Dongbei University of Finance & Economics (DUFE, Chinese: ??????; pinyin: D?ngb?i Cáij?ng Dàxué) is a public university in Dalian, Liaoning province, China. Home to over 20,000 students, it is one of oldest and largest modern universities in Dalian. Today DUFE is one of the top schools in the field in China, with its graduates occupying high-level positions in government and industries, especially in banking and finance sectors. DUFE serves as a multidisciplinary, teaching-and-research-oriented university focused on economics, management, law, arts, and science. It offers full-time as well as part-time education programs; for full-time programs, DUFE is now offering three first-level mobile stations for post-doctoral research—applied economics, theoretical economics and business administration; 42 PhD programs, 72 master’s degree programs, including MBA, MPA, MPAcc, J.M., etc. and 31 undergraduate programs. In all the disciplines, there are two key state-sponsored disciplines—industrial economics and public finance (including taxation); one key state-supported disciplines—quantitative economics; and three state-level majors with their own characteristic—accounting, finance and business administration.