🏫 About Changzhou University (CZU)
Changzhou University (CZU) is situated in the historical and cultural city of Changzhou, Jiangsu Province, the south of Yangtze River, famous for its rich resources and outstanding talents. It was founded in 1978 and originally named Wuxi Branch Institute. In 2010, the University was officially approved and elevated by Ministry of Education to be Changzhou University. Through 32 years of construction and development, the university has developed into an institution of higher learning with the emphasis on engineering, combined with science and integrated with arts, with the distinguishing feature of cooperation in terms of “production sectors, schools and research sectors”, as well as the harmonious development of multidiscipline.
During the last five years, the university undertook or accomplished 25 national and 196 provincial projects with the funds for scientific research amounting to 230 million yuan (46 million per year). More than 90 projects have been identified as provincial and ministerial researches and 37 of them won scientific and technological awards, including second place prize of the National Scientific and Technological Progress Award, second place prize of State Technological Invention, and 35 provincial and ministerial scientific research awards, including 6 first prizes.
The university actively promotes the strategy of international talents training by adhering to an open school policy, as well as attaching great importance to international exchanges and cooperation with the emphasis on Sino-foreign cooperation, academic exchanges, and research cooperation. Currently, the university has already carried out international cooperative educations with St. Francis Xavier University, Canada and the National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland.