What is Tongji University？
Tongji University has established 29 schools/colleges and 10 academic disciplines of engineering, science, medicine, management, economics, philosophy, humanities, law, education, and arts. Currently, there are 18510 full-time registered Bachelor’s students, 11038 registered Master’s students, 6514 registered Doctoral students, and 2225 international students. Tongji has always placed nurturing talents of the highest quality as its fundamental responsibility. The three-dimensional KAP educational principles of “Knowledge, Ability, and Personality” are deeply rooted in the undergraduate education and reinforced at the graduate level of education, aiming to ensure that every student has “a solid foundation, practical ability, creativity, global vision, and a sense of social responsibility” in order to become “the top talent who will lead sustainable development and act as the backbone of society.” Among over 360,000 graduates of the University since its founding, many are extraordinary political leaders, scientists, educators, social activists, business leaders, medical specialists, and engineering experts. Over 166 alumni are members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
So far, Tongji University has established 11 international cooperation platforms in partnership with Germany, France, Italy, Finland, Spain and United Nations agencies. The University has also signed memorandum of understanding with over 200 international universities and co-founded research centers with Volkswagen, Siemens, Bayer, IBM and many other multinational enterprises.