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Compare Masters Programs in Technology 2019 in Beijing in China

A program in technology can expose the reliance on machines, electrical devices and computer software and help solve human challenges. A study of this nature may provide foundational instruction in the various industries relying on technological advancements as well as introducing students to new developments in the field.

China, officially the People's Republic of China, is a sovereign state located in East Asia. It is the world's most populous country, with a population of over 1.35 billion.

Owing to Beijing’s status as a cultural and political capital of China, many local and international students have flocked in this city, to study in various colleges and universities. The city offers great opportunities to higher education enthusiasts especially to those aligned towards technology.

Request Information Master's Degrees in Technology in Beijing in China 2019

3 Results in Technology, Beijing Filter

Master in Chemical Engineering and Technology

China University of Petroleum
Campus Full-time 3 years September 2019 China Beijing

Chemical Engineering and Technology is a first-class subject in the category of engineering, which focuses on studying the common discipline of chemical, physical and biochemical process in the chemical industry as well as the other industrial process.

Master in Electronics Science and Technology

Beijing Institute Of Technology
Campus Full-time September 2019 China Beijing

Electronic Information at BIT (including electronic information engineering, electronic science and technology, communications engineering and information counter technology) is a national key program.

Master in Chemical Engineering and Technology

Beijing Institute Of Technology
Campus Full-time September 2019 China Beijing

The Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy Major of BIT belongs to the first-grade subject of chemical engineering and technology which is a key subject set by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the second-grade subject of applied chemistry which is also a national key subject.