China University of Technology
|Chinese Municipal Vocational School
China Junior College of Industrial and Commercial Management
Chung Kuo Institute of Technology
|Vice-president||Chang Wei-ping, Liao Hsien-wen|
Hukou, Hsinchu County
|China University of Technology|
China University of Technology (CUTe; Chinese: 中國科技大學) is a private university in Taipei, Taiwan. The original campus is situated in Taipei's Wenshan District on five hectares of land. Since 2000, the owner has opened a second campus on 14 hectares of land in the Hukou township of Hsinchu County, Taiwan.
CUTe was founded in 1965 as Chinese Municipal Vocational School. In 1983, the school was renamed to China Junior College of Industrial and Commercial Management. In 2000, the school was renamed again as Chung Kuo Institute of Technology. Finally, in 2005 the school was elevated to university status and on 1 August of the same year, it was renamed China University of Technology.
- College of Business
- College of Computer Science
- College of Management
- College of Planning and Design
The Taipei campus of the university is accessible within walking distance West from Wanfang Hospital Station of the Taipei Metro. The Hsinchu campus of the university is accessible within walking distance South from Beihu Station of the Taiwan Railway Administration.
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