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Civil Aviation University of China is a general college directly under the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China, which mainly cultivates advanced engineering technology and management talents. The predecessor of the school was the Second Civil Aviation School of the Civil Aviation Administration of the Military Commission established in September 1951. In December 1958, it was renamed the Chinese Civil Aviation Advanced Aviation School. In June 1963, it was included in the sequence of ordinary colleges and universities. It was renamed the Chinese Civil Aviation Mechanical College. On August 10, 1981, it was renamed the China Civil Aviation Academy. On May 30, 2006, it was renamed the Civil Aviation University of China.
Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC) is the only university of its kind with all the necessary disciplines that trains high-level engineers, technicians and managerial personnel. During these ten years, CAUC offers all kinds of educational training courses to the students from Australia, Russia, Nepal, Sudan and so on. The courses consist of language training, vocational skills training, and diploma education.
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The school has 2 national-level experimental teaching demonstration centers, 1 national-level virtual simulation experimental center, 1 national model engineering professional degree graduate joint training base, 1 national engineering practice education center, and Tianjin municipal experimental teaching demonstration center 9 There are 2 virtual simulation experiment centers in Tianjin.
The school adheres to the strategy of strengthening the school by talents, and a large number of well-known experts and scholars have emerged in the civil aviation industry, Tianjin, and even at home and abroad. There are 1068 full-time teachers in the school, including more than 400 teachers with senior titles, 10 doctoral tutors, 1 National Outstanding Youth Fund winner, 1 Tianjin professor, 4 Tianjin teaching teachers, and 4 civil aviation experts. There are 9 young and middle-aged technology leaders in civil aviation.
Tianjin is a metropolis in northern China and one of the five national central cities of the People’s Republic of China. Tianjin borders Hebei Province and Beijing Municipality, bounded to the east by the Bohai Gulf portion of the Yellow Sea.
In terms of urban population, it is the sixth-largest city of the People’s Republic of China. Tianjin’s urban area is located along the Hai River, which connects to the Yellow and Yangtze Rivers via the Grand Canal in Tianjin. Satellite view is showing Tianjin, fifth largest ‘city’ in China, located along the Hai He River.
Tianjin is favored with rich natural resources, with abundant reserves of oil, gas, salt, coal and geothermal heat. Since ancient times, Tianjin’s fishing and salt industries have flourished, and there are many agricultural specialties. Tianjin is also one of the cradles of China’s modern industry, with a strong industrial base.
Tianjin, as an important commercial city since ancient times, today’s commercial, trade and financial center in North China as well as the largest coastal city and economic center open to the outside world, boasts its economic and trade relations with more than 160 countries and regions in the world. Tianjin has a flourishing culture and strong force of science and technology. There are 28 universities and colleges and more than 370 scientific research institutions, with a personnel of more than 500,000, which constitutes the important potential for its economic development.
Tianjin is now the largest industrial base in northern China. Chemical, mechanical, metallurgical, electronic and light textile industries are complete, and mainstay products such as automobiles, petroleum, steel pipes and elevators all have their important share in the country.
Tianjin has a semi-arid climate. It has a four-season, monsoon-influenced climate, typical of East Asia, with cold, windy, very dry winters reflecting the influence of the vast Siberian anticyclone, and hot, humid summers, due to the monsoon. Spring in the city is dry and windy, occasionally seeing sandstorms blowing in from the Gobi Desert, capable of lasting for several days. The monthly 24-hour average temperature ranges from −3.4 °C (25.9 °F) in January to 26.8 °C (80.2 °F) in July, the city receives 2,522 hours of bright sunshine annually. Having a low annual total precipitation of 511 millimeters (20.1 in), and nearly three-fifths of it occurring in July and August alone, the city lies within the semi-arid zone, with parts of the municipality being humid continental.