Guizhou Normal University was originally named as National Guiyang Teachers' College, founded in 1941. It was one of the eight national normal colleges in China at that time. In 1985, it was formally entitled Guizhou Normal University and honored as one of the provincial key universities in 1996. With a total area of 187 hectares, the 3 campuses of GZNU: Baoshan Campus, Baiyun Campus and Huaxi Campus are all located in Guiyang. GZNU comprises 24 schools, the School of Further Education and an Independent College (Qiushi College) covering 11 disciplines of philosophy, economics, law, education, literature, history, science, engineering, agriculture, management and arts, and has more than 43,000 full-time students. GZNU aims to expand its international cooperation with partners from all over the world and has made it a strategic priority in its development planning to go global. It has now established friendly partnerships with universities, colleges and institutions from the USA, Portugal, Russia, Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and so on. Long-term joint exchange programs for training students and teachers have been carried out with quite a few universities.
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