South-Central University for Nationalities
South-Centra Min Zu University is a comprehensive university directly under the State Ethnic Affairs Commission. Located on the shore of the South Lake in Wuhan, home to the “White Clouds and Yellow Cranes”, it is also an institution of higher learning jointly built by the State Ethnics Affairs Commission, the Ministry of Education, provincial government in Hubei and municipal government in Wuhan city. Founded in 1951, SCUN is one of the earliest universities for nationalities established since the founding of the People’s Republic of China. Since its establishment, SCUN has been unwavering in following the socialist path of education and implementing the Party’s policies on education and ethnic affairs. It has achieved rapid and overall development by focusing on forging a sense of the Chinese national community and taking morality and virtue education as the cornerstone.
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