Beijing Polytechnic College


Beijing Polytechnic College is located in Shijingshan District, Beijing. It is a general higher vocational college sponsored by the Beijing Municipal Government. It was designated as member of the first group of independent higher vocational colleges, a national model higher vocational college, and the presidium college of the National Association of Higher Vocational College Principals. Founded in 1956, BPC was formerly known as Beijing Coal Industry School, affiliated to the Ministry of Coal Industry. It has offered higher vocational education courses since 1994 and was officially designated a polytechnic college in 1999. BPC is currently comprised of 7 teaching schools and departments, together with the School of Continuing Education, and the School of International Education. There are 5 professional groups, covering 8 major categories with 27 majors. Through many years of hard work, BPC has become an institution with a unique professional training system primarily focusing on engineering education but also offering strengths in industry and trade, economics, management, and humanities and legal education, to help meet Beijing’s urgent need for urban construction, operation, management and service.


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