Chungyu University of Film and Arts

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Chungyu University of Film and Arts
崇右影藝科技大學
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Motto Rectifying Morals and Improving Well-being
Type Private
Established 1967 (as Chungyu Junior College of Business Administration)
1 August 2003 (as Chungyu Institute of Technology)
1 August 2017 (as Chungyu University of Film and Arts)
Location Xinyi, Keelung, Taiwan
Website www.cit.edu.tw
Chungyu University of Film and Arts
Traditional Chinese 崇右影藝科技大學
Campus in Keelung, Taiwan.

Chungyu University of Film and Arts (Chinese: 崇右影藝科技大學) is a private university located in Xinyi District, Keelung, Taiwan.

History

Chungyu University of Film and Arts was originally established in 1967 as the Chungyu Junior College of Business Administration. On 1 August 2003, the school was upgraded to the Chungyu Institute of Technology.[1] On 1 August 2017, the school changed its name to the Chungyu University of Film and Arts.

Faculties

  • Department of Accounting Information
  • Department of Applied Foreign Languages
  • Department of Business Administration
  • Department of Finance
  • Department of Financial and Economic Law
  • Department of Information Law
  • Department of Information Management
  • Department of International Business
  • Department of Leisure, Recreation and Tourism Management
  • Department of Multimedia and Game Science
  • Department of Visual Communication Design

Transportation

The university is accessible within walking distance east from Keelung Station of the Taiwan Railway Administration.

See also

References

  1. ^ "崇右技術學院-英文網站-Introduction". Eng.cit.edu.tw. Retrieved 2014-05-15. 


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