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The Brief History. The Campus. From a preparatory school to a national university. Restructured as a polytechnic university. From a polytechnic university to a comprehensive research university. Tsinghua Vs. MIT. 6. 6. Student. Undergraduate. Postgraduate. 9. International students. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • The Brief History

  • The Campus

  • From a preparatory school to a national university

    1911-19251925-19371937-19461946-1952Preparatory school for students to study in the USA Set up college division, and then national universityFrom Changsha Temporary University to Southwest Associated UniversityReturned to the original campus in Beijing(arts, science, law, engineering, agriculture)1911, Tsinghua Xuetang, ImperialCollege in Qing dynasty1925, College Division1937, Changsha, Changsha Temporary University 1946-1949,resume period after the Resistance War1912, Tsinghua School after the 1911 Revolution, ROC1928, National Tsinghua University1938,Kunming, Southwest Associated University1949-1952,the new period after the P.R.C established, 3-year

  • Restructured as a polytechnic university

    1952-19571958-19661966-19701970-19771952, was molded into a polytechnic institute focusing on engineering.1953,revised the teaching plan, model the pattern on the Soviet Union, 5-year curriculumthe cradle of red engineersEducation and research combined with the actual production .The Diploma project(thesis) was from the real production.1966, cultural revolution, the university enrolling system changed.1966-1970, NCEE was stopped.1970-1976selected students from workers, peasants and soldiers.

  • From a polytechnic university to a comprehensive research university

  • **Tsinghua Vs. MIT

    199520052008TUMITTUMITTUMITGradu./Under0.4:11.2:11.3:11.5:11.15:11.5:1Ph.D awarded1775221:36464671:0.711806011:0.53Ph.D holder/faculty15%96%1:657%96%1:1.772%96%1:1.3General fund$100M0.54131:244.420.41:4.67.321.81:3Research fund$100M0.33.71:121.745.41:3.12.95.81:2SCI papers23131511:13363540351:1.1370441511:1.1Citation of SCI papers330104231:326902271121:3.97114257251:3.6EI papers3438931:2.629768471:0.3372318721:0.5

  • Student

    Chart1

    39

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    54.7

    3.3

    students: 33,000(14000:19000)

    ~33,000~14000:190008%international student

    Sheet1

    students: 33,000(14000:19000)

    undergraduate,domastic39

    undergraduate,international3

    postgraduate,domastic54.7

    postgraduate,international3.3

  • Undergraduate

    Chart1

    8623

    1934

    3019

    students proportion in decipline

    Sheet1

    200.1

    5053.7

    4103.0

    166412.3

    260.2

    12729.4

    873864.4

    5474.0

    3942.9

    engineering8623

    nature science1934

    social science3019

    19992000200120022003200420052006200720082009

    26593181343932503270326031743230332433753312

    1084211635123531284313150132211299412977130901332513576

    Sheet1

    2

    Sheet2

    1

    Sheet3

  • *Postgraduate

    Chart1

    89

    178

    229

    847

    1

    Ph.D program

    A&H6.6%

    SS&law13.2%

    science17.0%

    engineering63.0%

    medicine0.1%

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    10718

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    4301455902

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    2009

    Chart1

    0.493

    0.03

    0.07

    0.405

    0.001

    master program

    engineering, 49.3%

    science, 3.0%

    A&H, 7.0%

    SS&law, 40.5%

    medicine, 0.1%

    Sheet1

    49.3%

    3.0%

    7.0%

    40.5%

    0.1%

    Sheet1

    2009

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

  • International studentsInternational students from 122 countries or regions (2010)

  • International studentThe population of international student( 2000-2010)

  • National top science and technology awardeeAdademician of Chinese Aacdemy of Science 333 26.8%Members of China Engineering Aacdemy 146 17.6%Presidents of universities 248

    Sciencists and scholars

  • 1999,the Chinese government awarded 23 outstanding scientists for their dedication and contributions to the pioneering of its Two Bombs and One Satellite Project. 14 of them are Tsinghua alumniWang Ganchang, Zhao Jiuzhang, Peng Huanwu, Qian Sanqiang, Qian Xueshen,Wang Daheng, Cheng Fangyun, Guo Yonghuai, Tu shoue, Yang Jiachi, Wang Xiji, Deng Jiaxian, Zhu Guangya, Zhou GuangshaoSciencists and scholars

  • Chief engineers in the SOE 324CEOs in SOE 284Zhang Zhaoyang,founder and CEO of Sohu.comFeng Jun, founder and CEO of AigoXu Hang, founder and CEO of Mindray

    Entrepreneurs and Executives

  • Former premier Zhu RongjiPresident Hu JintaoChairman of NPC Wu bangguoVice-President Xi Jinping9 Politburo Standing Committee members of CPC Central committee 50 members of CPC Central committee Over 400 ministers or governors Government leaders

  • Government leaders

  • MID

    MBA

    MBA

    MBA

  • Master in International Development (MID)

  • Faculty development43 faculty members, many have PhDs from overseas;Different disciplinary background (Economics, Political Science, Management, Law, etc.)26 adjunct professors from other departments in Tsinghua, from government agencies, and from overseas 65 postdoctoral fellows

  • MID2009Total of 33 students

    Countries: 17, including HK, China

    Gender ratio: Male19, Female 15

    Average age: 26yrs oldnationalities:Asia (11): India(1), South Korea(3), Kazakhstan (1), Indonesia(2), HK China (1), Japan (1), Thailand(2)Americas (15): United States(8), Canada(2), Mexico(2), Brazil(2), Chile(1Europe (4): United Kingdom (3), France(1)Africa (3): Ghana(1), Tanzania(1), Congo(1)Oceania (1): Australia(1)

  • MID2010Total of 44 students Nationalities: 17Gender Ratio: male: 22 , female: 22Average Age: 27Academic backgrounds: Business, International Relations, Education, Art, Engineering Management, etc.Professions: Civil Servant, Military Official, Journalist, Financial Analyst, Consultant, etc.

    Nationalities:Asia (11) : Thailand (3),Republic of Korea (5), Mongolia (1), Japan(1), Singapore (1)Europe (10) : France (1), the Netherlands (1), Turkey (1), Spain (3), The United Kingdom (4)America(18): United States of America (17), Mexico(1)Africa(4) : Ethiopia (1), Eritrea (1), Ghana (1), Nigeria (1)Oceania(1) : Australia (1)

  • Highlights of MID

    Integrating global comparative perspective with an emphasis on Chinese development experiencePreparing students to become public leaders in the 21st centuryProviding a strong and extensive international network

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  • Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business

    MBA Program Introduction & Professor Talk

    Beijing May 28th 2011

  • Where CKGSB BeganMr Li Ka-Shing

    The Li Ka-Shing Foundation

    Not-for-profit

    World class businessman starts a business school with world class ambitions

  • CKGSB Facultys BackgroundStanford | Yale | UCLA | Harvard | Wharton | GW | Northwestern | Cornell | MIT | Berkeley aaaaa

  • MBA Program at a GlanceFull-time English program in Beijing12 months on campus intensive courseworkIntimate class size, personalized attention, close friendshipsStudent profile (2010 Intake 60 students):Average Age: 29Average Work Experience: 6 yearsMale 56%International 24%Average GMAT score 680

  • Admissions Criteria A minimum of bachelors degree 3 years minimum work experience A competitive GMAT score High English proficiency Interest in a career related to China* * Not necessarily in China

  • Admissions Procedures & Deadlines

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  • Your Gatewayto the Best of ChinaMIT - Tsinghua International MBA Program MIT

  • Faculty developmentTsinghua SEM is proud of its widely recognized facultymembers including many of the Chinas leadi management experts. There are 135 full - time faculty members, including 45 professors,53 associate professors, and 37 assistant professors (up to November, 2009). Here, they are bothprofessors and scholars, undertaking leading - edge research and in the meantime, conductingattractive classes. 80% of the full-time faculty members have studied abroad. 6 hold CheungKong Scholar Professorships, and 5 are recipients of the National Science Fund for DistinguishedYoung Scholars. Those who teach International MBA Program also have rich backgrounds inconsulting and business practices.The school also invites management practitioners with rich experience to teach IMBA Programcourses, which give opportunities to the students to interact directly with the most successfulentrepreneurs and business people.

  • IMBA 2012Total of 120 students

    International students: 45%

    Working experiences: under 4 yrs 55% 5~7 yrs 33% 8~10 yrs 8% over 11 yrs 4%

    - Female: 38%

    Nationalities:China (54%) Europe (8%)Amer

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