University of Taipei (UT) is a higher education institution in Taipei, Taiwan. The school has two campuses, Tianmu Campus in Shilin District and Bo’ai Campus in Zhongzheng District. This is the only university under the management of the Taipei City Government.
University of Taipei aims to become a world-leading research university. Since its reestablishment in August 2013, UT has initiated a significant reform to strive for educational excellence with a global perspective, continuing to attract top Taiwanese students and expatriates. international participation. University of Taipei aspires to make a profound intellectual impact on the world in fields including arts, humanities, science, education, public affairs and sports science.
University of Taipei offers 53 undergraduate programs in 4 colleges. The school values international diversity, which enriches the global perspective of all students and establishes a networking platform for international career development for future leaders.
University of Taipei is ranked 66th in Taiwan and 3756th in the world in the 20234 global rankings. In 2013, UT received an award from Springer for the most viewed publication in the world in 2013, represents the strongest academic impact on international readers, leading compared to other universities in Taiwan.
University of Taipei hopes to enhance research innovation in all fields and contribute more to human development. The school is also working on a plan that will enable the school to move to a more research model, providing excellent researchers and teachers, community service, academic-industry collaboration, and eventually becoming one of the 500 the world’s leading urban university.