Organizers

Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College

United International College (UIC), situated in Zhuhai and jointly founded by Beijing Normal University and Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU), is the first full-scale cooperation in higher education between the Mainland and Hong Kong. Its charter has been approved by the Ministry of Education with full support from local authorities.

UIC shoulders the historical mission of advancing the internationalization of Chinese higher education and taking the lead in implementing liberal arts education in China. Since its first enrollment in 2005, UIC has grown into an international institution with innovative educational approaches. Twenty undergraduate programmes are currently being offered by three divisions: namely, the Division of Business and Management, the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the Division of Science and Technology. UIC has extended its enrollment of Category 1 candidates from more than 20 provinces and municipalities. There are approximately 5000 students now, including those from Hong Kong and overseas. Teaching staff from more than 20 countries and regions make it possible for UIC to use English as the medium of instruction. Graduates will be awarded Bachelor's Degrees by HKBU and Graduation Certificates by UIC.

Vision

TTo create an innovative international education model for China that can contribute to the welfare of the nation and the world.

Mission

To build a new model for liberal education in Mainland China and to nurture talented future graduates with international perspectives.

  • To integrate creatively and dynamically international and national experiences of education in China.
  • To promote Whole Person Education with local and international relevance.
  • To promote liberal arts education by tapping into both classical Chinese and Western cultural traditions.
  • To develop an innovative Four-Point Education Model that unites the forces of the college, the students, the parents and society for the delivery of our education programs.