According to a document issued jointly by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, and the National Postdoctoral Affairs Management Committee, BJUT has been approved to establish a new postdoctoral research station in Applied Economics.
Postdoctoral research stations play a vital role in the recruitment and development of talented postdoctoral graduates. As of now, BJUT has established 19 such stations across its first-level doctoral disciplines. The University will continue to work on improving its system for cultivating postdoctoral talent and providing better support for postdoctoral researchers. BJUT aims to attract exceptional doctoral graduates from both domestic and international backgrounds to participate in advanced research.