About East China University of Technology
East China University of Technology began in 2005, approved by the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Education to be included in the college entrance examination enrollment plan, enrolled students in computer software technology, computer network technology and computer multimedia technology in the nature of Chinese-foreign cooperative education. 2012 began the Ministry of Education approval of the undergraduate Chinese-foreign cooperative education program Cultivation work. At present, the college has three Sino-foreign cooperative education programs approved by the Ministry of Education: “Software Engineering” and “Mechanical Engineering”, a four-year undergraduate degree program organized by Donghua University of Technology and Athlone Institute of Technology in Ireland. “3+1” training mode; the four-year undergraduate education program of “Electronic Information Engineering” with Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland, with the training mode of “2+2”. The program aims to cultivate high level and multi-type practical, engineering, compound and innovative engineering talents with international competitiveness.
The approval numbers are No. 49 (2011), No. 30 (2012) and No. 36 (2013) of the Ministry of Education. There are more than 1000 students in the three programs, and the specific daily teaching and student management are in the School of Software and the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering respectively.
At present, the university has established cooperative relationships with more than 30 universities and colleges in various countries and regions, such as Purdue University Northwest, Massey University in New Zealand, St. Petersburg State University in Russia, La Rochelle Business School in France, Dublin Institute of Technology and Athlone Institute of Technology in Ireland, Lakeshore University in the United States, Josai International University in Japan, Southern University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland, University of Economics, Technology and Culture in Germany, Taipei National University, etc. The university has sent many students to study in Ireland, the United States, Australia and other universities that cooperate with the university.
In 2002, the university started to recruit international students from New Zealand, Korea, Finland, the United States and other countries along the “Belt and Road”. At present, there are more than 90 international students in China, including exchange students, language students, advanced students, undergraduate students, master students and doctoral students.