Universities in Zhengzhou, China

China, one of the fastest-growing economies of the world, is also a major study abroad destination. Thousands of students migrate to China to pursue their higher studies and experience the unique Chinese culture every year. Located in Henan province of the country, the metropolitan city of Zhengzhou is a prominent political, economic, technological and educational centre of the country. Zhengzhou recently appeared among the world’s top 130 cities for its scientific research, ranked by the Nature Index. It is home to several prominent universities, including Zhengzhou University, Henan University, Henan Agricultural University, etc. 

What makes Zhengzhou a Center of Higher Education?

Located on the southern bank of the Yellow River, Zhengzhou is dotted with some of the oldest universities in the country. Its world-class education, innovative pedagogy techniques, student-friendly environment, and vibrant campus life make it a favourite among students. University education is funded by several government programs, making it an affordable destination. Further, Zhengzhou University is the highest-ranked university in central China. It is the largest university in China in terms of student enrollment at 73,000. The MBBS courses offered here are very popular among students from Europe, South Asia and Africa. 

Eligibility Criteria

Students seeking admission to the universities here can apply through the centralised admission portal called China’s University and College Admission System (CUCAS) or directly through the official websites of the selected universities. The general documents required at the time of admission include self-attested copies of the previous three-year academic transcripts, school certificates, a letter of recommendation from two different academic persons, a detailed statement of purpose and a comprehensive resume.

The international students wishing to study courses offered in English need to take language proficiency tests like TOEFL, IELTS, etc. Otherwise, for the Chinese courses, students have to appear for the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) exam based on which the applications are screened.                        

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