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Tongji University
Shanghai, China

Established in 1907, Tongji University is one of the Class A universities in the World-leading University Construction Program of China. With over a century of history, Tongji University has always valued the balanced development of talent cultivation, scientific research, community service, cultural inheritance and innovation, and international cooperation.

Tongji University now covers 10 broad categories of academic disciplines including Engineering, Science, Medicine, Management, Economics, Philosophy, Literature, Law, Education, and Fine Arts. It’s home to nearly 3,000 full-time faculty members, of which 1,074 hold senior professional titles, 31 are academicians of two academies (the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering). There are almost 18,500 full-time undergraduate students, 11,000 graduate students and 6, 500 doctoral candidates with 5,200 international students pursuing degrees here.

Tongji University offers 82 undergraduate majors, 26 professional master’s programs in 45 broad academic disciplines, 9 professional doctoral programs in 33 broad academic disciplines and 30 postdoctoral mobile research stations. Tongji University houses 17 state-level laboratories, research centers and platforms and 70 Key Laboratories and Engineering (Technology) Research Centers at the provincial and ministerial levels. Also, there are nine hospitals, six middle and primary schools affiliated with the University.

With close historical ties with German and European universities, Tongji University is actively expanding its influence to North America, Asia and Africa. So far it has established 12 international cooperation platforms in partnership with Germany, France, Italy, Finland, Spain and United Nations agencies.

Website: https://en.tongji.edu.cn/About/Introduction.htm

VSE Season 1, 2022-23: Courses offered by Tongji University


Application Deadline

Students must submit an application to the VSE Central Office before:
Jun 30, 2022 12:00 noon Hong Kong Time (UTC+8)



Course Information

Course information posted on this page are provided by the course offering university and may be changed or updated anytime without prior notice.

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Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Economics and Management
Course TeacherHAN Yilong
Language of InstructionEnglish
First Day of ClassSep 1, 2022
Last Day of ClassNov 11, 2022
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
Course Description“Quality Management” is an optional course for undergraduate students from oversea. In the coming 17 weeks, the course will cover the main contents, concept of quality, Review on the development of the theories and practices of Quality Management, Basic concepts of Quality Management such as Quality Management System, quality planning, quality controlling, quality assurance, quality improvement, the relationship between quality with income and quality with cost, the very important quality management theory——Total quality management, some skills Kano Model and QFD method, quality and supplier relationship, and so on.
Course OutlineTBA
Course Prerequisites/RestrictionsFor business school student only.
Points to Note for StudentsLive sessions/course recordings are unavailable.
Fees to be Borne by StudentsPossible Teaching Material Fee: around 15 US dollars per person per case (subject to change depending on the official price of the Harvard Cases)
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Economics and Management
Course TeacherHAN Zheng
Language of InstructionEnglish
First Day of ClassAug 30, 2022
Last Day of ClassOct 18, 2022
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
Course DescriptionThe course deals with a range of topics which are relevant for strategist or entrepreneur. One goal of the course is to elaborate unique challenges and opportunities an international company will face in the course of achieving its long-term and sustainable strategic objectives in today’s business environment. From an international perspective the course introduces key theories, research findings and practical tools for strategic management. The Chinese context will be used as an example to help participants to understand how and to what extent particularities of a business environment can affect business strategy. Focal areas include industry analysis, strategic positioning, sustainable expansion strategies etc.
Course OutlineFrom Previous Offerings
Course teachers will update the syllabus/outline before new semester begins.
Course Prerequisites/RestrictionsFor business school student only.
Points to Note for StudentsLive sessions/course recordings are unavailable.
Fees to be Borne by StudentsPossible Teaching Material Fee: around 4.5-15 US dollars per person per case (subject to change depending on the official case price of the Harvard Cases)
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Economics and Management
Course TeacherYANG Mengying
Language of InstructionEnglish
First Day of ClassSep 2, 2022
Last Day of ClassDec 23, 2022
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
Course DescriptionThe financial industry in China has developed dramatically since 1980s and it has opened up its financial market to foreign capital step by step. The pace quickened significantly in the recent years in line with its WTO commitments. This course introduces the evolution and recent development of China financial market, as well as basic knowledge of financial market. Case studies will be introduced to class to have micro understanding in this area as well as relevant macro policy making.
Course OutlineTBA
Course Prerequisites/RestrictionsFor business school student only.
Points to Note for StudentsLive sessions/course recordings are unavailable.
Fees to be Borne by StudentsPossible Teaching Material Fee: around 15 US dollars per person per case (subject to change depending on the official price of the Harvard Cases)
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentSchool of Electronics and Information
Course TeacherProf. Junhe Zhou
Language of InstructionEnglish
First Day of ClassSep 1, 2022
Last Day of ClassJan 1, 2023
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
Course DescriptionThis course teaches the fundamentals of DSP technology, from its basic theory to the applications, like FIR and IIR filter design and their applications in video and audio signal processing. The students are expected to gain the knowledge while have the chance to participate in the engineering project. Software and hardware for DSP will be introduced simultaneously.
Course OutlineTBA
Course Prerequisites/RestrictionsRequired course: Signal and systems.
Points to Note for StudentsCourse recordings are available for VSE students.
Fees to be Borne by StudentsN/A
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentCollege of Architecture of Urban Planning
Course TeacherProf. HU Wei
Language of InstructionEnglish
First Day of ClassSep 2022
Last Day of ClassJan 2023
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
Course DescriptionThis course tends to afford students not only intercultural and interdisciplinary perspectives on art representations in history, but also a better understanding of the relationship between art and human activities by comparative study on Chinese art and European art. We are going to discuss a series of important themes of art history. There are four main thematic units to the course, "the Heritage of Chinese and Western Art", "Art Transference and Integration", "Comparative Study on Italian Renaissance and Chinese Literati Art during the Fourteenth to the Sixteenth Century", and "The Meeting of Eastern and Western Art". This course will expand your scope of Chinese art and culture.
Course OutlineTBA
Course Prerequisites/RestrictionsN/A
Points to Note for StudentsN/A
Fees to be Borne by StudentsN/A
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentCollege of Architecture of Urban Planning
Course TeacherProf. ZHOU Minghao
Language of InstructionEnglish
First Day of ClassSep 2022
Last Day of ClassJan 2023
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeTBA
Time ZoneUTC+8
Course DescriptionThe course investigates how the specific cultural, aesthetic, and historical factors shaped the physical environment, and how the different architectural ideas developed, transformed and interacted through history. Each lecture will address a specific theme central to the study of architectural design related to certain era from ancient time to present. History, as well as theory will be illustrated by key architectural works of particular significance.
Course OutlineTBA
Course Prerequisites/RestrictionsN/A
Points to Note for StudentsN/A
Fees to be Borne by StudentsN/A
Number of Credits2
Offering DepartmentCollege of Civil Engineering
Course TeacherProf. Fang Liu
Language of InstructionEnglish
First Day of ClassAug 31, 2022
Last Day of ClassDec 21, 2022
Course ComponentLecture
Mode of TeachingSynchronous
Meeting TimeWed 1000-1135
Time ZoneUTC+8
Course DescriptionSoil Mechanics is a required course for students majoring civil engineering. The objective of this course is to equip students with fundamental principles and methods related to soil mechanics, and to develop their prerequisite skills to conduct foundation design.
Course Outline31175
Course Prerequisites/RestrictionsFor Civil Engineering or relevant majors only.
Points to Note for StudentsCourse recordings are available for VSE students.
Fees to be Borne by StudentsN/A


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