Wuhan Institute of Technology

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Wuhan Institute of Technology
武汉工程大学
Motto 团结,严谨,勤奋,求实(Chinese)
Motto in English Unite,Rigorous,Diligent,Seeking truth
Established June 18, 1972
Type National university
President Li Jie (李杰)
Academic staff 2,000
Students 21,000
Location Wuhan, Hubei,  People's Republic of China
Campus Urban, 1,600 mu (亩)
Website www.wit.edu.cn

Wuhan Institute of Technology (WIT; (simplified Chinese: 武汉工程大学; traditional Chinese: 武漢工程大學; pinyin: Wǔhàn Gōngchéng Dàxué; colloquially 武工大, Pinyin: WǔGōngDà) is a university in China. It is regarded as one of the best universities in HuBei,and it is very famous for its subordinate schools School of Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy, School of Environment and Civil Engineering.It has great influence on China'chemical engineering field.

History[edit]

It was founded in 1972 with the old name-HuBei Institute of Petrochemical and Chemical Technology( 湖北化工石油学院)It is under the administration of the Ministry of Education of People's Republic of China. In 1980, under the authorization of Ministry of Education of People's Republic of China,it change its name to Wuhan Institute of Chemical Technology(武汉化工学院).In 2006 it changed its name to Wuhan Institute of Technology(武汉工程大学) by Ministry of Education of People's Republic of China.

Organization and administration[edit]

WIT have 15 schools:[1]

  • School of Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy
  • School of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering
  • School of Material Science and engineering
  • School of Environment and Civil Engineering
  • School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • School of Economic management
  • School of Law & Business
  • School of computer science and engineering
  • School of Science
  • School of Foreign Languages
  • School of Arts
  • School of Adult Education
  • International School
  • Department of P.E
  • School of Telecommunication & Information Engineering

References[edit]

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Coordinates: 30°30′03″N 114°23′13″E / 30.50083°N 114.38694°E / 30.50083; 114.38694