Study at Zhengzhou University, PSU's sister-university in Zhengzhou, Henan Province. One of the capitals of the ancient world, Zhengzhou today is a major market and transportation center of over 8 million people. The city is located near the Yellow River about 450 miles south of Beijing. On May 8, 1984, the presidents of Portland State University and Zhengzhou University entered into a cooperative agreement to promote scholarly activities. A principal provision of the agreement allows for the reciprocal exchange of faculty and students between the two universities.
Zhengzhou University is a comprehensive university composed of liberal arts, natural sciences, political sciences, economics, and law. The University offers 20 bachelors degree programs and eight masters degree programs. Its academic departments include Chemistry, Chinese Language and Literature, Computer Science, Economics, Electronics, Foreign Language and Literature, History, Journalism, Law, Library Education, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, and Political Science. Students attending Zhengzhou University, study Chinese intensively.
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||Fall (September - December)
Spring (March - June)
Academic Year (September - June)
|Areas of Study
- Asian Studies
- International Studies
||Students enroll in 24 - 36 quarter credits per semester
||Yes, Reporting Live supplemental capstone is available during Fall or Spring terms
|Language of Instruction
|Host Country Language
|Class Standing Eligibility
|Minimum GPA Requirements
Must be in Satisfactory Academic Standing.
||Two years of college-level Chinese required
||RMB 7500 Yuan per semester
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All applications include a $50 non-refundable fee due on the application deadline. Students who do not intend to complete a program application are required to withdraw before the deadline, otherwise, the $50 application fee will
be assessed to the students' account.