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Nanjing Audit University

Nanjing Audit University
南京审计学院
Motto 诚信求是,笃学致公
Established 1983
Type Public
Chancellor Yan Weilong (晏维龙)
Students 15237 total
Location Pukou, Nanjing,  People's Republic of China
Campus Urban & Suburban
Website www.nau.edu.cn (Chinese)
english.nau.edu.cn (English)

Nanjing Audit University (NAU, Chinese: 南京审计学院) is an accounting-focused university.

The university was founded in 1983 and has emphasis on Economics and Management, with Law, Language and Literature, Science and Engineering. It is under the auspices of the Jiangsu Provincial Government, the National Audit Office of China and the People's Bank of China.

There are more than 15,000 students on three campuses: Mochou Campus, in the Jianye District of Nanjing, named after nearby Mochou Lake, Pukou Campus on the southern slope of Laoshan Mountain, a national forest and park, and Xianlin Campus.

History

  • August 1983. Nanjing School of Finance and Trade was established under the approval of Jiangsu Provincial Government. Under the supervision of Nanjing Municipal Government, the school was a vocational one, offering 2 to 3 years of certificate training.
  • May 1987. Nanjing School of Finance and Trade was transferred to be jointly administered by Chinese National Audit Office(CNAO), Nanjing Municipal Government and Jiangsu Education Committee. In the same year, it was renamed as Nanjing Audit Institute.
  • December 1990. Nanjing Audit Institute was under the direct leadership of CNAO and jointly administration of CNAO, Jiangsu Provincial Government and Nanjing Municipal Government with CNAO the major supervisor. The Institute is still of technical academy level and enrolls students from all over China.
  • February 1993. Nanjing Audit Institute was enhanced to a university.
  • June 1997. Under the approval of Jiangsu Degree Committee, Nanjing Audit Institute was licensed to award BA degree.
  • February 2000. Nanjing Audit Institute was transferred to be under the direct leadership of Jiangsu Education Committee.
  • April 2002. Under the approval of Jiangsu Provincial Government, Nanjing College of Finance was merged into Nanjing Audit Institute, thus the new Nanjing Audit University was born.
  • August 2011.the Ministry of Education,the Ministry of Finance,the National Audit Office and the People's Government of Jiangsu Province construct Nanjing Audit University together.

Schools and departments

NAU has many areas of specialisation:

NAU was also one of the first educations institutions to offer courses in e-commerce.

Since 1998 it has an affiliation and cooperation with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) to promote international CPAs.

See also

External links

  • Nanjing Audit University webpage

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