Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

The Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (GSCASS,simplified Chinese: 中国社会科学院研究生院; traditional Chinese: 中國社會科學院研究生院; pinyin: Zhōngguó Shèhuì Kēxuéyuàn Yánjiūshēngyuàn) is a public educational graduate school located in Beijing as one of the first two graduate schools (with Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences) of the People’s Republic of China.

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... signed the bill of The Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences into executive order ... The first humanity and social science graduate school of China was thence established. 21st, 1981- the 1st Commencement of the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences -held at the National Museum of Chinese History ...

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