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The CUC devotes itself to cultivate advanced and practical talents with multi-subject knowledge and creativity. Since its day of founding, the school has made such a great contribution to the national business of radio and television that it has gained the fames - "a cradle of China's radio and television talents" and "a well-known university in the field of information communication". Now, there are 15,307 full-time students in the CUC, including 9264 undergraduates, 3512 candidates for doctor and master degrees, and 16780 students in programs of continuing education. Among the total 1897 staff members in the CUC, there is a strong faculty team of 1096 professionals, some of whom enjoy great fame both at home and abroad. In recent years, one professor has been appointed to a distinguished position as the Changjiang Program Scholar; 11 have entered provincial or ministerial leveled Talent Engineering Project; 7 have won the national or municipal Famous Teacher prize; 24 have won the honorable title of Beijing Outstanding Teachers, while a batch of young and middle-aged teachers have grown up into academic backbones, which have, therefore, raised the whole academic level of the school. In addition to all these above, the CUC has employed a number of well-known experts and scholars as visiting professors. The Communication University of China (CUC) is a public university in Beijing, China. Formerly known as the Beijing Broadcasting Institute (BBI) it is one of the Project 211 key universities directly administered by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China. The predecessor of the school was a training center for technicians of the Central Broadcasting Bureau that was founded in 1954. In April 1959, the school was upgraded to the Beijing Broadcasting Institute approved by the State Council. In August 2004, the BBI was renamed into the Communication University of China.

Communication University of China is one of the top public universities in China. It is ranked No.1 of media education and ranked No.1 among language universities in China. According to 2012 China Discipline Ranking approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education, Communication University of China is ranked 1st in "Journalism and Communication" and "Drama Film and Television", 6th in Art Theory, 9th in Design, 17th in Fine Arts, 23rd in Politics and 32nd in Chinese Language and Literature in China