Lunghwa University of Science and Technology
|Lunghwa University of Science and Technology|
|Motto in English||Diligence, Dedication, Honesty, and Simplicity|
Upgraded in 1998
Renamed in 2001
|Type||Vocational/Technical education, Science and technology education|
|Location||33306, NO. 300, Sec. 1, Wanshou Rd., Gueishan, Taoyuan County, Taiwan, R.O.C., Republic of China|
|Campus||Urban and Suburban|
Lunghwa University of Science and Technology (Chinese: 龍華科技大學; abbreviated as LHU) is a private university of science and technology in the Taiwanese vocational education system, originally based in Gueishan, Taoyuan County, Taiwan, R.O.C..
As its spirit of fundamental of initial creation in its school song, "a technical skill can be valued unlimitedly; both hands can be creating infinitely for country." The LHU is a multi-technology institution that has a good open-mined system and universal spirit of root cause studying architecture among structured cells.
Popular undergraduate majors at LHU include electronics, business, mechanic, engineering, finance, philology, international business, industrial management, multi-media and gaming science, tourism and leisure science and computer science. Popular fields of study among graduate students include electronics, engineering, computer science and finance. LHU claims to provide HTC, TSMC, UMC and other famous firms with more engineering, computer science and business graduates than any other college or university, and philanthropic support of LHU is among the highest in the Taiwanese vocational education system and technical education system.
Colleges and Departments 
There are three colleges in LHU:
- College of Engineering
- College of Management
- College of Humanities and Design
Sister universities 
Sister schools of Lunghwa include:
- Chan I-hua - performed self-immolation on May 19, 1989 when the funeral procession of fellow activist Cheng Nan-jung (who had similarly immolated himself) was blocked by the police in front of the Presidential Office Building in Taipei on what is now called Ketagalan Boulevard.
See also 
- Lunghwa University of Science and Technology website (Chinese (Taiwan))
- Lunghwa University of Science and Technology website (English)