ABOUT COLLEGE OF INNOVATION
Leading Innovation and Pushing Innovation
Our colleges of ELITE are a collection of self-sufficient communities of scholars providing social and academic support for students. We named our colleges as CAMOT as we have 15 years of cumulations of academic resources since CAMOT was born in 2006.
Innovation is the life-blood of competitiveness, and the best way to adapt to the complex and changeable business environment is to keep up with and surpass the pace of business development and to innovate.
Our College of Innovation aims to stimulate fresh ideas and perspectives and help our students to develop innovative thinking and train business professionals so that they can reshape the company with their creativity and entrepreneurial vision, and rethink the role of innovative business in society. In this age, digital transformation has given birth to new business models, and new economies are on the rise.
Our education philosophy is to educate students, leaders and managers on how to stimulate critical thinking, promote innovation within organization. This process starts from the process of generating ideas, extends to the issue of organizing and funding innovation, and finally benefits from it in different ways. The teaching mix further strengthens and develops soft skills in workshops, focusing on career and personal and professional development. Our College of Innovation has a core curriculum system that spans the humanities and social sciences. For understanding the complexity of society and improving the analytical and speculative skills necessary for future changers, these interdisciplinary curriculum structures will open up students’ business thinking and analytical skills.
We deliver large scale lectures/demonstrations and transmitting explicit knowledge online while we conduct small-group teaching sessions, providing tutorials and/or supervisions offline. We foster critical thinking and independent analysis through individual preparation, i.e. reading, thinking and writing, then engaged participation in presentation/debate for teasing out and transmitting tacit knowledge.
MEET OUR TEAM
Here to Help Students Grow
PROFESSOR RICHARD LI-HUA
Founder and President
Professor Richard Li-Hua, PhD, is currently President of ELITE Innovation College Cambridge, UK. He is the Founder of China’s Embracing Innovation theory and is well-known for his research on China’s innovation and innovation strategy. He was Visiting Scholar at Judge Business School, Cambridge University, UK (2009) and is currently Strategic Adviser at Research Center of Technology Innovation, Tsinghua University, China. He is also the Founder and President of China Association for Management of Technology (CAMOT) founded in 2006 at Tsinghua University.
He is a transformational leader with resilience who managed SIAS International University, an Sino-American university in China and managed New Beacon Campus, a large and comprehensive campus in the UK with a strong leadership (2014-2020). He has a passion and strong commitment for global higher education with well-established leadership experiences in both public and private sectors of the global higher education in the UK, US and China.
PROFESSOR RICHARD LI-HUA, FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT OF EICC
VIDEO ON CHINA EMBRACING INNOVATION
VIDEOS FROM CAMOT PREVIOUS SPEAKERS
PROFESSOR YONGJIANG SHI, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, UK
PROFESSOR YAN XU, HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, CHINA
SPEAKERS FROM ELITE ONLINE GLOBAL INNOVATION WEBINAR
Dr Sara Medina 12.05.2021
Professor Zhou Yuan 12.05.2021
Professor Narinder Kakar 25.06.2021
SPEAKERS FROM UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT FORUM LONDON 2021
Shaping the world through innovation, leadership and resilience in the global higher education in the post COVID -19 era
Professor Richard Li-Hua, Founder and President of CAMOT and ELITE Innovation College Cambridge, UK
Innovate or Die: The Future of Higher-education in a Post Pandemic World
Professor Philip G. Laird, Vice President, Innovation, Global and Academic Partnerships, Trinity Western University
Expanding the Availability and Flexibility of Higher Education
Dr. Henri Hatayama, President, J.F.Oberlin University, Tokyo, Japan
E-learning for education in the Post-Pandemic Era
Ms. Elsie N. Effange-Mbella, Senior Gender Adviser, UN-MONUSCO in the Democratic Republic of the Congo