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China Institute of Industrial Relations

 

China Institute of Industrial Relations

China Institute of Industrial Relations
Traditional Chinese 中國勞動關係學院
Simplified Chinese 中国劳动关系学院
China Labor College
Traditional Chinese 中國工運學院
Simplified Chinese 中国工运学院

The China Institute of Industrial Relations, known until 2003 as the China Labor College, is a university in Beijing, China.[1] It is run by the All-China Federation of Trade Unions. As of 2009, its enrollment comprised roughly 1,100 people in the undergraduate division, and 600 in the vocational division.[2] It carries out teaching and research across a range of the social and management sciences, with a particular focus on courses on trade unionism, labour law, industrial relations, economic management and public administration.

Notable people

  • Gao Yuanyuan, graduated in 2002 with a certificate in public relations, film actress[3]
  • Lü Jiamin (Jiang Rong), former associate professor, author of best-selling novel Wolf Totem[4]

References

  1. ^ "中国工运学院改制 更名为中国劳动关系学院", Xinhua News, 2003-06-20, retrieved 2011-08-03 
  2. ^ "中国劳动关系学院:09年招生计划1700人", Xinhua News, 2009-05-08, retrieved 2011-08-03 
  3. ^ "高圆圆毕业四年,回母校"拿"毕业证", Xinhua News, 2006-04-11, retrieved 2011-08-03 
  4. ^ "青春如火,草原如歌", Sina News, 2008-05-09, retrieved 2011-08-03 

External links

  • Official website (Chinese)
  • Official website (English)



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