Study Around the World
The University of Science and Technology Beijing engages in a number of international cooperative partnerships and initiatives to provide its students and scholars opportunities to expand their horizons. As the first Chinese university to establish a formal partnership with a foreign university in 1979, USTB continues to innovate in expanding its global network and opening new programs to better serve its community.
- RESEARCH AND INTERNSHIPS
DESCRIPTION: Students engage in a single semester to one year exchange with a partner university. Selection standards are more stringent, but students earn academic credit and are exempt from extra tuition fees.
EXAMPLE PARTNERS: Paris-Sud University (France), Hokkaido University (Japan), Pohang University of Science and Technology (South Korea), University of Tartu (Estonia)
Visiting Student Programs
- SEMESTER or YEARLONG MOBILITY PROGRAM
- SHORT-TERM MOBILITY PROGRAM
DESCRIPTION: students may apply to a partner university and attend courses as registered visiting students. Upon completion of their studies USTB carries out the appropriate accreditation process.
EXAMPLE PARTNERS: McMaster University (Canada), University of California, Berkeley (USA), RWTH Aachen University (Germany)
- UNDERGRADUATE DUAL DEGREES (2+2, 3+1)
- BACHELOR TO MASTER'S DEGREE (3+1+X)
- STUDY FOR MASTER'S DEGREE
- DUAL MASTER'S DEGREE
Description: USTB offers several dual-degree programs with partner universities, where students may upon successfully completing their studies earn identical degrees from each university.
Example Partners: University of Queensland (Australia), University of Michigan (USA), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium)
National Government-Sponsored Programs
DESCRIPTION: the China Scholarship Council (CSC) launches scholarship programs to financially sponsor Chinese students of all levels to study abroad. The CSC encourages domestic universities to run high-level talents training programs with foreign universities. Participants can join training programs in partnership with international organizations, academic institutions, or foreign governments.