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The main gate of Guizhou University. [Photo/gzu.edu.cn]
Guizhou University (GZU) was founded in 1902 and built by the Ministry of Education of China and the People's Government of Guizhou Province.
GZU is a comprehensive university which holds the special "211 Project" university designation; in 2012, it was listed as one of the 14 member universities of the Middle and Western China Comprehensive Strength Improvement Project.
The university's College of International Education (CIE) is an educational organ which focuses on recruiting and managing international students and teaching Chinese to foreigners.
In August 2013, CIE officially became an independent college. Over the course of five years, a unique and well-managed educational model for international students has been formed, and headway has been made in the various international student programs.
The library at Guizhou University. [Photo/gzu.edu.cn]
CIE offers Chinese language and cultural courses to international students at beginner, basic, intermediate and advanced levels. Additionally, the college organizes regular extracurricular activities to immerse international students in Chinese culture and Guizhou ethnic minority cultures.
GZU places importance on developing international cooperation and exchange. So far, the university has established cooperative relations with more than 150 academic institutions in over 40 countries and regions. Enrollment of international students, coming from over 30 countries and regions, has reached 920.
Learn more about GZU and CIE at http://www.gzu.edu.cn/en/.
Address: Huaxi district of Guiyang, capital city of Guizhou province