Tibet University (Tibetan: Poijong Lobcha Qênmo བོད་ལྗོངས་སློབ་གྲྭ་ཆེན་མོ་; Chinese: Xīzàng dàxué 西藏大学) is the largest university in Tibet, China. It has two campuses: one in Lhasa and one in Nyingchi. Nearly 20% of the students are in the Department of Tibetan Studies; the department draws international students as well. The precursor to Tibet University were informal classes established by Tibetan cadres in 1951. The university was officially established in 1985, funded by the Chinese government, and has since expanded from its origins as a teacher training school.
About 7500 students are enrolled at the university.