The School of Central-Eastern European Languages, JISU, was established in 2008 as the first practice base for training language personnel. Thus the school serves to facilitate and boost the Belt and Road Initiative in Jilin Province. In the future, this school will set up more relevant language programs in the region, including Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Czech, Serbian, Hungarian and the like for both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The school is in pursuit of an international and quality-centered education philosophy. This is coupled with its overall development goal featured by a focus on application, versatility, and openness. Teaching and scientific research will be inextricably connected with national strategies and social demands in an aim to cultivate international and professional linguists.
The School has 346 undergraduates, nineteen MTI postgraduates majoring in Russian and three overseas students. It also has a class-A provincial course and an excellent provincial-level faculty team. Its Russian program is a characteristic major of the Twelfth Five-year Plan accredited by Jilin Province.