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|Statistical Bulletin 2007|
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Statistical Bulletin on the Status of the CRTVUs in 2007
In 2007, the system of the China Radio and TV Universities (CRTVUs) consisted of the China Central Radio and TV University (CCRTVU, now the Open University of China, the OUC); 44 provincial radio and TV universities (PRTVUs) (referring to the radio and TV universities established in provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government and cities with economic planning directly supervised by the State Council and other independently established RTVUs); 956 branch schools of radio and TV universities （RTVUs） at the prefecture and city level (referring to 780 branch schools and 176 working stations under the direct administration of the PRTVUs); and 1,875 working stations of county-level RTVUs (referring to the working stations under the direct administration of the branch schools).
Ⅰ. The Degree/Diploma Education
1. Open Education
In 2007, 553,800 students graduated from the CCRTVU with either a bachelor's degree (after getting an associate degree or junior college diploma), an associate degree (junior college diploma) or a certificate from the One- College-Student-for-One-Village Programme. Among these, 214,500 were undergraduates. They included 3,953 who received a bachelor's degree, 327,500 with an associate degree, and the 11,800 with a certificate from the One-College-Student-for-One-Village Programme.
Table 1. Number of Students of Each Course in Junior College Programme in 2007
Note: courses are sequenced according to the number of active students.
In 2007, enrollment in CCRTVU open education programme totaled 742,100. This included 243,000 undergraduate students, 463,700 junior college students and 35,400 students involved in the One-College-Student-for-One-Village Programme.
In 2007, there were 1,986,300 active students registered in CCRTVU open education programme, including 704,000 undergraduate students, 1,210,300 junior college students and 72,000 students in the One-College-Student-for- One-Village Programme.