Taizhou University

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Taizhou College
台州学院
Established 1907
Type Public university
President Gong Jianli
Academic staff
200
Administrative staff
800
Undergraduates 7,000
Location Taizhou, Zhejiang,  People's Republic of China
Campus Urban area
Colours                    
Website www.tzc.edu.cn

Taizhou College (TZU; simplified Chinese: 台州学院; traditional Chinese: 台州學院; pinyin: Tái zhōuxué yuàn) is a comprehensive public university based in Taizhou city, Zhejiang province, China.

History[edit]

Taizhou University was established in Linhai, Taizhou prefecture, Zhejiang province in 1907 and has undergone several organization restructures.[1]

Campus locations[edit]

TZU has three campuses. The main campus is in Linhai and has a floor space of 230,000 square meters. A secondary, smaller campus is also in Linhai, next to the famous Linhai Old Street and across from the Great Wall. The third campus is in the Jiaojiang District, another region of Taizhou County, and covers an area of more than 800,000 square meters.[1]

Administration[edit]

Schools and departments[edit]

There are 12 departments or colleges at the university.[1]

  • School of Humanities and social sciences
  • School of Economy & Trade Management
  • School of Foreign Languages
  • School of Information & Electronics Engineering
  • School of Bioscience & Medical Chemistry
  • School of Physical Education
  • School of Medical
  • School of Adult Education
  • School of Mathematics
  • School of Machine & electronics
  • School of Architecture

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