BIT Summer Programmes Update

Great news – more programmes added!

Following the successful Beijing Institute of Technology's (BIT) winter Chinese online programme, QUB student and staff learners are invited again to attend their summer programme. The following message is an update sent from BIT (20/03) - any recruitment enquiries please contact BIT team. We are only responsible for collecting and submitting the nomination form.

BIT is set to offer an array of on-campus summer programs tailored to your interests in the fields of STEM, management, athletics and Chinese language and culture.

Seven programs are available this summer:
1. Future Decarbonizing Technology and Green Energy(On-campus)
2. Hands-on Learning for Emerging Technologies in Electronics Engineering (On-campus)
3. Emerging Technologies in Materials for Renewable Energy (On-campus)
4. Aesthetics of Traditional Chinese Culture and Classical Chinese Humanities(On-campus)
5. Management and Innovation (On-campus)
6. Chinese Kung fu (On-campus)
7. Chinese Language and Multicultural Practice(On-campus & Online)

We are offering 10 scholarships for each program (70 scholarships in total) for your students!

BIT Scholarship covers Tuition, on-campus accommodation, teaching materials, insurance, culture tours and lab work. Students only need to bear the expenses for international travel and meals during they study in China.

Online program is also totally FREE and NO NUMBER LIMIT.


  • On-campus program: June 30 (check-in)–July 27 (check-out), 2024
  • Online program: August 5 – August 16, 2024

Nomination from partner university is necessary and sent before April 15th, 2024.

Student Application Deadlines:

  • 30 April, 2024 (First round)
  • 15 May, 2024 (Second round)

Application Platform:

More details could be found in the attached brochure and website for on-campus programs and for online-program.

Looking forward to your nomination and students!


2 thoughts on “BIT Summer Programmes Update

  1. Hi I’m a PhD student in Queens university Belfast but I’m Chinese citizen. Am I allowed to join the program as well? Thank you

    • Hi Xuezheng, if you read the document you will find that the programme targets non-Chinese citizens. I’m sorry that this may let you down.

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