Communication University of China
About the university
The predecessor of Communication University of China was the training course for technicians of the Central Broadcasting Bureau, which was founded in 1954; In 1958, it was renamed Beijing Broadcasting College; In 1959, it was upgraded to Beijing Broadcasting Institute with the approval of the State Council; In 2000, it was transferred from the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television to the Ministry of Education; In 2002, the East Campus of Beijing Campus of China University of Mining and Technology was integrated; In 2004, it was renamed Communication University of China. It is a university with industry characteristics in the field of information communication directly under the Ministry of Education, a national key university for "world-class discipline construction", "211 Project" and "985 Project Superior Discipline Innovation Platform".
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Number of students enrolled16000
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4 Reasons to choose this university
It has a number of notable programs, including journalism and communication, drama and film and television, and computer and cyberspace security.
The university has over 16,000 full-time students and a strong teaching team, with many members recognized for their contributions.
The university has a number of national key laboratories and research centers, and has made significant scientific and technological achievements.
The university actively engages in international academic exchanges and cooperation, partnering with universities and research institutes around the world.
|Application Fee||USD $71|
|On-Campus Acommodation/Year||USD $3439|
|Average Tution Fee/Year||USD $2579|
|Cost of Living||USD $2500|