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(北京开放大学)

Basic information

  • City: Beijing
  • Founded in: 1960
  • Type: Public University
  • Number of total students: 10254
  • Number of international students: 34
  • Number of faculty: 1025
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About Beijing

Beijing, China’s sprawling capital, has history stretching back 3 millennia. Yet it’s known as much for modern architecture as its ancient sites such as the grand Forbidden City complex, the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Nearby, the massive Tiananmen Square pedestrian plaza is the site of Mao Zedong’s mausoleum and the National Museum of China, displaying a vast collection of cultural relics. ― Google

Introduction

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About Beijing Open University

Founded in 1960, it is the earliest TELEVISION university in China.

Wu Han, a famous historian and then vice mayor of Beijing, was the university’s first president.

In 2012, With the approval of the Ministry of Education, Beijing Radio and Television University officially changed its name to Beijing Open University.

Beijing Open University (BJOU) is an institution of higher learning approved by the Ministry of Education and organized by the Beijing Municipal government. universities adhere to the “learning to teach, the no child left behind” the university idea, adopt flexible and varied teaching methods, a wide into severe out learning system, through the depth of the education and technology integration, provides the high quality education service, to meet the capital society member diversity and personality requirements of continuing education and lifelong learning, promote the capital learning-type city construction.

Beijing Radio and Television University, founded in 1960, is the earliest television university in China. Wu Han, a famous historian and then vice mayor of Beijing, was the university’s first president. Guan Shixiong, then vice chairman of The Beijing CPPCC, Hu Zhaoguang, then vice mayor of Beijing, and Lin Wenyi, now vice chairman of the 11th CPPCC, all served as president of BTVU successively. On July 31, 2012, with the approval of the Ministry of Education, Beijing Radio and Television University changed its name to Beijing Open University. The present Party Secretary of the University is Yang Gongding and the president is Chu Hongqi.

BJOU mainly undertakes the important tasks of distance open education and lifelong learning for citizens of the capital. It is responsible for the construction of Beijing Citizen Lifelong Learning Distance Service Center and Beijing Learning City website. It undertakes the historical mission of building a “credit bank” and a “flyover bridge” for lifelong learning. Bou adheres to the principle of catering to industries and enterprises, as well as to rural areas and communities, and adopts flexible and diversified modes of education. Bou has initially formed a multi-level educational structure of undergraduate, junior college and technical secondary university.

Based on network construction, the university vigorously promotes the construction of digital campus. It has established a 10-gigabit broadband metropolitan campus network covering the whole city, built a network-based long-distance multimedia teaching system, improved the multi-point two-way video system, and formed a digital campus teaching system combining “heaven, earth and man” networks based on satellite TV network, computer network and teaching and management network. The university has three campuses, forming an overall planning, graded university running, graded management, division of labor and cooperation of distance open education system. There are more than 50 basic teaching units in 16 districts and counties, yanshan area, some industrial systems and central units in Beijing, forming a distance and open education system with reasonable layout covering the whole city.

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