Fujian University of Technology is a public university located in Fuzhou, Fujian, China. The Chinese Ministry of Education established the university in 2002 by merging Fujian College of Architecture and Civil Engineering and Fujian Institute of Technology. The predecessor of both institutions was the noted "Fujian Gaogong" which was co-founded in 1896 by Lin Shu, an eminent Fujian scholar and translator and Chen Baochen, tutor of the last Chinese emperor Puyi during the Qing dynasty. The university abbreviation is FJUT. This university consists of 13 departments, 2 teaching divisions, a school for adults' further education and vocational education and a software professionals training base.
FJUT currently has 24,128 full-time students. There are 18,890 undergraduate students of which 5,238 are collegiates. There are also 4,788 adult students.
The university has 1,350 staff. The faculty members comprise 697 of which 213 are professors and associate professors. The university has 3 campuses, known as Shanxi Campus, Cangshan Campus and Pudong Campus. The university is equipped with adequate facilities for teaching and learning with a total of 47 laboratories, the total value of the teaching equipment amounting to 71,420,000 Yuan.
Fujian University of Technology offers 47 undergraduate programs and there are over 26,000 full-time students on campus. The university employs a full-time faculty of 1,150, among which there are 31.8% of them with senior professional titles and 72.2% of them with doctorate or master’s degrees. FJUT offers preparatory, bachelor and master programs in the fields of engineering, management, economy, science and art. It provides Chinese Government Scholarship, Provincial Scholarship opportunities for international students. FJUT welcomes students from all over the world.