Sias International University

Sias International University is the first solely American-owned University in Central China. Affiliated with Zhengzhou University and in cooperation with Fort Hays State University of Kansas, it is a totally new type of university designed in response to current educational demands. The establishment of Sias has been approved by the State Council and licensed by the Henan Provincial Education Commission to carry out higher institutional education. It is the first university that has been permitted by the State Degree Office to offer core classes such as Western Civilization, Sociology and Government.

The aim of Sias International University is to develop diligent and innovative professionals to meet the urgent demands of trans-national corporations and enterprises. Combining both Chinese educational philosophies with a Western model of education,

Since its first graduating class in 2002, Sias graduates have been in a position to gain employment by American and Chinese corporations. Due to their well-rounded international education, a wide range of unique experiences through service organizations and clubs, and a variety of hands-on activities, Sias graduates are expected to grow into the civic and community leaders of tomorrow.

programs for international students

  • B.A. in Organizational Leadership
  • B.S. in Information, Networking, and Telecommunication
  • B.B.A. in Management

  • Location and accommodation

    Contact information for Sias International University

    Sias International University


    168 Renmin Dong Lu
    451150 Xinzheng
    China

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    Aaron Vorbau   |   5/13/2016
    Many of the teachers at Sias International University (SIU) have a heart to learn Mandarin as they teach. SIU offers to all of our teachers the opportunity to take “survival” Mandarin courses once a week for two hours. Many teachers also take it upon themselves to hire Mandarin tutors. Teachers have been allowed to audit Mandarin language cours...
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