Beijing Foreign Studies University

Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) is located in Beijing, Beijing Province, China. It is locally known as 北京外国语大学. The university was established in 1941. It is accredited by Ministry of Education of The People's Republic of China.

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University Name Beijing Foreign Studies University
Name in Local Language 北京外国语大学
Acronym BFSU
Year Established 1941


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Address 2 Xisanhuan Beilu, Beijing, Beijing Province, China
Phone +86 (10) 8881 6309
Fax +86 (10) 8881 3144
Website Beijing Foreign Studies University Website
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