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ITU is the International Telecommunication Union, formerly the International Telegraph Union.
- ITU-R = Recommendations constitute a set of international technical standards developed by the Radiocommunication Sector
- ITU-T = Recommendations constitute a set of international technical standards developed by the Telecommunication Sector
ITU or Itu may also refer to:
- Itu, São Paulo, an old and historic municipality in Brazil
- Itu River, a river in Rio Grande do Sul state in southern Brazil
- Itu, Nigeria, a Local Government Area
- Intensive therapy unit or intensive treatment unit, otherwise known as an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), a special department of a hospital or health care facility that provides intensive care medicine.
- International Triathlon Union, headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland
- International Typographical Union, a labor union that was affiliated with the Congress of Industrial Organizations and is now part of the Communications Workers of America.
- Istanbul Technical University, an international technical university in Turkey
- IT University of Copenhagen, a Danish globally oriented, independent university
- Institute for Transuranium Elements, a European Commission nuclear research institute in Karlsruhe, Germany
- Instytut Techniczny Uzbrojenia, the predecessor of the Military Institute of Armament Technology
- Information Technology University, a higher education institution in Pakistan
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