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Beihang Signs Cooperation Agreements with Three Japanese Universities

Release time:June 11, 2018 / Liu Xinrui

Recently, Beihang has signed cooperation agreements with three Japanese universities. It renewed the Beihang University-Tohoku University Cooperation Agreements and Students Exchange Protocol with Tohoku University, signed the Memorandum for Cooperation between Beihang University and Keio University on Technology Disciplines and Science Students Exchange Protocol with Keio University, and subscribed the Beihang University-Tokyo Institute of Technology Cooperation Agreements on Technology Disciplines with Tokyo‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍ Institute of Technology. According to these agreements, Beihang will conduct student exchange activities with Tohoku University and Keio University based on the cross-crediting and free tuition mode, and develop in-depth cooperation relationship with these three universities in the aspects of scientific research, mutual assignment of teachers and academic information sharing.

Tohoku University is a famous national comprehensive research university in Japan and one of the 13 universities selected by the Japanese government to lead the internationalization of higher education. The subject of metallic material in Tohoku University leads the world, and other subjects like physics, chemistry and electrical engineering also belong to the top 50 in the world. In 2018 QS World University Rankings, Tohoku University ranks 76th. Beihang has a long history of cooperation with this university, and has developed deep cooperation in scientific research on subjects like materials, electronics and physics. What’s more, more than 30 students have attended the exchange programs between these two universities.

Keio University is a world-famous private university and also one of the 13 universities selected by the Japanese government to lead the internationalization of higher education. In 2018 QS World University Rankings, Keio University ranks 192nd, and subjects such as machinery, electronic and Electrical ranks between 101st and 150th. The School of Engineering of Keio University is divided into two faculties, Faculty of Science and Technology and Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, including disciplines like math, physics, molecular chemistry, biochemistry, life sciences, information technology, computational mechanics and so on.

Tokyo Institute of Technology is a world-famous university and one of the top national research universities in Japan. What’s more, it is one of the 13 universities selected by the Japanese government to lead the internationalization of higher education. It has many distinguished alumni, e.g., Yoshinori Ohsumi, the winner of the 2016 Nobel Prizein Physiology or Medicine. Tokyo Institute of Technology has tremendous strength in the subjects of science and technology. In 2018 QS World University Rankings, the disciplines of engineering and technology of this university ranks the 14th, natual sciences ranks the 24th. Beihang works closely with Tokyo Institute of Technology in the subjects of material and physics, and has organized bilateral seminars for many times.

 

Reportedby Chen Cui

Edited by Song Chao

Translated by Liu Xinrui

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