Zhejiang University of Science and Technology （ZUST） is located in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province. ZUST is a full-time regular public university, which focuses on engineering, with additional disciplines in science, arts, economics, management, and education. Combining the technical know-how of German Applied Science Universities with its own experience, ZUST explores ways of cultivating international specialists with applied skills. ZUST has 11 schools and offers 50 undergraduate programs and 5 graduate programs across a wide range of fields, among of which there are 3 national-level key majors--Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Technique, Art and Design and 10 English-taught Bachelor degree programs and 5 Master degree programs, 2 of which are English-taught Master degree programs. Furthermore, ZUST has 9 provincial-level key majors, 2 provincial-level key lab and 8 provincial-level key disciplines. Recently, there are about 21000 students, 1200 staff members and more than 1500 international students. ZUST is designated by the Chinese Government as a pilot institution of Chinese-German cooperation in cultivating high-level career-focused talents, as the standing organizer of “Chinese-German Education Forum”, and as one of the first pilot universities of implementing the national project of “Cultivating Excellent Engineers.