In 1954, The Communication University of China was first founded as the training center for the Central Bureau of Broadcasting Administration in Beijing; and later reestablished into Beijing Broadcasting College for Professional Training in 1958. From being a training center to an academic establishment, it went through many challenges and hardships, but has made tremendous contributions to the industry along the way, as well as becoming a vital part for the development of Chinese broadcasting industry.
On March 3, 1954; the Central Bureau of Broadcasting Administration set up a training course for radio broadcasting technicians at the LianXiang Broadcasting Station of Beijing; this marked the beginning and the establishment of educational institutions, and systems for the nation’s broadcast and television industries. The course ran for 6 generations, and has generated 922 professional technicians for the industry.
Graduation Photo for the First Training Course for Radio Broadcasting Technicians
In August 2004; approved by the Ministry of Education, the Institute was renamed into The Communication University of China on its 50th anniversary. This expanded the areas for development, and also fulfilled the ultimate dream for the entire institute. With the aim to develop and constructing a world renowned communication university; The Communication University of China devote itself to focus on media convergence; creativities; international media talent training. Our university encourages subject development, with a saying of “Using basic subject to enter mainstream, and create a first-class discipline.”