Taipei Physical Education College was founded in 1968 and merged with Taipei Municipal University of Education in August 2013 to form the University of Taipei. Four UT faculty members had been invited to be Minister of Cabinet Office of Taiwan government, ROC and President of National Academy for Educational Research, representing UT's intellectual contribution to national policy of Taiwan. In 2013, UT received award from Springer for the top Taiwan institution with highest attention publication of the world in 2013, representing the strongest academic impact on international readership, leading ahead the rest of universities in Taiwan.Offering 53 bachelor, master, and doctoral degree programs in 4 colleges, UT values international diversity, which greatly enriches global view of all students and sets a connecting platform of international career development for future leaders. UT seeks to exert far-reaching knowledge impact to the world on fields including art, humanity, science, education, public affair, and sport science.
University of Taipei is an institution of higher education in Taipei, Taiwan. It has two campuses in Taipei metropolitan area and is the only university under the administration of Taipei City Government.Prior to the merger, TMUE have 4,800 students enrolled and TPEC 2,700. Today roughly 7,500 students are enrolled in University of Taipei.The university currently consists of five colleges: College of Arts and Humanities, College of Education, College of Science, College of City Management
The following is the list of scholars from Taipei Physical Education College who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences