TAIWAN  Tunghai University

Institution Name Tunghai University
Religious Affiliation Non-denominational Year of Founding 1955
Street No.1727, Sec.4, Taiwan Boulevard, Xitun District, City Taichung
State Postal Code 40704
Country Taiwan R.O.C
Telephone 886-4-2359-0121 Fax 886-4-2359-0361
Email oiep@thu.edu.tw Website

http://thueng.thu.edu.tw/


Head of Institution Dr. Mao-Jiun J. Wang. Position President
Address No.1727, Sec.4, Taiwan Boulevard, Xitun District, Taichung 40704, Taiwan R.O.C.
Telephone 886-4-2359-0121 Fax 886-4-2359-0361
Email president@thu.edu.tw


Areas of Strength

Since its founding, Tunghai has honored the ideals of holistic education and character development. It has been a pioneer in its encouragement of the simultaneous cultivation, and mutual interplay, of both a well-rounded general education and academic specialization. It views development of character, and scholarly sophistication, as integral parts of the well-rounded university education. It promotes an understanding of individual autonomy and democratic decision-making. The university encourages students to attain an understanding of nature, society and human life.


Do you have an OFFICE FOR INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS OR INTERNATIONAL LINKAGES?
Name of Office Office of International Education and Programs
Head Dr. Tao-Ming Wang
Position Director
Address No.1727, Sec.4, Taiwan Boulevard, Xitun District, Taichung 40704, Taiwan R.O.C.
Telephone 886-4-2359-0356 Fax 886-4-2359-0884
Email oiep@thu.edu.tw

Student Population

Undergraduate

Local

13,687

Foreign

186

Graduate

Local

1,831

Foreign

58

Programs

Attach list of undergraduate programs Indicate those taught in English.

THUUndergraduate.doc

Attach list of graduate programs. Indicate those taught in English.

THUGraduate.doc


Faculties / Schools / Colleges (e.g. School of Sciences)

College of Arts, College of Science, College of Engineering, College of Management, College of Social Sciences, College of Agriculture, College of Fine Arts & Creative Design, College of Law, International College, Extension Education School, Chinese Language Center, Po-Ya School (Liberal Arts)


Research Institutes

Life Science Research Center, Nanotechnology Research Center, Center for Chinese Social & Management Studies, Center for Tropical Ecology & Biodiversity, Software Engineering & Technology Center


Publications

List of Publications (English only) 1. Wu Feng: Companion of Head Hunters and other stories, by Desmond W. Bittinger, 1963 2. Report of a survey of Tunghai University, 1964 3. Yenshui Town, by Wen-hsiung Kuo, 1965 4. Phytogeography of the Mosses of Formosa, by Chung Kuei Wang, 1970 5. A Study of the Treaties and Agreements Relating to Tibet; a Documentary History of International Relations of Tibet, by Hengtse Tu, 1971 6. Japan?s Trade with Communist China, 1949-1968, by I-Kuei Chou, 1971 7. The World?s Living Religions, by Geoffrey Parrinder, 1973 8. General Chemistry Laboratory Manual, by Lewis E. Fikes, 1974 9. Two Taiwanese Villages, an interdisciplinary study conducted by the faculty and students of Tunghai University, by Mark C. Thelin, 1976 10. Marxist Humanism and Confucian Humanism: a comparative study of the concept of man, by Hu-hsiang Feng, 1986 11. The Modern Significance of Chinese Philosophy, by Hu-hsiang Fung, 1986 12. A Preliminary Name List of Fishes of Taiwan, by Ming-Jenn Yu, 1988 13. From Developing to Developed: the Taiwan Model, by Alan C. J. Feng, 1988 14. Families: East and West, by Ts?ai-feng Lan (published jointly with University of Indianapolis Press), 1992 15. National Development and Higher Education: 20-24 Apr 1992, Taichung, IAUP Conference Proceedings on Education and Human Resource Development, 1992 16. Chinese (R.O.C.) Participation in the Creation of the United Nations, by Eugene Yu-Sheng Chang, 1994 17. China?s Great Social Experiments: Population and Developments in Post-Mao China, by Wen-Lang Li, 2005


Mission Statement

Tunghai University is founded on the spirit of Christian love. With the motto of "Truth, Faith, Deeds", the University aims to cultivate young minds, promote culture, serve the society, and contribute to the advancement of the nation.


Contact person for ACUCA

Mila Chu

Telephone

886-4-2359-0356

Fax

886-4-2359-0361

Email

dawan@thu.edu.tw

Submitted By

Name

Mila Chu

Position

Account Specialist of OIEP.

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