Zhejiang International Studies University

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Zhejiang International Studies University
Motto 明德弘毅,博雅通达
Motto in English
striving for moral integrity and academic excellence
Type Public
President Hong Gang(洪岗)
Location Hangzhou, Zhejiang,  People's Republic of China
Campus urban & suburban
Website Zhejiang International Studies University (in English)

Zhejiang International Studies University (Chinese: 浙江外国语学院; pinyin: Zhèjiāng Wàiguóyǔ Xuéyuàn)is located in the city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. Zhejiang International Studies University (ZISU), situated near the West Lake, is run by Zhejiang Provincial Government. [1]

Brief history[edit]

The main root of this university was founded in 1987 known as the Quishi Academy then it became formerly known as Zhejiang Education Institute, which was founded in 1955 and started enrolling full-time undergraduates in 1994, ZISU got its present name in 2010 with the authorization of the State Ministry of Education.[1]

Fast Facts[edit]

  • City- Zhejiang—Hangzhou
  • Degree Programs- 32
  • Number of Students-5162
  • International Students- 18

School Campus[edit]

In Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province:

  • Urban
    • Wensan Campus, the headquarters
  • Suburban
    • Xiaoheshan Campus

Colleges and Departments[edit]

  • English Language and Culture
  • European and Asian Languages and Culture
  • Chinese Language and Culture
  • International Business Administration
  • Educational Science
  • Science and Technology
  • Arts
  • Applied Foreign Languages
  • International Education
  • Adult Education and Lifelong Learning
  • The Department of Social Sciences
  • The Department of Physical Education



The full-time teachers total 333, including 69 professors and 110 associate professors, 81 of whom hold a Ph. D. Among them, one is the National Outstanding Teacher, seven the Provincial Outstanding Teachers, 21 the Provincial Outstanding Talents, and 11 the Provincial Young Academic Leaders. Moreover, ZISU currently employs 9 foreign experts and teachers.[1]

International Exchange[edit]



  1. ^ a b c d "Introducing ZISU". ZISU.edu. Archived from the original on March 13, 2014. Retrieved 28 March 2014. 
  2. ^ Introduction of ZISU Archived March 13, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.

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