Tamkang University

Tamkang University was founded in 1950 as the first private institution of higher learning in Taiwan. With dedication, the university has grown through four major waves of development by observing the founding guidelines of simplicity, truthfulness, firmness and perseverance. The university pursues outstanding governance and academic excellence. Its campus space has extended from the Five-tiger Hills at the Tamsui Township to the Lin Mei Hill in Yilan County. Today as a comprehensive university, it has 4 campuses, 8 colleges, 18 doctoral programs, 46 M.A. programs, 23 Mid-career M.A.programs and 48 departments with a total of more than 27,000 students.

By its tireless efforts in the past 64 years, Tamkang University has won remarkable and distinct recognitions. TKU was awarded the 19th National Quality Award, and its campus received WHO’s Health and Safety Certification. It is the first university which has received the national “Distinguished Enterprises Environmental Protection Award” for three consecutive times. For 19 years in a row it is listed in Cheers Magazine as the top private university which nurtures “Most Desired University Graduates for Business and Industrial Sectors”. TKU was the only private university in Taiwan to have been ranked in a world survey by WRWU (Webometrics Ranking of World Universities). It was placed within the top 500 universities at 401st in the world and 8th in Taiwan.

Study in TKU

Office of International and Cross-Strait Affairs(OICSA), Tamkang University
Ching-Sheng Memorial Hall(T-Building)10F, No.151, Ying-Chuan Rd.
Tamshui Dist., New Taipei City