Central China Normal University (CCNU) or Huazhong Normal University located in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province, is a comprehensive university directly under the administration of the Chinese Ministry of Education. The campus of over 2,000 Mu (330 acres) is on Guizi Hill, bordering South Lake.
It is one of the schools included in the Project 211, and is also funded by the Project 985. CCNU, along with East China Normal University and Beijing Normal University are the top three normal universities in mainland China. CCNU is ranked 3rd together with Fudan University and just after Peking University and Renmin University of China.
The predecessor of CCNU is the combination of Huachung University, Chunghua University and the Pedagogical College of Zhongyuan University, with Huachung University as the main part. Huachung University was the largest and most influential mission university in south central China, and it developed from Boone College which was founded in 1903. In 1951, the public Huazhong University came into being after the Pedagogical College of Zhongyuan University merged with Huachung University. Then it was reorganized into Huazhong Higher Normal College in 1952 and later renamed Central China Normal College in 1953. In 1985, the university was formally entitled Central China Normal University and Deng Xiaoping, one of the founders of Zhongyuan University, inscribed the new name of the university. In 1993, President Jiang Zemin wrote an inscription for the university “Developing normal education, improving the nation’s quality”.
Campus address: NO.152 Luoyu Road, Wuhan, Hubei, P.R.China 430079
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