Zhejiang Wanli University is situated in Ningbo, one of China’s oldest cities. It covers a total area of 95 hectares and consists of Qianhu Campus, Huilong Campus and Zhashan Base.
ZWU has most beautiful human-orientated campuses, green and well-equipped, widely
recognized by people in educational circles. ZWU provides 36 4-year undergraduate
programs, which comprise disciplines as wide as economics, law, literature, science, engineering, agriculture and management. At present, there are more than 20,000 full-time students at ZWU, with a staff of more than 1,200. Every year, there are over 200 international students coming to study in ZWU. The University has a library with a collection of more than 1,600,000 books, among which 3,000 are current journals in both Chinese and foreign languages.
Peoples Republic of China is the most populous country in the world with a population of over 1.3 billion and the second largest country by land area covering approximately 9,6 million kilometers. It exercises jurisdiction over twenty two provinces, 5 autonomous regions, 4 direct-controlled municipalities and 2 mostly self-governing special administrative regions (Hong
Kong and Macau). It is situated in the eastern Asia. China is also one of the world fastest growing major economies. As of 2013 it is the world’s second largest economy by both nominal total GDP and purchasing power parity. As a world and especially regional power, People’s Republic of China has been characterized as a potential superpower by numerous commentators.
Ningbo is a seaport city in the northeast of Zhejiang province, People’s Republic of China. Holding subprovincial administrative status and separate stateplanning status, as of the 2010 census, the municipality has a population of 7.6 million — with 3.5 residing within the 6-district urban area proper. The city lies south of the Hangzhou Bay; faces the East China Sea to the east; borders Shaoxing to the west; borders Taizhou to the south; and is separated
from Zhoushan by a narrow body of water. Ningbo is one of China’s oldest cities, with a history dating to the Hemudu culture in 4800 BC. Ningbo was known as a trade city on the Silk Road at least two thousand years ago, and then as a major port, along with Yangzhou and Guangzhou in the Tang Dynasty; thereafter, the major ports for foreign trade in the Song Dynasty.
ZWU has a well-equipped gym with a variety of first-class fitness appliances for students to keep fit. Also, students can enjoy free access to tennis courts, basketball courts and table-tennis tables. Ningbo has plenty to offer its students, with opportunities to visits historical and scenic spots, traditional markets and local events. A city of bright lights, Ningbo has a lively scene of bars and clubs. Popular amongst both Chinese and International students, is KTV (karaoke bar).
Student at Zhejiang Wanli University can choose to live on-campus or off-campus. If they decide to live on campus, they will be provided with a single room, TV, telephone, bathroom, hot water, air conditioner, washing machine, refrigerator, and a kitchen. Also, dining room, clinic, little supermarket and laundry are all available on the campus, which make your life easy.
As one of the oldest cities in China, Ningbo offers numerous historical sites to explore, in city limits and futher in mainland China. King Osaka Temple lies at the bottom of Taibai Mountain which is 16 km from the east of Ningbo. It is one of the five famous Buddhist mountains in china. The temple has a history of more than 1700 years. Tiantong National Forest Park, located in Taibai Mountains (25 km from Ningbo), covers an area of 334 hectares. The park is home to nearly 1,000 species of plants. Ningbo is just two hour drive from Shanghai, and an hour and a half flight away from South Korean capital – Seul.