Top 100 University
Zhejiang Normal University(ZJNU), founded in 1956, is one of the five key universities in Zhejiang Province, and one of the top 100 universities in China. According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023, ZJNU ranks NO.1 among Zhejiang provincial universities, ranks between 25-34 in China, ranks 89 in Asia, and ranks between 501-600 in the world. According to the US News University Rankings 2023, ZJNU ranks NO.1 among Zhejiang provincial universities, ranks 67 in China, and ranks 649 in the world.Mathematics,Chemistry, Engineering, Materialogy，Computer Science and Environment/Ecology are the six top 1% disciplines in the world according to the ESI(Essential Science Index) global ranking.
International Economy and Trade
International economy and trade is an important part of international economics, is open under the condition of microeconomics, mainly studies the exchange of goods and services between countries in the world, a study of the causes of international Commodity Exchange, as a result, as well as relevant policies.International trade theory research scope including the international flow of factors of production and technology international transfer of knowledge.Factors of production and technical knowledge on the one hand, as a special commodity has its own international market, on the other hand, as inputs to play an important role in the production of goods and services.
The University makes strenuous efforts to open up to the outside world. In recent years, cooperation of academic exchange has been set up between the university and over 280 overseas universities and institutes in more than 60 countries and regions.
In 1996, ZJNU set up a Center for Chinese Language and Culture in Cameroon. In 1997, the University was authorized to accept short-term and long-term international students. Approved by the Ministry of Education, ZJNU established a Base for Education Assistance and Development in 2004 to undertake human resources development projects for senior educational administrators from other continents. In addition, the University has been authorized to run a center for overseas studies to assist self-funded students to study in foreign countries. In 2007, the University was authorized to accept international students supported by the Chinese Government Scholarship, and established a Confucius Institute in Cameroon and Ukraine respectively.
The university enjoys very convenient transportation with 30 minutes’ drive to Yiwu Airport and 40 minutes to Hangzhou and 100 minutes to Shanghai by the High-Speed Rail.