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Zhengzhou University

Zhengzhou University
Established 1956
Type Public
President Liu Jiongtian (刘炯天)
Administrative staff
Students 46,000
Location Zhengzhou, Henan, People's Republic of China
Campus Urban
Affiliations 211 project

Zhengzhou University (simplified Chinese: 郑州大学; traditional Chinese: 鄭州大學; pinyin: Zhèngzhōu Dàxué), colloquially known in Chinese as Zhèngdà (郑大) is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan, People's Republic of China.

The Campus size is the 10th largest in China at 4,328,688 square meters.[1]


  • History 1
  • Notable alumni 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Zhengzhou University was established in 1956. It is the first university established by the PRC in Henan province. Shandong University helped them greatly. In 1992, Huanghe University (Yellow River University) was merged into Zhengzhou University. On July 10, 2000, Zhengzhou University of Technology and Henan Medical University were merged into Zhengzhou University.

The University is the only one of the national 211 project key universities in Henan. The university now has two PRC national key discipline, Material processing project and Condensed matter physics. Chinese ancient history and organic chemistry are two other developing national key disciplines at the university.

SIE is dedicated to conducting through various forms education cooperation and exchanges with famous universities abroad, introducing the advanced teaching contents, teaching method, curriculum system and instructive administration mode from foreign universities and striving to realize as early as possible internationalization in terms of the selection of teaching materials, curriculum system, teaching management mode, and teaching language.

Nowadays more and more overseas students come to China to study Chinese, The Centre for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language of SIE provides good learning conditions for overseas students to engage in advanced studies.

The Centre for Teaching Chinese Language as a foreign language aims to teach Chinese language and culture to overseas students or overseas Chinese. It includes Chinese courses for undergraduate overseas students, Chinese courses ranging from 6 months to 3 years for language students and various-level short-term intensified Chinese courses covering two weeks to three months.

Students will be categorized according to their Chinese level at the time of enrolment into 6-level classes ranked from zero level to elementary, medium, and advanced level, which is carried out in small classes of less than 20 students. For each semester, courses covering 320 hours within 16 weeks will be completed.

Students will receive all-round Chinese training in terms of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Furthermore, selective lessons with Chinese features, such as Chinese Culture, Martial Art, Shadow Boxing, Calligraphy, etc. are up to students to choose. By the end of the study, students who pass the required courses will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.

Zhengzhou university is the only university in china who has been conducting USMLE,PLAB,PMDC,MCI,AMC coaching classes with the co-operation of Global institute of medical sciences headed by Dr.G.Bhanu prakash to ensure the maximum success for our international medical students.

Notable alumni

See also


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External links

  • Official website of Zhengzhou University (Chinese)
  • A Brief Introduction to Zhengzhou University (English)
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