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North China University of
Water Resources and
Electric Power
华北水利水电大学
TypePublic
Established1951; 73 years ago (1951)
Location, ,
34°46′53″N 113°47′40″E / 34.7813°N 113.7945°E / 34.7813; 113.7945
Websitencwu.edu.cn
ncwu.edu.cn/ncwuenglish

The North China University of Water Resources and Electric Power (NCWU; 华北水利水电大学) is a provincial public university in Zhengzhou, Henan, China. The university is affiliated with the Province of Henan, and co-sponsored by the provincial government and the Ministry of Water Resources.[1]

History

NCWU was founded in 1951 in Beijing as the Water Conservancy School of the Ministry of Water Resources of the Central People's Government. In 1954, it was renamed the Beijing Water Conservancy School of the Ministry of Water Resources. In 1958, the Beijing Hydropower School and the Beijing Hydropower Correspondence College were merged to form the Beijing Water Conservancy and Hydropower College. In 1969, the university moved to Yuecheng Reservoir, Cixian County, Hebei Province. In 1971, the university was renamed Hebei Water Conservancy and Hydropower College. In 1977, the university was relocated to Bengbu, Hebei, and in 1978 was renamed as the North China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower. In 1990, the university was moved for a third time to its current location in Zhengzhou, Henan. In 2000, the whole system was transferred to Henan Province by the Ministry of Water Resources. In 2009, the Ministry of Water Resources and the Henan Provincial Government signed a strategic agreement to jointly build the North China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower. In 2013, it was renamed the North China University of Water Resources and Hydropower.[2]

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ "学校简介-欢迎访问华北水利水电大学". North China University of Water Resources and Electric Power. Retrieved May 22, 2022.
  2. ^ North China University of Water Resources and Electric Power - School Profile, retrieved August 26, 2018
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