School of Humanities

School of Humanities was founded in 2005. The school has 146 teachers. It has three major disciplines: Chinese, English and Japanese. This school aims to cultivate applied translating talents. The school has established a simultaneous interpreting laboratory and has already done a lot of work in training simultaneous translators. Fruitful results have already gained in this area. The collaborated translation by a group of students of a Canadian novel Buying on Time has been published. Students who major in translation and in interpreting earn great reputation in the province. They are quite honored in the job market. School of Humanities also puts high emphasis on academic research. It has established two research institutes: Translation Research Institute and Institute of Language and Literature.