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Peking University School of Transnational Law

Peking University School of Transnational Law

Peking University School of Transnational Law

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STL is located in the Southern city of Shenzhen. A fast-growing metropolis of 12 million people, Shenzhen has been on a steady rise since it was established as China's first Special Economic Zone in 1979. Now, Shenzhen is not only a major hub of China's most populous province, Guangdong but also a market leader within all of China and a unique area where the world's great legal systems merge and influence transborder conduct. The city is a lodestar for biotechnology, logistics, and new energy industries, and top companies such as Huawei and Tencent are based here. On the world stage, Shenzhen has made its mark as well; in 2008, it was named UNESCO City of Design, and in 2011, it hosted the 26th Summer Universiade.

Geographically and economically, Shenzhen is also closely integrated with Hong Kong, with which it shares a border. Extensive public transportation options link the two cities from downtown, one may visit Hong Kong via bus, metro, and ferry. With a combined GDP of more than $650 billion, the Shenzhen-Hong Kong region is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world.

With its unique geographical location, innovative spirit and cutting-edge prospect, Shenzhen has gradually become an advanced city connecting with the world.


    Peking University

    Peking University (“PKU”) is the oldest university in China and one of the most distinguished and prestigious research universities in the world. QS World University Rankings and the Times of Higher Education have both ranked PKU the 23rd most academically renowned university for 2021.


    • Shenzhen

      Peking University School of Transnational Law, Room 410, 2199 Lishui Road, Peking University, University Town Xili, Nanshan District , 518055, Shenzhen