About JXNU

About JXNU

Jiangxi Normal University (JXNU), situated in Nanchang, capital city of Jiangxi Province, is co-sponsored by the Ministry of Education and the Jiangxi Provincial Government. It is listed in the Midwest University Fundamental Capacity Building Project. JXNU offers degrees in Literature, History, Philosophy, Economics, Management Science, Law, Natural Science, Engineering, Education, and Art. The University is quite influential in the political, economic, cultural and social development of Jiangxi Province. It designated as a key local (teacher-training oriented) university enjoying priority in development.

There are 22 colleges under the university, in addition to an independent college (College of Science and Technology). JXNU consists of two campuses, i.e., Yaohu Lake Campus and Qingshan Lake Campus, with a total area of 233 hectares. The university library possesses 3.04 million volumes of hardcopy literature and 3 million volumes of e-books.

The University possesses 5 Postdoctoral Workstations, and offers 9 doctoral degree programs of first-level disciplines, 63 doctoral degrees programs of second-level disciplines, 30 master’s-degree programs of first-level disciplines, 16 professional master’s-degree programs and 87 bachelor’s-degree programs. Its disciplines of chemistry, is rated among the world's 1% disciplines by ESI.

JXNU has over 2,600 faculty and administrative staff members on its payroll, including over 1,700 full-time teachers, over 700 doctoral degree holders. 22.16% of the faculty members are35 years old or less; 53.73% attain senior academic rank; 84.67% hold Master’s or higher degrees.

Nearly 30,000 full time bachelor program students, over 5,000 master and doctoral program students, 10,000 continuing education students and 400 international students are studying in the university.

For more information, please visit the website: www.jxnu.edu.cn


As China's economy and exchanges with the world have seen rapid growth, there has also been a sharp increase in the world's demands for Chinese learning. Benefiting from the UK, France, Germany and Spain's experience in promoting their national languages, China began its own exploration through establishing non-profit public institutions which aim to promote Chinese language and culture in foreign countries in 2004: these were given the name the Confucius Institute.


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