National Taipei University of Technology

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Coordinates: 34°04′20.00″N 118°26′38.75″W / 34.0722222°N 118.4440972°W / 34.0722222; -118.4440972

National Taipei University of Technology
Motto 誠、樸、精、勤[1]
Motto in English Integrity•Simplicity•Professionalism•Diligence
Established 1912
Type Public
President Leehter Yao
Academic staff 451
Students 10,700
Location Taipei, Taiwan
Former names National Taipei Institute of Technology (1994 - 1997)

National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT; Chinese: 國立臺北科技大學; pinyin: Guólì Táiběi Kējì Dàxué), a top-ranked public university in Taiwan, is located in the Daan District of Taipei City, Taiwan. The university is headed by Dr. Leehter Yao, who serves as the president.


The university traces its origins to the establishment of the School of Industrial Instruction (工業講習所) in 1912. This institution underwent several name changes and reorganizations during the Japanese colonial period in Taiwan. By the time the (Nationalist) Republic of China central government was about to settle from the Chinese mainland to Taiwan (as an outcome of the civil war against the Communist regime), this technical institution was renamed Provincial Taipei Institute of Technology (臺灣省立臺北工業專科學校) in 1948, and served as a junior vocational technical college. In 1981, it was renamed National Taipei Institute of Technology (國立臺北工業專科學校), and in the 1990s upgraded its junior college status to that of a university, resulting in the final name change to National Taipei University of Technology (國立臺北科技大學) in 1997. The university currently has 451 full-time faculty members.

NTUT main gate on Zhongxiao East Rd., fitted with the 2011 commencement ceremony banner


The academics of National Taipei University of Technology includes 6 Colleges, 2 centers, and 1 office.

College of Electric Engineering and Computer Science[edit]

College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering[edit]

College of Engineering[edit]

College of Management[edit]

NTUT Design Building, viewed from the intersection of Zhongxiao East Rd. and Xinsheng South Rd. before the completion of the Green Gate

College of Design[edit]

College of Humanities and Social Sciences[edit]

Teacher Education Center[edit]

General Education Center[edit]

Physical Education Office[edit]

NTUT Green Gate, a conspicuous structure at the intersection of Zhongxiao East Rd. and Xinsheng South Rd.

Architecture & Landscape[edit]

The Green Gate[edit]

The Green Gate, completed in 2010, is one of the University's many efforts in making the campus more eco-friendly. It has won the Special Mention of Green Campus and Most Favorable Online in the 2010 Taipei Landscape Award.[2]


Cheers Magazine: Top Universities Favored by Employers[edit]

  • 2007: 9th
  • 2008: 6th
  • 2009: 9th
  • 2010: 9th

Global Views Monthly: Top Graduate Students Favored by Employers[3][edit]

Overall Ranking[edit]

  • 2010: 8th
  • 2009: 9th

Overall Ranking Among Technological Higher Education Institutes[edit]

  • 2010: 2nd
  • 2009: 2nd



The university is accessible from Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station of the Taipei Metro.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Motto (in Chinese)". NTUT. Retrieved 8 October 2014. 
  2. ^ 葉, 芷妘 (12 June 2011). "百年陰森建築 變身綠色大門". 中時電子報. Retrieved 22 July 2011. 
  3. ^ 范, 榮靖 (10 September 2010). "《遠見》104人力銀行 企業最愛研究生大調查". 遠見研究所專刊: 98–103. 

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