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About NVWU

NCWU origins from the Water Resources College of the Ministry Water Resources of Central People’s Government, which was established in Beijing, 1951, and changed its name as Beijing Water Resources College of the Ministry of Water Resources in 1954.Then Beijing Hydroelectric Power School with Beijing College of Water Resources and Electric Power Correspondence were incorporated in 1958, named after Beijing Water Resources and Electric Power College. In 1969, the college was relocated in Yuecheng Reservoir, Cixian County, Hebei Province and changed its name to Hebei College of Water Resources and Electric Power in 1971. The college was relocated in Handan, Hebei province in 1977, and had changed its name to North China College of Water Resources and Electric Power in 1978. The college was relocated to Zhengzhou City, Henan Province in 1990. The college was sponsored by the Ministry of Water Resources, and then transferred to Henan provincial government in 2000. In 2009, the Ministry of Water Resources and Henan provincial government had signed the strategy agreement of co-development of the North China College of Water Resources and Electric Power. In 2013, the school was renamed as North China University of Water Resources and Electric Power.

Water stands the very reason that NCWU has emerged, survived and then thrived, along with People’s Republic of China’s development of water resources and electric power. NCWU has relocated for three times, and has gone through an striving experience of transference from Beijing, Hebei to finally Henan province, NCWU keeps the spirit of unremitting persistence and has supported the regional socio-economic development for the society as well as devote dedication towards the water resources and electric power nationwide ever since. In the course of schooling experience, the university has grown a schooling concept and spirit, that is, “Foundation on student cultivation and adhesion to practical use”and “Attached to water resources and unremitting self-improvement”.