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International Education In Tsinghua University

Tsinghua University has a long tradition of actively developing strategic partnerships and collaborations with prestigious universities, international organizations and enterprises throughout the world. The University sponsors high-level academic exchanges, joint programs, international conferences and other international activities. Student exchanges are encouraged to cultivate talented students with global vision. Tsinghua also plays an important role in global higher education organizations to promote multilateral cooperation and organizes many academic and cultural activities abroad to deepen mutual understanding between people from different countries and regions.

Major Events

"Tsinghua Day" activities were successfully organized at the University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne in 2009. "Tsinghua Week" activities were successfully organized at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Tokyo in 2010.

A series of high-level international conference were held in Tsinghua University in 2009, including the 10th International Conference on the Science and

Application of Nanotubes (NT09), the 36th International Systemic Functional Congress (IFSC36), the 15th International Conference on Mobile Computing and

Network, and around 70 other important ones.

Tsinghua Global Vision Lectures have been organized for 32 times in 2009, and the speakers included Nobel Prize winners, CEO of Canon, Prime Minister of

Finland, CTO of EADS, Chief Scientist of NVIDIA, and leading university professors and presidents.

Student Mobility

With the continuous development of higher education, the quantity and quality of globalized student education programs has become one of the important features of globalized universities around the world. To implement the university’s strategy of globalized student education, Tsinghua University continues to develop cooperation relationships with prestigious universities, research institutions and enterprises around the world, and cooperates with CSC programs and the University’s schools and departments, and sends students overseas for degree programs, joint education, student exchanges, joint research, short-term exchanges, summer internships, and international conferences. A total of 2,492 students were sent overseas in 2009 to Yale, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Cambridge, Oxford and other world class universities. These international exchange programs have received favorable comments from faculty and students and obtained strong support of the University’s offices and schools and departments, which laid a good foundation for further extension and expansion of globalized education programs.

Tsinghua sets the goal that over 30% of undergraduates (about 1,000 per year) should have overseas study experience upon the University’s centenary in 2011. To closely combine the globalized education programs with the top creative talent training plan, a series of features programs, such as the distinguished freshmen overseas study program, the summer research program, and summer courses, have been developed, as well as further developing the student exchange programs.

With the continuous development of higher education, the quantity and quality of globalized student education programs has become one of the important features of globalized universities around the world. To implement the university’s strategy of globalized student education, Tsinghua University continues to develop cooperation relationships with prestigious universities, research institutions and enterprises around the world, and cooperates with CSC programs and the University’s schools and departments, and sends students overseas for degree programs, joint education, student exchanges, joint research, short-term exchanges, summer internships, and international conferences. A total of 2,492 students were sent overseas in 2009 to Yale, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Cambridge, Oxford and other world class universities. These international exchange programs have received favorable comments from faculty and students and obtained strong support of the University’s offices and schools and departments, which laid a good foundation for further extension and expansion of globalized education programs.

Tsinghua sets the goal that over 30% of undergraduates (about 1,000 per year) should have overseas study experience upon the University’s centenary in 2011. To closely combine the globalized education programs with the top creative talent training plan, a series of features programs, such as the distinguished freshmen overseas study program, the summer research program, and summer courses, have been developed, as well as further developing the student exchange programs.