Jiangning Campus, Hohai
University, Nanjing, China
No. 8, Focheng West Road, Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, China
Situated in the old capital city Nanjing, Hohai University was founded as Hohai Civil Engineering School in 1915. Hohai University is a state key university under the direct administration of the Ministry of Education of China, and is on the State “211 Project”. It is a comprehensive university with research and study of water resources as its main focus, education of engineering subjects as its first priority, and coordinated development of a wide array of disciplines, ranking among China’s top universities in its teaching indexes and overall strength. Nowadays, HHU offers 71 undergraduate programs, 205 master programs, 66 PhD programs, and has 16 post-doctoral stations. The discipline of Hydraulic Engineering and Environmental Science and Engineering were selected by the State Government to be on the Double Firs-Class Program in 2017. Disciplines of Engineering, Environment/Ecology, Computer Science, Material Science, Earth Science, Agricultural Science, Chemistry and General Social Science rank top 1% on ESI, among which Engineering ranks top 1‰. The discipline of Hydraulic Engineering ranks No. 1 nationwide successively at the National Discipline Evaluation conducted by the Ministry of Education of China. Civil Engineering and Environmental Science & Engineering rank top 10 in China.
At present, the University has three campuses, namely the Xikang Road Campus, Jiangning Campus in Nanjing and Jintan Campus in Changzhou, with the total building area of 1641,333 square metres. The University has more than 3500 faculty members, serving approximately 55,000 students, including about 20,000 undergraduate students, 11,000 master students and 3500 PhD students, and 1100 international students. Hohai University has 21 colleges and departments in total, covering engineering, sciences, economics, management, arts and law.