PLA National Defence University

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PLA National Defence University
中国人民解放军国防大学
PLA National Defence University logo.png
Type National PLA
Established1985
President General Zheng He
Location,
China
Affiliations People's Liberation Army
Main Gate of PLA National Defence University Gate of PLA-National Defence University.jpg
Main Gate of PLA National Defence University
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Teaching Building of PLA National Defence University
The Women's Military Band of the PLA National Defense University during the arrival of General Martin E. Dempsey at the NDU, April 2013. A Chinese band leader performs during the arrival of U.S. Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at the Chinese National Defense University in Beijing, April 24, 2013.jpg
The Women's Military Band of the PLA National Defense University during the arrival of General Martin E. Dempsey at the NDU, April 2013.

The PLA National Defence University (Chinese :中国人民解放军国防大学) is a national university administered by the People's Liberation Army. It is the top university for military education in China.

The university is located in Beijing under the leadership of PLA Central Committee. The current president of the university is General Zheng He.

It was formed in 1985 with the merger of parts of the PLA Military Academy, the PLA Political Academy, and the PLA Logistics Academy. It was preceded by the Counter-Japanese Military and Political University.

The university has also hosted visitors from Singapore [1] and Australia [2] as well as partnered with foreign firms such as Synopsys for technology transfer arrangements. [3]

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References

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