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Shanghai Institute of Technology

 

Shanghai Institute of Technology

Shanghai Institute of Technology
上海应用技术学院
Established 2000
Type Public university
Academic staff 1100 full-time teachers
Admin. staff 1800
Students 17,500
Undergraduates 15,500
Location Shanghai,  People's Republic of China
Campus Urban area

The Shanghai Institute of Technology (SIT; Chinese: 上海应用技术学院) is a high-leveled, multi-disciplined, application-oriented full-time tertiary education institution in Shanghai, People's Republic of China.

Shanghai Institute of Technology (SIT) is a high-levelled, multi-disciplined, application-oriented full-time institution of tertiary education. Authorized by Chinese Ministry of Education in April, 2000, SIT was established by merging the former three institutions which had a history of over fifty years.

Contents

  • Location 1
  • Administration 2
    • Faculty staff 2.1
    • Students 2.2
  • Research 3
  • Exchange 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Location

SIT is located in south-western Shanghai, adjacent to the Cao Hejing hi-tech park.

Administration

While conducting the three-year vocational education, SIT mainly devotes itself for running of the bachelor's degree programs. The Institute consists of a Modern Education Centre, two departments and eleven schools, all of which cover 'materials science and engineering, mechanical and automation engineering, computer science and information engineering, civil engineering and architecture, environment and energy engineering, chemical engineering, biotechnology and food processing engineering, art and design, economics and business administration, foreign languages, social sciences among others. Among them, the disciplines of material processing engineering, applied chemistry, light-industry technique and engineering, art design and mechanic manufacturing and automation have been selected by Shanghai Municipal government, Shanghai Municipal Education Commission and SIT as Key incubated Disciplines. The discipline of Applied Chemistry has been authorized to run the postgraduate programme.

Faculty staff

There are a total of over 1800 staffs, and among them 600 are full-time teachers, over two hundred are supervisors for master degree and doctor degree candidates, as well as professors and associate professors.

Students

Currently, there are approximately over 17,500 registered full-time students in the Institute. [1]

Research

Over the past few years, SIT successfully built a dynamic and high-leveled academic team, engaged in both teaching activities and scientific research with quite a number of outstanding guides in the course of key disciplines and master teachers in core courses for different programs. The past few years have witnessed such substantial progress in scientific research that SIT has been repeatedly awarded prizes covering the Progress in Scientific Research and Success in Educational Research at the state, ministerial or municipal levels. Presently, SIT has been undertaking numerous projects of National Natural Science Foundation (NSF), the earlier stage programs of National Basic Research Program, Shanghai Natural Science Foundation, Shanghai Municipal Dawn Plan and other projects at provincial and municipal levels.

Exchange

Till now SIT has been maintaining close ties with tertiary universities of the countries like Germany, U.S.A., Australia, Canada, U.K., France, New Zealand, Japan in conducting the exchange programmes in scientific and technological research and in the establishment and implementation of collaborative schemes of cooperation of tertiary education, the latter of which covers the programs in 'Electronic Engineering and Automation, Mechanical Design, Manufacturing and Automation, Applied Chemistry and Economic Administration.

SIT has been making determined effort to cultivate its students in an all-round way, namely, morally, intellectually, physically and train them to become advanced engineering and technological personnel who are armed with knowledge of modern science and a remarkable ability in application and problem-solving undertaking. SIT endeavors to build the university into a high-leveled, application-oriented, multiple-disciplined university of higher learning with its outstanding features and into "a cradle for engineers? The graduates of SIT are welcomed and favorably appraised by various circles in Shanghai and other parts of China. Presently SIT is entering a new phase of development with the scope for running the university being expanded and connotation construction being strengthened.

References

  1. ^ http://www.sit.edu.cn/s/97/t/227/p/15/c/5751/d/5752/list.htm

External links

  • Shanghai Institute of Technology Official site
  • 3d map of Shanghai Institute of Technology

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