Meiho University

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Meiho University
Main entrance to the campus of Meiho University.jpg
Type Private university
Established 1966
President Chen Ching-chuan

Meiho University (MU; Chinese: 美和科技大學) is an accredited, private university in Neipu Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. It has nearly 8,000 students. MU is renowned for its excellent nursing program.


The university began in 1966 as Taiwan's first private nursing college named Meiho Junior College of Nursing. In 1990, the school was renamed to Meiho Junior College of Nursing and Management and again renamed to Meiho Institute of Technology in 1999. In 2010, the school was upgraded to a university named Meiho University.[1]


MU houses 18 departments and three graduate institutes organized in three colleges.

  • College of Health and Nursing
  • College of Business and Management
  • College of Human Ecology

MU offers graduate programs in Healthcare Management, Biotechnology, and Business Administration.


The university is accessible from Zhutian Station of the Taiwan Railways Administration. The easiest way from Kaohsiung City is to travel to Pingtung City train station and then take a bus or a taxi to Neipu. Meiho University is located on Highway 1.

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Coordinates: 22°36′18″N 120°33′39″E / 22.6051°N 120.5607°E / 22.6051; 120.5607

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