NYU Shanghai is a joint venture between East China Normal University and New York University. Their liberal arts and sciences programs offer undergraduate degrees taught in English.
A large prestigious research university with campuses in Minhang and Putuo, East China Normal University has over 22 schools, colleges, and institutes.
Fudan is Shanghai's most prestigious university, with strong programs in the sciences, medicine, humanities, and research. It has four campuses across the city.
As one of Shanghai's top universities, Jiaotong has a huge campus in the west of downtown Shanghai. It's popular with foreigners for its Chinese language courses.
ECUST was originally founded as a university with strong chemical science programs. Since then it has gone on to offer degrees in a wide range of disciplines while still keeping its science ed roots.
ECUPL is a major university specializing in legal education. They also offer programs in business management, literature, science, and others.
Shanghai Normal University is one of the city's three major universities. It has two campuses and strong programs in the social sciences and humanities.
Originally established by the German government with the German Medical School, Tongji University has since become a major university with strong engineering, architecture, and business programs.