Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen institute (TBSI) is jointly established in 2015 by Tsinghua University and University of California, Berkeley under the support of the Shenzhen Municipal Government. Its mission is to pursue interdisciplinary research, international education and industrial partnership, and it is committed to cultivating collaboration between academia, industry and government.
At TBSI, students will be provided with excellent research environment and encouraged to develop their innovative thinking and creativity in trans-disciplinary research. Students wil be provided guidance of world-class faculty and industry advisors.
Establish a unique ecosystem for transformational technology research that address global challenges. Design trans-disciplinary research programs and graduate curricula. Train entrepreneurs and global leaders in science and technology.
TBSI will build an international and innovative talents education and research system with the integration of two high-quality scientific research and educational resources, actively respond to and solve big issues.
We are looking for top-level talents with global vision. We are offering very competitive compensation packages and ample opportunities for innovation. Let's make history together.
TBSI provides a unique global ecological environment for the development of revolutionary technology research and innovative talents, builds an innovative interdisciplinary training system, and nurtures future entrepreneurs and global technology leaders.
New platform for high-throughput production of superior organoids
Tsinghua Shenzhen International Graduate School Launched in Shenzhen
The Third China-Israel Innovation Forum held in Shen Zhen
【Call for application】TBSI 2019 International Admission
Tsinghua International Graduate School at Shenzhen (Phase I) Project officially initiated
Addressing global-scale challenges in energy, environmental pollution and global warming issues.
We will explore advanced materials and device technologies to improve people’s quality of life with sensor networks.
Address key challenges and issues in global health by accelerating the transfer of knowledge and discoveries in this field.