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About Beijing-Dublin International College
Beijing-Dublin International College (BDIC), approved by the Ministry of Education, is a Sino-foreign cooperative institution jointly established by Beijing University of Technology (BJUT) and National University of Dublin (NUD) of Ireland. The college has been running since 2012. It has four majors, namely Network Engineering, Software Engineering, Financial Economics, Electronic & Information Engineering. All of them are four-year program. The college now has over 1,300 students enrolled. BDIC is conveniently situated close to the embassy and business districts in Beijing. Read More.
- On February 19, 2012, in the presence of Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and then Vice President of the People’s Republic of China, and Enda Kenny, Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland, the two universities signed a cooperation contract in Dublin, Ireland. The contract is one of the four agreements on friendship and cooperation between the two countries witnessed by General Secretary Xi Jinping during his visit to Ireland, and is the only agreement on high-level cooperation and exchange programs in the field of education between the two governments.
- On March 17, 2018, Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland Simon Coveney and his delegation visited the College, entered the classroom of “Irish Culture” and gave a wonderful presentation to the students of the College.
- On March 17, 2018, Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland Simon Coveney and his party came to visit the college
- In May 2018, Municipal Party Secretary Cai Qi was invited by the Irish government to Dublin for a friendly visit. During the visit, Secretary Cai Qi came to UCD and witnessed the signing of a framework agreement between BIT and UCD on cooperation in first-class disciplines with the Minister of State for Training and Skills of Ireland, John Halligan TD, to promote cooperation between the two schools at a deeper and broader level, and had a cordial exchange with the students of College Dublin studying in Ireland.
- In May 2018, Cai Qi, member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Secretary of the CPC Municipal Committee, and John Halligan TD, then Minister of State for Training and Skills of Ireland, witnessed Beijing Institute of Technology and the University of Dublin sign a framework agreement on cooperation in first-class disciplines, and have a cordial exchange with students studying in Ireland at the Institute
- On October 18, 2019, the Deputy Minister of Education and Skills of Ireland, John Halligan, and the Irish Ambassador to China, Mr. Li Xiowen, visited Beijing University of Technology and visited Beijing-Dublin International College and met with student representatives of the College.