Founded in 1946, Heilongjiang Communications Polytechnic (“HCP”) is a state-run higher vocational college affiliated to the Department of Education of Heilongjiang Province. It is one of the higher vocational colleges with the longest history in the rail transport sector in China. HCP was rated as the first batch of elite higher vocational colleges of Heilongjiang in 2014, the National Modern Apprenticeship Pilot Organization in 2018, and the first batch of excellent high-level higher vocational colleges of Heilongjiang in 2021. HCP has also won multiple honorary titles in recent years, such as “Outstanding Organization in Talent Cultivation and Management”, “Group Award for High-Quality of Teaching Management”, and “Student Affairs Excellence Award” of the Heilongjiang Provincial Level. HCP has six campuses both in Harbin and Qiqihar, situating in a 710,000m2 space with buildings occupying 260,000m2. There are 681 faculty members and 17,161 full-time higher vocational students. HCP offers 22 majors, including 9 for rail transportation enterprises, 5 for railway engineering enterprises, 4 for information engineering enterprises, 2 for grain engineering enterprises, and 2 for equipment manufacturers. HCP features high-caliber faculty members, outstanding majors, complete training bases, and high-quality employment. With the education philosophy of “Serving the transportation industry and radiating across China with a focus on Heilongjiang”, HCP launches academic programs in consideration of industrial features and follows the new path of collaborative development of enterprises, universities, and research institutions. HCP is committed to establishing a first-class featured railway vocational college in China and cultivating high-quality technical talents who adapt to the regional economic development, satisfy the needs for the development of social undertakings, and boast creative spirit and practical abilities.
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