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Detailed Information About Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture

Introduction of Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture

In 1977, renamed as Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture with the approval of the State Council.

In 1982, identified as one of the first group of universities which were authorized by the government to offer bachelor degree programs.

In 1986, authorized to offer master degree programs.

In 2002, authorized by Beijing Municipal Commission of Education as the training centre for urban planning, construction and management talents.

In 2004, authorized by Beijing Municipal Commission of Education to receive overseas students.

In 2011, authorized by the Ministry of Education as the pilot university of " Excellent Engineer Education and Training Plan".

In 2012, authorized as the Beijing Base for Climate Change Studies and Talent Training.

In 2012, authorized as the National Base for Architectural Heritage Protection Studies and Talent Training.

In 2012, authorized as the program for training PhDs serving specific national demands.

In 2013, approved to rename as Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture.

•11 schools

•3 basic teaching units

•34 specialties for undergraduates

•12 Grade I Master’s Programs

•55 Grade II Master’s Programs

•658 regular teachers

•1 Yangtze River Scholar

3Great Wall Scholar

1with the title of "Top 100 Leading Personnel for High-tech Beijing"

•Over 12,000 students

•7 featured majors of Beijing municipal level

•3 state-level featured majors

•22 ministerial- and provincial-level laboratories

•Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Future Urban Design

•Research Center of Architectural Heritage Protection and Utilization

•National Research Center of Rural Planning for Countryside (Northern)

School of Architecture and Urban Planning

School of Environment and Energy Engineering

School of Civil Engineering & Transportation Engineering

School of Economics and Management Engineering

School of Mechanical-electronic and Automobile Engineering

School of Electrical Engineering and Information Technique

School of Geomatics and Urban Information

School of Humanity and Law

School of Science

School of Continuing Education

School of International Education

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