St. John’s University is a university in Tamsui District, New Taipei, Taiwan. It is the successor institution of the former St. John’s University and St. Mary’s Hall in Shanghai, two well-known education institutions founded in 1879 and 1918, respectively, by Bishop John Schereschewsky of the American Episcopal Church. The distinguished alumni of these two excellent schools have made remarkable contributions to the world and to society, including working to restore their schools’ legacy on Taiwan. St. John's & St. Mary's Institute of Technology is renamed as St. John University. The founder of the school was Dr. James C. L. Wong, the first Chinese Bishop of the Taiwan Episcopal Church. Dr. Vivien Yen was the school’s first president, and Bishop James C. L. Wong was its first board chairman. It has inherited the core values of the former St. John’s University and St. Mary’s Hall in Shanghai, which has inspired the school’s distinguished academic and ethics programs, rich student life, and outstanding religious activities. SJSMIT Campus, located at town of Tamsui, is an hour from the Taipei City by the MRT. Nestled between the mountains and the ocean, it is endowed with a wealth of natural beauty, providing our students with a tranquil and attractive learning environment. Departments: Industrial Engineering and Management, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer & Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Information Engineering, Information Management, International Trade, Business Administration, Finance, Applied English. Graduate School: Automation and Mechatronics. Center of Holistic Education. The institute is dedicated to serving society and others with a goal of nurturing qualified and competent professionals with humanitarian awareness. It has Full-time: 7,582 Part time: 320-Undergraduate Students, Full-time: 255 Part time: 183- faculty, 37- Graduate Students. The employment rate of St. John's graduates one year after their graduation has almost reached 90 %, which has been accredited as third place by Cheers Magazine in its nation-wide survey in 2016. Furthermore, according to a public appraisal conducted by China Times Weekly in 2016, graduates of St. John's are ranked eighth place of graduates favored by enterprises in Northern Taiwan. Research in Department of Mechanical and Computer Aided Engineering include Precision Instrument Center, The Precision Instrument Center (PIC) of St. John’s University was founded on April 26, 2006 with the purposes of improving teaching quality and promoting high-tech researching calibers. The PIC has integrated Opto-Mechatronics Research Center(OMRC) and High Speed Circuit Board(HSPCB) Research Center of this school, it is installed with valued instruments and equipment (Clean Room and Sputter are donated by alumnus) to support teaching and the R&D works for the academic and industrial users. St. John's has earned Teaching Excellence Awards for eleven consecutive years (2006-2016).