Cheonan National Technical College

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Cheonan National Technical College
Active 1973–2005 (2005)
Type Public
Academic staff 90
Location Cheonan, South Chungcheong, South Korea
36°51′01″N 127°09′00″E / 36.85027°N 127.15003°E / 36.85027; 127.15003Coordinates: 36°51′01″N 127°09′00″E / 36.85027°N 127.15003°E / 36.85027; 127.15003
Website http://cntc.ac.kr/
Cheonan National Technical College
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Cheonan Gungnip Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Ch'ŏnan Kungnip Taehak

Cheonan National Technical College was a public vocational college located in Cheonan City, South Chungcheong province, South Korea. The school was amalgamated with Kongju National University in 2005 and exists today as Kongju National University's Cheonan campus.

Academics[edit]

Academic offerings are largely in industrial and technical fields. The various departments are divided into three divisions: Machinery, Electricity and Electronic Communications, and Materials and Environmental Design. In addition, the department of liberal arts is not affiliated with any division.

History[edit]

The school opened in 1973 as Cheonan Industrial Technical School (천안공업전문학교). It was brought under national jurisdiction in 1982.

Sister schools[edit]

Ties exist with schools in Japan (Nagano Technical Junior College), Taiwan (National Yun-Ling Institute of Technology), Australia (University of Newcastle) and America (Bemidji State University).

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