• About SIGS
    Launched in March of 2019, Tsinghua SIGS is a research and graduate education institution of Tsinghua University located in southern China. Building upon Tsinghua’s academic legacy and Shenzhen’s innovative resources, our students and faculty are dedicated to tackling global challenges through cutting-edge research and collaboration.

  • 4085+
    Graduate Students
  • 170
    Full-time Faculty
  • 50+
    Campus Area (Hectares)
International. Borderless. Entrepreneurial.
  • By diversifying faculty and student bodies, engaging in high-level collaboration with overseas partners, and internationalizing campus resources, Tsinghua SIGS will cultivate students global competencies and nurture them as future global leaders.
  • By transcending boundaries between academic disciplines, industry and the surrounding community, Tsinghua SIGS will openly share resources and expertise to develop interdisciplinary solutions for global challenges beyond its physical location.
  • By exploring innovative forms of pedagogy and restructuring its academic governance and administrative systems, Tsinghua SIGS will reshape graduate education that meets rapidly changing industry needs.
  • Development Targets
  • 2020
    Leverage international resources, as well as technological and industrial advantages of Shenzhen and the Greater Bay area, explore new academic governance and administrative systems, and establish an innovation ecosystem driven by talents.
  • 2025
    Expand our core faculty team to 250 members, with 1/5 from outside of mainland China, and reach 5000 students with 10% international students.
  • 2030
    Establish a faculty team for our 7 theme areas, reach 8000 graduate students, build global partnerships, and continue to promote innovation in higher education to serve the sustainable development of Shenzhen, the Greater Bay Area, China and the world.
  • Theme Areas
    Tsinghua SIGS has set up seven theme areas that overcome traditional borders between academic disciplines and promote interdisciplinary research and learning. They include Materials Science, Data Science & Information Technology, Biopharmaceutical & Health Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Future Human Habitats, Environment & Ecology and Innovation Management.