The Sino-German Institute of Applied Technology is jointly organized by Chongqing Yitong College and Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany. It is a secondary college of Chongqing Yitong College that has been approved and filed by the government.
In January 2014, approved by the "Notice of the Ministry of Education on Announcement of the Approval Results of Sino-foreign Cooperation in Running Schools in the Second Half of 2013" (Jiaowai School Letter  No. 5), Chongqing Yitong College and Heidelberg University of Applied Sciences in Germany The electrical engineering and automation 3+1 undergraduate education project (approval number: MOE50DE2A20131577N) was approved for official enrollment.
In March 2021, in accordance with the "Notice of the Ministry of Education on Approving Sino-foreign Cooperation in Running Schools in the Second Half of 2020" (Jiaowaihan  No. 8), Chongqing Yitong College and the University of Applied Sciences North Hesse, Germany The 3+1 undergraduate Chinese-foreign cooperative education program in mechanical design, manufacturing and automation (approval number: MOE50DE2A20212159N) was approved for official enrollment.
The college is the only school in the southwest region that cooperates with German universities, and it is also the college with the largest number of German books in the southwest region. Our school has signed cooperative education agreements with more than ten German universities such as Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Heidelberg University of Applied Sciences, North Hesse University of Applied Sciences, Essen University of Applied Sciences of Economics and Management, etc., and extensively develops the connection of German undergraduate and junior colleges. Undergraduate, undergraduate double degree, undergraduate and master's co-education program, majors cover electrical engineering and automation, mechanical design and manufacturing and automation, business management, electrical automation technology, communication technology, computer application technology and other characteristic majors. So far, nearly 900 students have been successfully sent to study in partner universities in Germany, and there are more than 1,700 students preparing to go to Germany.