North China University of Technology, China
North China University of Technology, located in the western part of Beijing, is a municipal university founded in 1946. Co-established by Beijing and central government, NCUT is administrated mainly by the People’s Government of Beijing Municipality. Acquiring a reputation as one of the most beautiful universities in Beijing, the University covers over 30 hectares and 400 thousand square meters of overall floorage.
NCUT has developed into a multidisciplinary university featuring engineering while compatible both in arts and science, and nowadays comprises 12 schools, respectively School of Information Science and Technology, School of Electrical and Control Engineering, School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, School of Architecture and Art, School of Civil Engineering, School of Economics and Management, School of Humanities and Law, School of Sciences, School of Marxism, Brunel London School, School of Continuing Education, and International School, with 15,065 full-time students, including 11,879 undergraduate students, 3,036 graduate students, 333 international students, 150 second-bachelor-degree students and over 4,500 continuing-education students.