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Study in Jinhua Polytechnic
Jinhua Polytechnic
Level: Ordinary
Type: Comprehensive
Attribute: Public
Location: Urban

  • A good university for Chinese learning.
  • The school is situated in Jinhua City, the center of Zhejiang province.
  • The city is quiet and not many foreigners; you will improve your Chinese quickly.
  • The dormitory building and room are new and clean, also cheap.
  • The university will in charge of the international students' affairs.
  • The sports facilities are at world-class level.
  • The university will organize some free events and trips to attractions during your study.

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Study in Zhejiang Normal University
Zhejiang Normal University
Level: Ordinary
Type: Normal
Attribute: Public
Location: Urban

  • Founded in 1956, ZJNU is one of the few key comprehensive universities in Zhejiang Province.
  • Located in one of the four metropolitan areas in Zhejiang Province--Jinhua-Yiwu Metropolitan areas.
  • Convenient transportation: only 30 minutes’ drive to Yiwu Airport; 40 minutes to Hangzhou and 100 minutes to Shanghai by the High-Speed Rail.
  • Top-ranking Program: Physics and Engineering are the three top 1% disciplines in the world according to the ESI (Essential Science Index) global ranking.
  • ZJNU has developed cooporative relations with 140 foreign universities and institutes in more than 40 countries and regions.
  • Its green and beautiful campus furnishes an ideal place for living, study and work.

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About Jinhua

Jinhua (help·info), is a prefecture-level city in central Zhejiang province in eastern China. It borders the provincial capital of Hangzhou to the northwest, Quzhou to the southwest, Lishui to the south, Taizhou to the east, and Shaoxing to the northeast. Its population was 5,361,572 at the 2010 census including 1,077,245 in the built-up area made of two urban districts even though Lanxi City is also being conurbated soon. One can notice that the cities of Dongyang and Yiwu are now in the same agglomeration, a built-up area of 2,038,413 inhabitants bigger than the one of Jinhua itself. Jinhua is rich in red soil and forest resources. The Jinhua or Wu River flows through the Lan and Fuchun to the Qiantang River beside Hangzhou, which flows into Hangzhou Bay and the East China Sea. In mediaeval China, it formed part of the water network feeding supplies to the southern end of the Grand Canal. It is best known for its dry-cured Jinhua ham.
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