Before your arrival

Nanjing has a humid subtropical climate with plenty of rainfall.

The four seasons are distinct in Nanjing, with hot summers and cold winters. The spring is warm and humid, and the rainy season falls on June and July.

Autumn is a short but the most pleasant season. Though considered a southern city in China, Nanjing is cold in winter with occasional snow.

 

The weather is overall humid in Nanjing, with about 117 rainy days yearly, and an annual average precipitation of 1106 millimeters (43.5 inches). The best time to visit Nanjing is during autumn, when the weather is cool and dry. Osmanthus flowers are in full blossom in autumn, leaving sweet scents flowing all over.

 

Spring

Spring is from March to May. The weather warms up, and it is humid, with changing temperatures. It may warm up for a few days and turn cold later. Wearing sweaters and coats are enough to cope with the weather, but also prepare long-sleeve shirts for the day when it gets warmer.

 

Summer

Summer is from June to September, with extremely hot and humid weather. It is one of the "three furnaces" along the Yangtze River Delta, with Wuhan and Chongqing. Rainfalls concentrate in June and July. The temperature easily reaches above 34 °C (93 °F). The highest temperature is in July, hitting above 40 °C (104 °F). Prepare summer clothes, umbrella and sun protection.

 

Autumn/Fall

Autumn is from October to November. It is the best time of the year for traveling in Nanjing, with pleasant cool and dry weather. There are sharp and frequent intervals of temperature changes. Shirt, thin sweater and coat are enough to cope with the weather.

 

Winter

Winter is from December to February. It is cold with heavy humidity in Nanjing, with occasional snow. January is the coldest month with the low temperature dropping to -7 °C (19 °F). The average low and high temperature is respectively at 0 °C (32 °F) and 9 °C (49 °F) in December, -2 °C (29 °F) and 7 °C (44 °F) in January, and 0 °C (32 °F) and 8 °C (47 °F) in February. Down jackets or cotton-padded coat, sweater and thick jeans are suitable to cope with the weather

Getting to NUAA

Nanjing is one of the important transportation hubs in China, it is easily connected to Beijing, Shanghai and all the other commercial cities in China. 

Nanjing Lukou International Airport serves direct flight to and from many Asian as well as European and American destinations. 

NUAA has 2 campuses, Ming Palace Campus or commonly referred as Mingugong Campus  民故宫校区and Jianjun Avenue Campus or commonly referred as Jiangning Campus 江宁校区.

Postgraduates, Exchange students, and visitors advised to report at the Mingugong Campus , No. 1 building, 10th floor.

 

Undergraduates and Chinese Language program students as advised to report at the Jiangning Campus.  Office of the Vice-Dean, 2nd floor, beside Swimming pool. 

From Nanjing Lukou International Airport (NLIA)

 

Airport Taxi: Please show the address of NUAA to the taxi driver . The ride is about 45 minutes to Jiangning Campus and little more than 1 hour to Mingugong Campus and will costs about CNY 120 and CNY 180 respectively. 

Metro: Line S1 is located on the left of the arrival hall at the airport . You should buy the tickets to Cuiping Shan station (Jiangjun Rd campus). The journey is around 25mins and CNY 6, it is very convenient as the university is few steps away from the metro exit.

 

 

From Railway Station: 

If you are undergraduate student please arrive at Nanjing South Railways station.

Both of the campuses of NUAA, Ming Palace (Mingugong) campus and Jiangjun Rd campus are well connected by metro, from the train station, you can take a metro to; 

1. Mingugong station for Ming Palace campus ( Line 1 to Xinjiekou Station and enterchange to Line 2 ) 

 

2. Cuiping shan station for Jiangjun Rd. Campus. (Aiport Line S1 ) 

You can save this photo to show to the taxi driver.