About the university
Location: Fuzhou, China
Fujiang Normal University was founded in 1907. It is located in Fuzhou City, Fujian Province. The university got its current name in 1972, and before that it consisted of several separate schools. Currently, Fujiang Normal University unites 28 colleges that train specialists in more than 55 specialties (including literature, history, philosophy, physics, engineering, economics, law, business management, agriculture, and more). The university employs more than 1200 teaching staff.
Also, the university operates a center for training teachers of primary and secondary schools.
In 1988, the International College of the Chinese Language was established at the university. The tasks of the college include admitting foreign students to study programs of higher and additional education.
Fujiang Pedagogical University pays great attention to research activities. The university has 4 national research centers, 8 key research laboratories sponsored by the local government, and several laboratories and research centers sponsored from the local budget.
The university itself consists of two campuses – Qishan and Cangshan. Both campuses cover an area of 230 hectares. Currently, more than 20,000 students from China and more than 20 countries of the world study on the territory of the complex. The university library consists of 2.86 million books. The equipment of the university is really at its best – more than 7000 computers, more than 100 special multimedia classrooms and 30 language laboratories. Fujiang Normal University is developing partnerships with universities in more than 30 countries around the world, including the US, UK, Australia and Japan.
Official site: fjnu.edu.cn