Inner Mongolia University is located north of the Great Wall in Hohhot, known as “prairie pearl,” capital city of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. IMU was the earliest established comprehensive university in the national minority area in 1957 just after “new China” had been founded. In 1997 IMU was established as a National Top University and listed in China’s “211 Project” with priority as one of China’s Top 100 Universities. In 2004 the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region’s Peoples Government and the National Ministry of Education joined together in cooperation to further improve IMU. That same year the Ministry of Education awarded IMU’s undergraduate course teaching work as outstanding among colleges and universities. IMU has undergone more than 50 years of development and has formed disciplines including philosophy, economics, law, literature, history, Neo-Confucianism, technology, agronomy, management and art theory. These nine classes of disciplines are offered as Undergraduate, Master’s, and Doctoral programs. IMU has both a bright national reputation and a local character with both domestic and foreign influence. Currently, IMU has 6 post-doctorate mobile research centers, 10 authorized doctorate disciplines, 40 authorized Master’s degree disciplines, 78 Undergraduate course majors. Inner Mongolia University has already established Intercollegiate Exchange Programs in more than 20 countries.