National University of Tainan

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National University of Tainan
國立臺南大學
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Motto 仁、智、誠、正 (Chinese)
Motto in English Benevolence, Intelligence, Sincerity, and Uprightness
Established April 1898 (as Tainan Normal School)
August 2004 (as NUTN)
Type Public (National)
President Huang Hsiu-shuang (黃秀霜)
Academic staff 237
Undergraduates 4,195
Postgraduates 2,415
Location East District, Tainan, Taiwan
Campus Urban,
29.281988 acres (0.1185 km²),
Secondary 296.50175 acres (1.1999 km²)[clarification needed]
Website eng.nutn.edu.tw/
National University of Tainan
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

The National University of Tainan (NUTN; Chinese: 國立臺南大學; pinyin: Guólì Táinán Dàxué) is a university in East District, Tainan, Taiwan.

History[edit]

NUTN was originally founded as Tainan Normal School on April 1898. In January 1946, the school was renamed Taiwan Provincial Tainan Normal School. In August 1962, the school was promoted to Taiwan Provincial Tainan Junior Teachers College. The college was then promoted to Taiwan Provincial Tainan Teachers College in July 1987. In July 1991, it was then again promoted as National Tainan Teachers College. In August 2004, the college was finally promoted and renamed National University of Tainan.[1]

Faculties[edit]

  • College of Education
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • College of Science and Engineering
  • College of Environmental Sciences and Ecology
  • College of Performance and Visual Arts

Transportation[edit]

The university is accessible within walking distance South of Tainan Station of the Taiwan Railway Administration.

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