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Chongqing Normal University

Chongqing Normal University (CNU) (重庆师范大学) is a public university in Chongqing, China, founded in 1954.[1]

CNU has more than 1,800 staff members and 13,000 full-time domestic and international graduate and undergraduate students. In addition there are more than 20,000 adult education and self-teaching students.

Foreign Trade and Business College

In April 2008, the ChinaCast Education Company completed the acquisition of 80% of the holding company of the Foreign Trade and Business College of Chongqing Normal University.


  1. ^ "Chongqing Normal University". China University. CUCAS. Retrieved 21 August 2014. 

External links

  • CNU website (Chinese)
  • International website

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