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  • 1. China & Latin America Higher EducationCooperation Prof. TANG Xiaoqing Needs andPriorities President of Beihang University Vice http://www.buaa.edu.cn June 19, 2012
  • 2. Outline  China and Latin America – Needs for Cooperation  International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Suggestions-2- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 3. China and Latin America – Needs for Cooperation-3- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 4. China and Latin America – Needs for cooperation  Giants of the 21st Century “People often say that the 21st century will be a Pacific Century… but I think it may also be a Latin American Century” ------ DENG Xiaoping (People’s Daily, May 16, 1988)-4- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 5. China and Latin America – Needs for cooperation  Education is essential to the development of todays knowledge society and economy.  We face the same challenges with education: access, quality, efficiency, etc.  Countries need to work together to share best practice and jointly develop policies and systems to promote education cooperation.-5- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 6. China and Latin America – Needs for cooperation  What are those needs? – Common objectives – Enhance educational quality and effectiveness through promoting staff and student mobility – Promote cooperation in strategic areas of mutual interest, such as Aerospace, Bioenergy, Natural resources and environmental technology, Ocean technology – Enhance creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship – Foster understanding of one another’s culture and heritage and learning of other languages-6- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 7. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice-7- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 8. International Cooperation – Beihang’s PracticeFirst, about us.. History – 1952  Beijing Institute of Aeronautics(BIA)  First aerospace university in China  Founded with merging the aeronautical departments of 8 top Chinese universities  One of the first 16 key universities established in China – 1988  Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA) – 2002  Beihang University (BUAA)-8- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 9. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Today  A top research university keeping in power in engineering  A member of the 985 Program (Excellence University Program in Chinese High Education)  Vision  Becoming a multi-disciplines university well-known by the world in research and education achievement-9- BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 10. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Ranking - 11 disciplines ranked top 10 nationwide Disciplines Ranking Aeronautics and astronautics 1/13 Mechanics 2/41 Computer Science and Technology 3/856 Instrument Science and Technology 3/237 Transportation Science and Engineering 4/23 Control Science and Engineering 5/393 Management Science and Engineering 6/52 Mechanical Engineering 7/70 Information and Communication Engineering 8/402 Materials Science 9/69 Engineering Thermophysics 9/31 Evaluation 2007-2009 by Chinese Ministry of Education- 10 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 11. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Schools 26  Degree Programs  Undergraduate Programs 57  Masters Programs 144  Doctoral Programs 63  Faculty & Staff 3815  Faculty 2033 − 17 Academicians of CAS & CAE − 503 Full Professors − 794 Associate professors  Staff 1782- 11 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 12. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Schools – Materials Science and Engineering – Electronics and Information Engineering – Automation Science and Electrical Engineering – Jet Propulsion and Energy Engineering – Aeronautical Science and Engineering – Computer Science and Engineering – Mechanical Engineering and Automation – Economics and Management – Transportation Science and Engineering – Systems Engineering – Astronautics Science and Engineering – Instrument Science & Optoelectronics Engineering – Software Engineering- 12 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 13. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Schools – Mathematics and System Sciences – Physics &Nuclear Energy Engineering – Chemistry and Environment – Biological Science and Medical Engineering – Humanities and Social Sciences – Foreign Languages – Law – New Media Art and Design – Political Science – School of Advanced Engineering – Sino-French Engineer School – Flying College (Pilot training)- 13 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 14. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Students 26385 Undergraduates 13939 Graduate students 12446 • Master students 8484 • Ph.D candidates 3956 International students 1185 (from 84 countries)  Alumni 110,000- 14 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 15. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Research Funds > 50% funding from industry Research Fund: in billion RMB 1.93 1.73 2.00 1.50 1.20 1.20 1.00 1.00 0.71 0.53 0.50 0.57 0.58 0.50 0.00 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011- 15 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 16. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Research - Innovation National Science & Technology 1st Prize: 3 Progress Awards (2004-2010) National Technological 1st Prize: 4 Innovation Awards (Total 10 awards nation-wide) (2004-2010) National or Ministerial Awards 1100 in Total (1952-)- 16 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 17. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Research - Facilities National Laboratory 1  National Laboratory for Aeronautics and Astronautics National Key Laboratories 7  Software Development Environment  Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)  Aero-thermodynamics of Aero-engines  Flight Vehicle Incorporation Technology  Reliability and Environmental Engineering  Visual Reality Technology and Systems  Communications, Navigation and Surveillance Systems for Air Traffic Management- 17 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 18. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  “UPS” Strategy in International Cooperation  University – University • Foster bilateral and multilateral partnerships • Establish joint research and education institutions/centers  Professor – Professor • Exchange faculty and staff • Joint research projects • Jointly supervising graduate students  Student – Student • Study abroad – a variety of options: degree programs, exchange, internships, summer/winter schools etc. • International education: attracting students from all around the world to study at Beihang University- 18 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 19. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  International Partners: 185 Europe (41.0%), Asia (30.5 %), North America (21.0 %), Oceania (5.0 %), Africa (1.5 %), Latin America (1 %).- 19 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 20. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Joint Schools – Sino-French Engineer School – Confucius Institute at Kogakuin University (Tokyo, Japan)  Global Consortia Membership – TANDEM Alliance - Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window – Asia-Link Programme (KTH, UPV, Beihang) – Sino-Spanish University Consortium (16 members) – Sino-Russian University Consortium (30 members)- 20 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 21. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Joint/Double degree programs: 11 – Double Master Degree program with Arts et Métiers ParisTech – Double Bachelor Degree Program with Politecnico di Torino – Double Master Degree Program with Politecnico di Torino – Double Master Degree program with Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, ISAE – Double Master Degree with Ecole Nationale de lAviation Civile, ENAC – Double Master Degree with Ecole supérieure délectricité, Supélec – Double Master Degree Program with the University of Edinburgh – Double Master Degree Program with Nottingham University – Double Master Degree Program with Cranfield University – Ph.D Joint Program with the University of Sydney – Ph.D Joint Program with the University of Edinburgh- 21 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 22. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Student exchange programs: 44 – Credit transfer and recognition – Tuition fee exemption by host university – 6 months to 1 year exchange – Levels: bachelor, master and PhD – 10 programs fully supported by the CSC Top Undergraduate Mobility Program • A highly competitive mobility program launched by the CSC in 2012 to support top 10% Chinese undergraduates to do exchange study overseas • Selection of applications from 177 universities nationwide • Less than 1000 scholarships granted in total • 44 granted to Beihang (every year) • More programs expected to funded in the future- 22 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 23. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  10 exchange programs supported by CSC (China Scholarship Council): – University of Toronto, Canada – Virginia Tech university, USA – Technical University Munich, Germany – Groupe des Écoles Centrales, France – ESTACA, France – Joseph Fourrier University, France – Ecole Nationale de lAviation Civile, France – Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium – Czech Technical University, Czech – Kyushu University, Japan- 23 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 24. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice Joint School Beihang Sino-French Engineer School (Ecole Centrale de Pékin (ECPk))  Partners: The Group of Ecoles Centrales  Eestablished in 2005  Recruits excellent students based on The National Entry Exam  Unique 6.5-year program to train the talent engineers through combining exellent engineering training and practice of both partners- 24 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 25. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice- 25 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 26. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Joint School - ECPk Degrees and Certification − Degrees of Bachelor and MSc offered by Beihang University − The French Diplôme d’ingénieur Graduation Ceremony of the first class of 73 students in January, 2012- 26 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 27. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  Joint Research Centers and Laboratories • Beihang, NLAA, Ecoles Centrales, CNRS International Joint Lab in Engineering (France) • Beihang, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK) Sino-UK Space Science and Technology Lab • China Space Agency, UK Space Agency • Beihang, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (Germany) Sino-German Joint Software Institute • Ministries of S&T of China and Germany International Research Centre for Complex • Beihangy, Russian Academy of SciencesSystems and Scientific-Engineering ComputingBeihang-Purdue Joint Lab on Energy Systems • Beihang, Purdue University Beihang-Purdue Joint Lab • Beihang, Purdue University on Low Emissions Combustion SMC Beihang Research Centre • Beihang, SMC (Japan)Beihang-Honeywell ATM Joint Research Centre • Beihang, Honeywell International Company 27- 27 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 28. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  International Education  1185 International students from 84 countries (16 from Latin America)  The destination university for international students in engineering studies in China- 28 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 29. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  International Education  All postgraduates degree programs available in English  5 undergraduate programs offered in English – Aircraft Design & Engineering – Electrical Engineering & Automation – Electronic Information Engineering – International Economics & Trade – Mechanical Engineering & Automation- 29 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 30. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  International Education – Programs • Bachelor (CHN) • Bachelor (ENG) – 4 years • Chinese Training Master’s Degree International • Professional Training – 2-3 years Education • Summer Session Doctoral Degree – 3-4 Years- 30 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 31. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  International Education – Student Enrollment 1200 1000 502 352 800 410 600 401 Non-Degree 466 352 Degree 400 347 660 683 329 249 288 535 302 200 400 262 306 123 170 162 167 80 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011- 31 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 32. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  International Education – Student v Programs Ph.D Non-Degree 15% 35% Ph.D Master 20% Master Bachelor Bachelor 30% Non-Degree- 32 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 33. International Cooperation – Beihang’s Practice  International Education – Scholarship  Chinese government scholarship (CSC)  Beijing municipal scholarship  Scholarship from industries and organizations  Beihang scholarship for foreign students- 33 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 34. Suggestions for Cooperation between China & Latin America- 34 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 35. Suggestions for Cooperation  Establishing a dialog mechanism for multilateral and bilateral cooperation – A platform for higher education institutions  Launching initiatives to promote mobility – Learning from the European experience –( Erasmus Mundus has achieved within and beyond Europe) – Creating a funding scheme to support the student and faculty exchange between Chinese and Latin American universities  Setting up a network, an alliance or a consortia membership between Chinese and Latin American universities- 35 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 36. Welcome to Beihang University- 36 - BEIHANG UNIVERSITY
  • 37. Thank YouCONTACT:Prof. TANG XiaoqingVice president for international relationsBeihang University (BUAA)37 Xueyuan Road, Haidian DistrictBeijing 100191, P. R. ChinaEmail: tangxq@buaa.edu.cnhttp://www.buaa.edu.cn

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