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|Statistical Bulletin 2010 - Page 4|
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In 2010, in non-degree education (continuing education and training) there were 2,527,200 graduates with a certificate. There were 899,400 registered students (referring to students who registered for study and have not yet finished school). See Table 7.
Table 7. Number of Students in Non-Degree Programme in 2010
unit: ten thousand/session
In 2010, in the non-degree programmes (continuing education and training), there were 472,700 students in "certificate training", and 333,500 students doing "on-the-job training", totaling 806,200, constituting 31.9% of the total number of students with a certificate.
In 2010, in the non-degree programmes (continuing education and training), 49,500 students graduated from the "foreign languages training", 89,900 from the "accounting training" and 164,500 students from the "computer training", with the above three kinds totaling 303,900, constituting 12.02% of the total number of students involved in continuing education and training.
In 2010, there were a total of 94,500 staff members in the CRTVUs, including 57,100 full-time teachers, 17,600 administrative staff, 1,700 researchers, 10,700 teaching support staff, 6,500 logistics staff and 1,000 other staff members.
Among all the staff, 22,600 held senior professional titles, 36,900 held mid-level professional titles, and 19,100 held junior professional titles, constituting 23.86%, 39.06% and 20.15% respectively of the total. Among the full-time teachers, 16,500 held senior professional titles, and 25,900 held mid-level professional titles, accounting for 28.84% and 45.45% respectively of the total.
In 2010, there were 37,000 part-time teachers employed by the CRTVUs, 13,400 of them holding senior professional titles and 18,500 with mid-level professional titles, constituting 36.24% and 49.89% respectively of the total. See Figure 2.
In 2010, of the full-time teachers, 400 had a doctorate, 6,196 had a master's degree, 47,587 had a bachelor's degree, and 2,914 had a diploma or lesser qualification, constituting 0.7%, 10.85%, 83.35%, and 5.1%, of the total respectively.
In 2010, the full-time teachers in 11 disciplines included 6,624 in Economics, 4,538 in Law, 5,617 in Pedagogy, 12,378 in Literature (including 4,585 in Foreign Languages), 3,837 in Philosophy and History, 6,224 in Natural Science, 12,030 in Engineering (including 5,438 in Computer Science), 730 in Agronomy (including 132 in Forestry), 1,071 in Medicine, and 4,048 in Management.
In 2010, the age structure of the full-time teachers was: 12,000 at or below aged 30, constituting 21.06%; 22,300 between aged 31 to 40, constituting 39.04%; 17,400 between aged 41 to 50, constituting 30.49%; 5,300 between aged 51 to 60, constituting 9.23%, and 105 at or above aged 61, constituting 0.18%. Overall, most were young or middle-aged teachers in the CRTVUs.
Ⅳ. Assets and College Buildings
In 2010, fixed assets with property rights held by the CRTVUs were valued at 27.555 billion yuan, including 6.755 billion yuan of machines and equipment for teaching and research; there were 75.7067 million books, 395,900 computers with 306,100 for teaching, language laboratories providing 82,500 seats, and multimedia laboratories providing 623, 600 seats.
Fixed assets without property rights were valued at 6.538 billion yuan, with 1.057 billion yuan of the assets being used independently, and 5.481 billion yuan of them being shared.
In 2010, the total construction area of college buildings with property rights was 22.8905 million square meters, including 10.9017 million square meters for teaching and support use, 2.4216 million square meters for administrative offices, and 7.3317 million square meters for living quarters.
The total construction area of the college buildings without property rights amounted to 5.8514 million square meters, of which 1.6222 million square meters were used exclusively by the CRTVUs and 4.2292 million square meters were shared.