Far East University (Taiwan)

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Far East University
Type Private
Established 1968 (as Far East Junior College of Technology)
August 2006 (as FEU)
Location Xinshi District, Tainan, Taiwan,  Republic of China
Website www.feu.edu.tw
Far East University
Traditional Chinese 遠東科技大學

The Far East University (FEU; Chinese: 遠東科技大學) is a private university in Xinshi District, Tainan, Taiwan. The University provides 4 Colleges, 20 Faculty and 6 research institutes, enrolled around ten thousand students.


FEU was established in 1968 as the Far East Junior College of Technology. In August 1999, the school was promoted and officially renamed Far East College with Nai-chang Wang serving as president. To comply with the promotion and to help students develop wholesome character, the Humanities Education Center of Far East College was established. In August 2006, the college was granted university status and the name was changed to Far East University.


  • College of Engineering
  • College of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • College of Commerce and Management
  • College of Hospitality and Leisure


The university is accessible within walking distance South East from Xinshi Station of the Taiwan Railway Administration.

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Coordinates: 23°03′55″N 120°17′41″E / 23.0653°N 120.2947°E / 23.0653; 120.2947