Honghe University in Mengzi City

Brief Introduction 

Honghe University (HU) was established in 1978 and became a diverse, multi-cultural community of about 15,000 students and nearly 1,000 staff and faculty members, with a spacious campus of 200 acres. Over 700 academic staff teach courses in 63 undergraduate majors spread across thirteen Colleges — Humanities, Politics & International Relations, Science, Life Science & Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Business, Teachers Education, Foreign Languages, Music, Arts, Physical Education, and the International College. 

HU makes full use of its own geographical advantages, focusing on promoting the characteristics development strategy of “Internationalization of Education” and carries out a series of international education programs actively such as international student education, Chinese international promotion / Overseas Chinese education, overseas campus, educational joint program, cooperation of scientific research, academic exchanges, international conferences, cultural exchanges etc. HU has established the Confucius Institute with University of Colombo in Sri Lanka and also established cooperation partnership with 12 countries and more than 80 foreign universities、primary and secondary schools and educational institutions.

HU is committed to creating a university culture of multiculturalism with warmth and support to make it more than an educational institute, but an exceptionally welcoming community for a broad diversity of students and faculty. We invite you to join us at HU to explore this exciting life experience with all of us.


Located in Mengzi, the capital city of Honghe Prefecture of Yunnan Province, a central city of southern Yunnan Province, about 150 km north of the Vietnamese border. With a long history of 2100 years and a population of about 360,000, Mengzi is the capital of Honghe Prefecture. The land around Mengzi is an agricultural plateau surrounded by mountains. Mengzi offers a setting that has the peace and serenity of a rural farm town and yet enough of the urban conveniences, where people can go out to wander the hills and contemplate the beauty of the mountains, or go into town and sip a cup of coffee.