C9 League
九校联盟 (Chinese)
Formation4 May 1998; 25 years ago (1998-05-04)
Founded atBeijing, China
Region
China
Membership
9 universities
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese九校联盟
Traditional Chinese九校聯盟

The C9 League (九校联盟) is an inter-university seminar composed of nine public universities in China. It was established on May 4, 1998 at the 100th anniversary of Peking University. It is sometimes referred to as the Chinese Ivy League.

Membership

The C9 league comprises nine public universities:[1]

All C9 League schools are part of the former Project 985, Project 211, Plan 111, as well as the current Double First-Class Construction.[2][3] In 2014, the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences started to participate in the C9 League meetings.[4]

Rankings

The following are the rankings of the C9 schools in the four major world university rankings that are recognized by governments in multiple countries and regions.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

University City QS

(2023)[12]

THE

(2024)[13]

ARWU

(2023)[14]

USNWR

(2023)[15]

Average
Founding members
Tsinghua University Beijing 14 12 22 23 18
Peking University Beijing 12 14 29 39 24
Zhejiang University Hangzhou =42 55 33 93 56
Shanghai Jiao Tong University Shanghai 46 43 46 89 56
Fudan University Shanghai =34 44 54 116 62
University of Science and Technology of China Hefei 94 57 63 102 79
Nanjing University Nanjing 133 73 94 123 106
Harbin Institute of Technology Harbin 217 168 101-150 196 177
Xi'an Jiaotong University Xi'an 302 251-300 101-150 219 231
Participant[4]
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing N/A N/A N/A 112 112

See also

References

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