Chinese University Ranking (Chinese Academy of Management Science)

Chinese University Ranking (Chinese Academy Of Management Science)


The Chinese university ranking is a ranking of universities in Mainland China compiled by Wu Shulian, who claimed himself as a researcher at the Chinese Academy of Management Science.

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