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Business • Communication • Law • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Literature
Originally founded as Far East University in 1962 by Chang Chi-yun, the school was renamed College of Chinese Culture by President Chiang Kai-shek in 1963 and finally became Chinese Culture University in 1980. CCU is now organized into twelve academic colleges: Liberal Arts, Foreign Language and Literature, Social Sciences, Science, Engineering, Business Administration, Journalism and Communications, Arts, Environmental Design, Law, Agriculture, and Education.
Literature • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Tamkang University enjoys widespread recognition as Taiwan's oldest private institution of higher learning and one of its most distinguished. The school ranks 9th on comprehensive measures by Taiwan's Ministry of Education and in the top 50 universities in Asia. Over 28,000 students of fifty nationalities form the diverse student body of the school. The school has partnerships with over a hundred sister universities in 28 countries. The university's main campus in historic Tamsui is noted for its scenery. Casually, members of the university community call themselves 'Tamkangians.' Tamkang University is ranked 251-300 in English Language and Literature by QS World University Rankings in 2015.
Business • International Relations • Management • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Literature
NCCU specializes in Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, Management, Politics, and International Affairs programs. A great number of graduate students work in government departments. NCCU has recently engaged in the field of Information Technology and Natural science. NCCU College of Commerce is ranked among the 4 palmes by Eduniversal. and accredited by EQUIS. NCCU College of Foreign Languages and Literature offers distinctive academic programs on Slavic Languages and Literature, Arabic Languages and Literature and Turkish Language and Culture. Institute of International Relations of NCCU is ROC's premiere research center on Chinese Communist Party, International security and International Relations. The Center for Public and Business Administration Education (CPBAE) of NCCU and its adjunct organization, the Center for Civil Service Education (CCSE), an institute of NCCU, is to provide training for management personnel in government institutions and public and private enterprises. NCCU is the only higher education institution that has a Department of Diplomacy in ROC. NCCU's College of International Affairs is affiliated with The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (with full members including John F. Kennedy School of Government) with specializations on International Relations, East Asian studies and Russian studies.
Today, NCCU has established an education system for students from pre-school to higher education, including a kindergarten, an elementary school, a high school, 9 colleges, and several graduate institutes.
Currently, the University comprises 5 colleges and 22 departments, which offer 19 master's programs and 5 doctoral programs. The number of students currently enrollment is around 17,000, and the faculty and staff is about 1,000 in total. CYUT’s excellent teachers and facilities have been readily receiving recognition. With its goal of becoming a large type of institution of higher learning.
Computer Science, Robotics • Electrical, Electronic • Management
AU was ranked the 83rd in 2014 THE (Times Higher Education) ranking of the 100 best universities in Asia. It was also ranked the 99th in the 2014 THE ranking of the 100 best universities around the world under 50 years. Furthermore, AU was ranked 53rd in 2014 THE BRICS and Emerging Economies Ranking of Universities in the world.
In addition, AU was one of the top universities in Taiwan with outstanding teaching achievements according to the MOE (Ministry of Education, Taiwan) evaluation, having been granted consecutively for 11 years Projects of Teaching Excellency Promotion by the MOE. It is also evaluated by the famous Cheers magazine as the 2nd in the top 20 universities in school-running progress in Taiwan.
Computer Science, Robotics • Electrical, Electronic • Management
Taiwan Tech enrolled 5,645 undergraduates and 4,744 graduate students, and employed 414 full-time faculties and about 318 staff members in 2013. The university’s 14 departments and 24 graduate programs are divided into the following 7 colleges, College of Engineering, College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, School of Management, College of Design, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, College of Intellectual Property Studies, and Honors College.
Taiwan Tech has five campuses, the Gongguan campus, located at 43 Keelung Rd, Sec. 4, situated in the south region of Taipei City, being the main campus covers an area of approximately 10 hectares, while the whole campuses cover up to 44.5 hectares.
Bank, Insurance • Management
Established by the merger of Taipei Municipal University of Education and the Taipei Physical Education College in August 2013, University of Taipei can trace its roots into the late 19th century.
Four UT faculty members had been invited to be Minister of Cabinet Office of Taiwan government, ROC and President of National Academy for Educational Research, representing UT's intellectual contribution to national policy of Taiwan. In 2013, UT received award from Springer for the top Taiwan institution with highest attention publication of the world in 2013, representing the strongest academic impact on international readership, leading ahead the rest of universities in Taiwan. Offering 53 bachelor, master, and doctoral degree programs in 4 colleges, UT values international diversity, which greatly enriches global view of all students and sets a connecting platform of international career development for future leaders. UT seeks to exert far-reaching knowledge impact to the world on fields including art, humanity, science, education, public affair, and sport science.
Computer Science, Robotics • Electrical, Electronic • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Bank, Insurance • Management • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
The university consists of the colleges of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Management, Finance and Banking and Foreign Languages with 15 departments and 27 graduate institutes. Around 235 teachers and 6,718 students are engaged in academic activities.
NKFUST aims to set up graduate programs and to continue to distinguish itself as a vital research and training center, ensuring that its graduates are well prepared for Taiwan is competitive job market.
Medicine, General, Internal
The campus is located at Wuxing Street, right behind Taipei Medical University Hospital. The school buildings have classrooms and research labs. There is a gymnasium, conference rooms, sports fields and swimming pool. There are 6,000 students, 418 full-time and 600 part-time faculty members. As of September 2010, there have been more than 31,000 TMU graduates.
In 2012, Taipei Medical University was ranked as one of the World's Top 100 universities at which to study medicine, according to the QS World University Rankings.
Management • Medicine, General, Internal
Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology • Medicine, General, Internal
Yang-Ming is named after the Chinese philosopher Wang Yangming.
Audit, Accounting Law
Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Law • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
Management • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
MCUT has been consistently regarded as one of the top technical and vocational universities in Taiwan and is well known for its co-operative training programs.
Management • Energy, Fuels • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
MingDao's specialized areas of research include renewable energy engineering (especially solar, wind, and hydrogen), and its Department of Post Modern Agriculture is active in the promotion of organic agriculture across East and Southeast Asia. The university's motto is "Wisdom, Virtue, Honesty, Progress."
Computer Science, Robotics • Management • Medicine, General, Internal
NCKU is one of the most prestigious universities in Taiwan, with a high reputation in science, engineering, medicine, management, planning and design. U.S. News & World Report ranked it the #22 Best Global University for Engineering and Computer Science in 2014. Times Higher Education- QS World University Rankings and Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities, NCKU was ranked second or third among all universities in Taiwan. Many surveys throughout the years have shown that its students are most desired by Taiwanese companies. NCKU has 9 colleges, 40 departments, 82 graduate institutes, and 54 research centers, and it is also a major university, educational, and area-network center in Taiwan.
NCKU is among the four universities of the Taiwan Comprehensive University System.
NCTU was originally founded in Xujiahui, Shanghai as Nan Yang Public School (南洋公學) by Sheng Xuanhuai in 1896. After the Chinese Civil War, NCTU was re-established in Hsinchu by former Chiao Tung University faculty and alumni members in 1958.
Tunghai University (THU; Chinese: 東海大學) was founded by Methodist missionaries in 1955 as a comprehensive university, the first private university and the second oldest university in Taiwan. The university is located in Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan, an urbanized area. On the grounds, the Luce Memorial Chapel (designed by noted architect I. M. Pei) is a local landmark. The logo of the university contains a cross in reference to the statement in the founding documents that it was "founded in the love of Jesus," and the three linked circles refer to the Holy Trinity as well as the motto, "Truth, Faith, Deeds."
The name "Tunghai" is the Wade–Giles romanization of the Chinese characters 東海 (Dōnghǎi in pinyin), literally meaning "the east coast of the Taiwan Strait".
Chung Cheng is among the four universities of Taiwan's Public Ivy - the Taiwan Comprehensive University System.