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Beijing Transportation Vocational and Technical College

Beijing Jiaotong Vocational and Technical College is a full-time general higher vocational school organized by the Changping District Government and filed by the national education authority. The college was founded in 1984 and was formerly known as the Changping Branch of Northern Jiaotong University. In January 2005, with the approval of the Beijing Municipal People's Government, it was independently established as Beijing Transportation Vocational and Technical College.

The college covers an area of 305 acres and offers 26 majors. Since the establishment of the school, it has been adhering to the school-running philosophy of "running high-quality higher vocational education, creating an employment brand" and taking high-quality employment of students as the school-running guide. The college pays attention to the training of students' vocational skills, expands employment competitiveness, strengthens professional training internships and social practice activities, adheres to the "dual certificate" training method that combines education and professional certificate training, and improves the quality of training practical talents.

The college adheres to the school positioning of "based in Changping, facing Beijing, serving regional economic development and transportation industry", and has delivered a large number of high-quality technical and technical talents for the capital's regional economic and social development. The college continues to increase school-enterprise cooperation, and has successively cooperated with Beijing Metro Operation Company, Glodon, Beijing-Hong Kong Metro, Beijing Construction Engineering, China Railway Construction, China State Construction, China Communications Construction, Beijing Zhuhai Group, Beijing Metro, Tianzhi Consulting, China Many large enterprises such as China Railway have established cooperative relations and set up "order classes". Over the past few years, the employment rate of graduates has remained above 95%, and the employment rate of key majors has reached 100%, achieving a win-win situation for the college, students, enterprises and society.