Jiaotong University

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Jiaotong University, Jiao Tong University or Chiao Tung University (simplified Chinese: 交通大学; traditional Chinese: 交通大學) may refer to:

There are now also other universities named Jiaotong University which do not directly share origination with the above five Jiaotong universities, including:


Chiao Tung University in history with the origination from Ministry of Chiao Tung, Republic of China

1956–present

1952–present

1949–1952

  • Northern Jiaotong University (PRC) (formed by merging Engineering Institute and Peiping Railway Management Institute of National Chiao Tung University. During 1949 and 1950 named China Chiao Tung University. In 1952 divided into Tangshan Railway Institute and Beijing Railway Institute.)

1959–present

1956–1959

1949–1956

  • Chiao Tung University (Shanghai) (PRC)

1928–1949

  • National Chiao Tung University, Shanghai. (ROC. During the Anti-Japanese War moved to Chungking.)
  • Tangshan (Civil) Engineering Institute, National Chiao Tung University, Tangshan, Hebei. (ROC. During the Anti-Japanese War moved to Hunan, Guizhou and then Sichuan.)
  • Peiping Railway Management Institute, National Chiao Tung University, Peiping. (ROC. During the Anti-Japanese War moved to Hunan, Guizhou and then Sichuan.)

1927–1928

  • Shanghai Chiao Tung University / First Chiao Tung University, Shanghai. (In 1927 Nanyang University renamed Shanghai Chiao Tung University and in 1928 renamed the First Chiao Tung University)
  • Tangshan Chiao Tung University / Second Chiao Tung Universit, Tangshan. (In 1928, Tangshan University renamed Tangshan Chiao Tung University and then renamed the Second Chiao Tung University)
  • Peiping Chiao Tung University / Third Chiao Tung University, Peiping. (In 1928, Peiping Chiao Tung University renamed the Third Chiao Tung University)

1921–1922

  • Chiao Tung University (Shanghai, Tangshan, Peking). (In 1922, Chiao Tung University Shanghai School renamed Nanyang University, and Tangshan School renamed Tangshan University. In 1923, Peking School renamed Peking Chiao Tung University.)