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Communication University of China
中国传媒大学
Main building

Main building of CUC
Motto 立德、敬业、博学、竞先 (Chinese)
Motto in English Integrity, Professionalism, Erudition and Competence
Established 1954
Type Public
Faculty 1096
Staff 1897
Students 15,307
Undergraduates 9264
Postgraduates 3512
Location Beijing, China
Campus Urban
116.88 acres (473,000 m²)
Former names Beijing Broadcasting Institute (1959 - 2004)
Website (Chinese)cuc.edu.cn

The Communication University of China, CUC, (Simplified Chinese: 中国传媒大学 pinyin: Zhongguo Chuanmei Daxue) is a university in Beijing, China. It was formerly known as the Beijing Broadcasting Institute, BBI, (北京广播学院, pinyin: bei jing guang bo xue yuan) (or Beijing Broadcasting University) is located in Dingfuzhuang, on Chaoyang Lu just outside of the Eastern 5th Ring Road in Eastern Beijing. It is easily accessible via car or via Beijing subway Batong line, with the stop "Communication University of China" (中国传媒大学) just next to the university.

Beijing Broadcasting Institute (BBI) was founded in March of 1954.

Extensive topics relating to broadcasting, such as hosting and presenting, news, media, animation, production of movies, and related TV technologies are taught there.

On August 19, 2004, the State Council of the People's Republic of China approved the renaming of the institute to the Communication University of China, making it an official "university".

The university is under the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China. Noted CCTV broadcasters, such as Luo Jing (of 7 o'clock news fame), Hai Xia, Li Yong, presenters from Phoenix Television (Hong Kong), such as Chen Luyu and Dong Jiayao as well as Zhang Haijie from MediaCorp TV (Singapore), graduated from the university. As a result, its recognition in the Chinese media circle is very prominent.

Bachelor, master and doctor's degrees are handed out to graduates.

The foreign student population is approximately 200.

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Coordinates: 39°54′33″N 116°33′01″E / 39.909106°N 116.550162°E / 39.909106; 116.550162

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