The History of CTUï¼ Established in October 1965ï¼ Chienkuo Commercial Junior College Changed name in August 1974ï¼ Chienkuo Industrial Junior College Changed name in November 1992ï¼ Chienkuo Industrial-and-Commercial Junior College Restructured as an institute in August 1999ï¼ Chienkuo Institute of Technology Changed name in August 2004ï¼ Chienkuo Technology University.
The Features of CTU Development Based upon the solid foundation of outstanding academic achievements and management through years’ efforts by our past and current presidents, teachers and staff, the strategy of our future development is to reflect the advancement of modern technology, the demand for humanity and life and various constant changing factors of the teaching environment. Listed below are the key components of our future developmentï¼
1.To implement the spirit of technical and vocational education and develop its features.
2.To achieve higher teaching quality and promote holistic education
3.To set up the campus to become a pleasant environment for teaching, conducting research, working, learning and living as well as becoming an uplifting force for the advancement of community’s culture.
4.To raise the prestige of the school so that it becomes the breeding ground for cultivating technical professionals and innovation in Central Taiwan.
5.To promote excellent service quality and strengthen relationships with industries.
Promoting higher level teaching through seven concrete objectives assessing the quality of educationï¼
To speed up the improvement of faculty structure, we have hired more assistant professors (or above the degree) and practice-guidance teachers (a percentage of teachers with the degree of assistant professor or above, teachers with technical licenses or practical experiences and teachers who are studying further for their PhDs ,…).
To enhance the quality of teaching, research, counseling and service, we have established and put into effect a sound teacher-evaluation system (investigating past performance evaluation, research papers published, records of student counseling, and frequency between teaching roles for each potential employee).
To cultivate technological skills and virtue in both the mind and hands, and to foster a holistic education with equal emphasis on moral (virtue), intellectual (wisdom), physical, emotional (team work) and aesthetic education.