List of universities and colleges in Tianjin

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The following is List of Universities and Colleges in Tianjin.

Note: Institutions without full-time bachelor programs are not listed. And all lists are by English alphabet.

NameChinese nameType
Nankai University 南开大学National (Direct)
Tianjin University 天津大学National (Direct)
Tianjin University of Science and Technology 天津科技大学Municipal
Tianjin Polytechnic University 天津工业大学Municipal
Civil Aviation University of China 中国民航大学National (other)
Tianjin University of Technology 天津理工大学Municipal
Tianjin Agricultural University 天津农学院Municipal
Tianjin Medical University 天津医科大学Municipal
Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine 天津中医药大学Municipal
Tianjin Normal University 天津师范大学Municipal
Tianjin University of Technology and Education 天津职业技术师范大学Municipal
Tianjin Foreign Studies University 天津外国语大学Municipal
Tianjin University of Commerce 天津商业大学Municipal
Tianjin University of Finance and Economics 天津财经大学Municipal
Tianjin University of Sport 天津体育学院Municipal
Tianjin Conservatory of Music 天津音乐学院Municipal
Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts 天津美术学院Municipal
Tianjin Chengjian University 天津城建大学Municipal
Tianshi College 天津天狮学院Private
Tianjin Sino-German University of Applied Sciences 天津中德应用技术大学Private
Binhai School of Foreign Affairs, Tianjin Foreign Studies University 天津外国语大学滨海外事学院Private
Art and Culture College, Tianjin University of Sport 天津体育学院运动与文化艺术学院Private
Boustead College, Tianjin University of Commerce 天津商业大学宝德学院Private
Clinical Medical College, Tianjin Medical University 天津医科大学临床医学院Private
Binhai College, Nankai University 南开大学滨海学院Private
Jingu College, Tianjin Normal University 天津师范大学津沽学院Private
Zhonghuan Information College, Tianjin University of Technology 天津理工大学中环信息学院Private
Tianjin College, University of Science and Technology Beijing 北京科技大学天津学院Private
Renai College, Tianjin University 天津大学仁爱学院Private
Pearl River College, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics 天津财经大学珠江学院Private

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