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      Chongqing College of Mobile Telecommunications (formerly College of Mobile Telecommunications, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications), founded in 2000, is a full-time regular undergraduate college ratified by the Ministry of Education, supervised by Chongqing Municipal Education Commission, and entitled to enrol  students nationwide.

      Located in the university town of Hechuan district, Chongqing municipality, the college, embraced by mountains and rivers, is blessed with beautiful environment and convenient transportation, and enjoys a campus covering 2,131 mu of land, and boasts a student body numbering over 24,000 and a faculty close to 1200 members.

      Subordinate to the college are 9 secondary colleges including Communication and Internet of Things Engineering College, Intelligent Engineering College, Big Data and Software College, Quench Business College, Prospect College, Sino-German College of Applied Technology, Arts and Media College, Foreign Languages College, Digital Economy and Information Management College, 11 residential colleges such as Ailian Residential College, Huaguo Residential College, Biedu Residential College, Nanhu Residential College and Tianqu Residential College, 4 teaching divisions including Ideo-political Teaching Division and General Education Teaching Division, and such unique institutions as Well-Rounded Education Committee, Creative Writing College, Double-system Talent Training Base, Fishing Castle Science Fiction Center, Fishing Castle Research Institute and German Studies Institute, etc.

      The college has been insistently carrying out its internationalization strategy. Since putting into place the Sino-German College of Applied Technology cosponsored by Anhalt University of Applied Sciences in Germany, the college has signed collaborative agreements with 10-odd universities from Germany and the United States, co-running graduate and double degree undergraduate programs, has up to now sent 800-odd students abroad for further study, and presently has over 1700 students in store preparing for their planned study in Germany.

      □ Hochschule Mittweida
      □ Fachhochschule Nordhessen
      □ Fachhochschule Lausitz
      □ Hochschule Hamm-Lippstadt
      □ Fachhochschule Anhalt
      □ SRH Hochschule Heidelberg
      □ Universit?t Magdeburg
      □ Fachhochschule Brandenburg
      □ Hochschule Harz
      □ Universit?t der Künste Folkwang
      □ Uni-Duisburg-Essen
      □ California State University, San

      Marcos
      □ Northern Arizona University
      □ Northumbria University
      □ VIT University

      □ Columbia University
      □ University of California, Berkeley
      □ Northern Illinois University
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      □ Hochschule der Sparkassen-Fina-

      nzgruppe,University of Applied Sciences,

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      □ Technische Universit?t Dresden
      □ Queen's University Belfast

       

      Offered by the college are 36 undergraduate majors and 4 junior college majors, combining to form a disciplinary system featuring interdisciplinary integration and coordinated development, with engineering as its priority, while management, arts and other disciplines adequately considered.