Since the founding of the University, BCU has endorsed an open attitude towards international collaboration, attached great importance to international exchange programs and actively expanded into new fields. The University has been committed to alliances with more than 40 colleges and universities from all over the world and sent teachers and students of about 4,000 person-times to study abroad, do research, participate in international exhibitions and conferences in more than 20 countries and regions. Over 200 overseas scholars and experts were invited to come to BCU to give lectures and make academic exchanges. BCU has received about 300 foreign delegations, totaling over 2,000 people.
The Joint Program of Master Degree in Programme & Project Management of Beijing City University and the University of Warwick (UK) is approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education.
The launching ceremony: Beijing campus of France Business School
Chinese Minister of Education Yuan Guiren receives BCU President and representatives from the University of Warwick, UK.
BCU delegates visit Canada.
Former Deputy Director of Beijing Municipal Peoples Congress Duan Bingren and former BCU President Professor Fu Zhengtai visit Japan with a delegation and award the title of BCU Honorary Professor to Mr. Ikeda Daisaku of Soka University.
Vice President Chen Baoyu visits Taiwan private universities and meets Chairman Wang Guangya of Taiwan Private School Association.
In April of 2009, then Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso wrote an inscription for the Japanese majors of our university.
BCU students are in their summer internship in German companies.
BCU delegates visit British universities.
In 2007, then BCU President Fu Zhengtai visited the City University of New York.
A delegation from Tokyo University visits BCU.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Nakasone Yasuhiro happily accepts the appointment of BCU Visiting Professor.
BCU is invited to participate in activities of the Sino-Russian Education Year in Russia.
President of Burgos University in Spain is appointed as the Visiting Professor of BCU.
About 200 BCU students work in the USA each year (photo: BCU students working in Yellow Stone National Park, USA)
BCU signs the agreement with Ukrainian universities to jointly establish the Chinese Cultural Center.
BCU and the City University of Hong Kong collaborate to cultivate students majoring in Tourism.
TAFE colleges in Australia visit our university.
BCU explores collaboration in attorney education with British universities.