Changzheng College

Changzheng College is a junior college located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, the PRC, which provides formal junior college education. The school was co-sponsored by Zhejiang Committee of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang (中國國民黨革命委員會浙江委員會) and JH Holdings Group. Changzheng College currently has nine departments and offers approximately 33 majors across seven key subject categories.

Changzheng College’s educational philosophy is “to maintain teaching quality, to improve management system” (質量立校,制度治校,特色興校,人才強校).” Its educational goal is to build a high level private higher institution.

As of December 31, 2018, Changzheng College had eight on-campus training bases, including, among others, training bases for financial accounting, cross-border e-commerce, service administration, applied linguistics, network information, robot applications and project management, and had approximately 115 on-campus practical training rooms. The school’s e-commerce vocational education training base has been supported financially by the PRC central government, whereas the financial accounting training base has been identified by the provincial government of Zhejiang as a model training base.

As of December 31, 2018, Changzheng College had entered into a collaboration agreement with Hangzhou International Chamber of Commerce and had co-established external practical training bases with numerous enterprises and institutions. As of the same date, the school had more than 500 on-campus and external practical training bases. In addition, Changzheng College cooperated closely with numerous enterprises to formulate and design over 160 applied technical courses to enhance students’ practical training.

Historically, Changzheng College has achieved high initial employment rates for graduates. For the 2015/2016, 2016/2017, 2017/2018 school years, Changzheng College had 3,776, 3,612 and 3,846 graduates, respectively, and the initial employment rates were 98.0%, 98.0% and 98.1%, respectively. Comparatively, the average initial employment rates in Zhejiang province for the same school years were 97.1%, 97.5% and 97.7%, respectively.