Beihang University enters into agreements with three leading universities in Japan including Keio University, Tokyo Institute of Technology and Tohoku University
Beihang University signed several cooperation agreements recently with three leading universities in Japan. Beihang signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and a Student Exchange Agreement with the Graduate School of Science and Technology of Keio University, an Agreement of Cooperation with Tokyo Institute of Technology, and renewed the MoU as well as the Student Exchange Agreement with Tohoku University. According to the agreements, Beihang will exchange students with Keio University and Tohoku University on a semester basis, and enhance research cooperation, staff mobility and knowledge sharing with the three partner universities.
Tohoku University is the third oldest imperial university in Japan among the seven national universities. The university was selected as one of 13 universities in the Global 30 Project to internationalize higher education in Japan. Particularly strong in Physics, Chemistry and Electronic Engineering, Tohoku University ranks 77thin the QS World University Rankings 2019. Beihang and Tohoku University first signed partnership and student exchange agreements in 2006, and more than 30 students have joined the student exchange program.
Keio University has a proud history as Japan's very first private institution of higher education. It was also selected as one of 13 universities in the Global 30 Project to lead the internationalization of higher education in Japan. Keio University ranks 198ndglobally according to the QS World University Rankings 2019. The Graduate School of Science and Technology is the largest school at Keio University which offers programs in Fundamental Science and Technology, Integrated Design Engineering and Science for Open and Environmental Systems.
Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) is the largest institution for higher education dedicated to science and technology in Japan. It was also selected as one of 13 universities in the Global 30 Project to lead the internationalization of higher education in Japan. Tokyo Tech ranked 58thglobally according to the QS World University Rankings 2019. Beihang and Tokyo Tech have established in-depth cooperation in Materials Science, Automation and Physics, and have jointly held several workshops.