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Why Study in Zhenjiang

Zhenjiang Facts

Zhenjiang  is a prefecture-level city in the southwest of Jiangsu province in the eastern People's Republic of China (PRC). Sitting on the southern bank of the Yangtze River, it borders the provincial capital of Nanjing to the west, Changzhou to the east, and Yangzhou across the river to the north.

Zhenjiang serves as an important transportation hub in the Yangtze River Delta. Zhenjiang Port, one of the 5 major ports in Jiangsu (the other four are Nanjing Port, Suzhou Port, Nantong Port and Lianyungang Port), is an important transfer port for goods from the upper and middle parts of the Yangtze River. It is 90 km away from Nanjing Lukou Airport and 60 km from Changzhou Luosuye Airport. 


Zhenjiang Economy

Jiangsu Zhenjiang Export Processing Zone (EPZ) was founded on March , 2003 with the approval of the State Council. It is located in the eastern suburb of Zhenjiang, 28 km away from the downtown, 1.5 km away from Dagang Foreign Trade Port District and 15 km away from the entrance of Shanghai-Nanjing Expressway, Closely linked to the Customs Supervision Station and Zhenjiang-Dagang railway. The total plan area of the zone is 2.98km2. 


International Standard Education

Zhenjiang is a  famous historical and cultural city enjoying beautiful landscape at the south bank of Changjiang River. 

More and more Chinese and foreign people came here to visit, travel and work. It also attracts many foreign students to study in zhenjiang.

If you are looking to study Engineering, Business and Medicine, Zhenjiang  is a good option for you. 

Tourists Attractions in Zhenjiang

Ancient Zhenjiang has been embraced by green hills and clear waters for thousands of years while located at the junction of the torrential Yangtze River and the old Grand Canal. Nature has endowed her with abundant charming sceneries, and history has left her numerous cultural relics as well as a heavy cultural connotation.

Welcome to Zhenjiang!