Do you want to study in the first science and engineering university in China? Or be part of an elite alumni network that includes leaders in China such as Li Peng, Zeng Qinghong, Ye Xuanping, and academicians such as Wang Xiaomo and Peng Shilv?
Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) is a world-class university with Chinese characteristics. The university boasts of numerous teaching awards and its students have won 15 “top 10 works” in 9 consecutive annual conference on innovation and entrepreneurship and is ranked no. 1 in China.
BIT has established inter-university collaboration with more than 270 renowned universities in 74 countries and has student exchange programs with more than 50 partner universities.
Currently, BIT has built an international university that offers competitive English-taught programs, and has created a global network for exchange and cooperation. Learn more about the application deadline for the September 2020 intake at Beijing Institute of Technology.
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Beijing Institute of Technology Application Deadline
BIT offers many scholarships for international students. You are highly encouraged to apply to your chosen program the earliest possible time. Search for the complete list of BIT programs here.
Wednesday, 15th July 2020
Tuesday, 30th June 2020
Tuesday, 30th June 2020
About the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT)
In 1940, Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) was founded in Yan’an, Shaanxi Province by the Communist Party of China. It has been one of the key universities in China since the founding of New China and the first batch of universities which has entered the national “211 Project”, “985 Project” and the “Top A World-class University”.
BIT was relocated to Beijing in 1949 and in 1952, the school was renamed Beijing Engineering College, the first defense industry university in the PRC. In 1988, the school was renamed Beijing Institute of Technology.
BIT has 18 professional schools, 3,300 staff, over 300,000 graduates in the past 78 years and 27,000 full-time students. The university has won 5 national science and technology awards in 2016 and 9 in 2017, as well as 6 organizing awards in 2018.
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