Created in partnership with Tsinghua University, this course brings students to Beijing, where they work in teams to create a plan for architecture, city design, and implementation of an urban project.
CCFR serves as an open research platform and connection point for researchers from Tsinghua University in China, MIT Sloan, and other institutions throughout China and the United States.
CLGO students graduate with an MBA degree and a master’s degree in engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and a certificate from the MIT Leaders in Global Operations program.
The MIT Greater China Fund for Innovation supports new collaborations between faculty and research scientists at MIT and their counterparts in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
This work offers the first large-scale empirical analysis of ideology in contemporary China to determine whether individuals fall along a discernible and coherent ideological spectrum.
This project looks at land reclamation as an untapped lens for evaluating and developing adaptive forms of coastal urbanization.
This MBA program at Fudan University School of Management in Shanghai is the proud result of a longstanding, collaborative relationship with MIT Sloan.
The MIT McGovern Institute is providing support for the new IDG-McGovern Institute for Brain Research at Tsinghua University's Institute of Biomedicine.
This IMBA program at Lingnan University College at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou was jointly established with MIT Sloan as a two-way learning platform.
The MIT Club of Beijing is a volunteer organization committed to creating a strong local community for MIT alumni in Beijing as well as providing a link to MIT.
This group's activities include organizing guest lectures, social events, outdoor outings, corporate events as well as social responsibility events that support the local community.
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) is MIT’s flagship international education program, matching MIT students with internship, research and teaching opportunities abroad.
The MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP) provides opportunities for communities around the world to engage with MIT in an evidence-based, practical approach to strengthening innovation-driven entrepreneurial (IDE) ecosystems.
SIGUS explores the issues related to the rapid urbanization in Third World countries with the expected doubling of urban population and tripling of the area within 20 years.
This project aims to find models of urbanization that support common prosperity and stability alongside sustainability and livability.
Students of this IMBA program at Tsinghua University benefit from MIT Sloan's singular approach to management education and research.