You’ll spend of a lot of time on campus and we’ve made every effort to create an inspiring, stimulating environment that has everything you need, as well as looking great.

North Campus

Full of striking, architecturally impressive buildings, our North Campus provides state-of-the art teaching, laboratory, research and support facilities. This includes the award-winning and iconic Central Building, which houses our library.

The campus also has sports facilities, world class-fully equipped science and engineering laboratories, and design studios, as well as a variety of catering facilities, and many canteen-style fast-food options.

Landscaped gardens complement pieces of modern art to create a campus environment that has become one of the striking features of Suzhou Industrial Park.

XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang)

The XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang) is a key move in XJTLU’s strategic plan to deepen education exploration, maintain its competitive advantages and raise XJTLU to a higher level through its experiments on the Taicang campus. It will further realise XJTLU’s mission to influence the development of international higher education.

Learn more about our Taicang campus

South Campus

The first phase of our South Campus was opened to the public on 26 July 2016, as a major part of the University’s 10th anniversary celebrations.

Architecturally it contrasts our North Campus and features modern designs that complement the surrounding area. The South Campus meets the learning and teaching needs of approximately 6,000 XJTLU students as well as the University’s academic exchanges and research development plans. It consists of eight buildings and was developed over two phases:

Phase II: International Business School Suzhou at XJTLU

This phase sees the completion of a new building for International Business School Suzhou, opened in 2018.

Phase III: School of Film and Television Arts and XJTLU gym

Phase III consists of two buildings - the School of Film and Television Arts (SoFTA) and a gym. The development of SoFTA is a significant part of XJTLU’s academic development strategy. It mixes digital media arts and film and television production and technology with performance and acting. The Gym provides improved and diversified sports facilities for students and staff on campus.

The South Campus meets the learning and teaching needs of approximately 6,000 XJTLU students as well as the University’s academic exchanges and research development plans.