Zhengzhou University (ZZU in short) is admitted into Project 211, the Midwest Universities Comprehensive Strength Promotion Project, and the Joint Constructive Project co-sponsored by the Ministry of Education and the People’s Government of Henan Province. Of the overall area of 5,700 mu, ZZU is composed of four campuses, i.e. the main campus (No.100 Kexue Road, Zhengzhou city), the south campus (No.75 Daxue North Road, Zhengzhou city), the north campus (No. 97 Wenhua Road, Zhengzhou city), and the east campus (Daxue North Road, Zhengzhou city). ZZU enrolls in China over 56,000 full-time undergraduates and 15,000 full-time postgraduates, as well as in 60 oversea countries and regions more than 1,600 international students.
ZZU has developed into a comprehensive university in 15 years on base of merging the three separate universities. ZZU ensures the balanced development 12 fields of study: science, engineering, medicine, literature, history, philosophy, law, economics, management science, pedagogy, agriculture and arts. Especially ZZU comprises 6 national key disciplines (including the breeding ones): condensed matter physics, materials processing engineering, history of ancient China, organic chemistry, chemical technology, pathology and pathophysiology. 4 disciplines (or fields) have ranked top 1% in ESI all the global, i.e. chemistry, clinical medicine, materials science and engineering. 21 first-level disciplines are authorized to confer doctoral degrees, 3 independent second-level disciplines to confer doctoral degrees, 55 first-level disciplines to confer master degrees. 1 program is offered for professional doctoral degrees, 21 programs for professional masters’ degrees, as well as 23 post-doctoral exchange centers.
Address: No.100 of Science Road, Zhengzhou, Henan, China