National United University

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Coordinates: 24°32′18.2″N 120°47′22.5″E / 24.538389°N 120.789583°E / 24.538389; 120.789583

National United University
NUU Logo
Motto in English
Honesty, Respect, Diligence and Creativity
Type Public
Established September 1972
President Dr. Ming-Hsi Hsu
Academic staff
Students 7,269
Undergraduates 5,758
Postgraduates 231
Campus Urban and Suburban
National United University
Traditional Chinese 國立聯合大學
National United University

The National United University (NUU; Chinese: 國立聯合大學) is a public university in Miaoli City, Miaoli County, Taiwan.


Completed under the management of Zhang Guang-Shi, Xu Li-De and the college president, Chen Wei-Zhong, the school (then a two-year private junior college) started its first semester in September 1972 as Lien Ho Industrial and Technological Junior College. This college was the only higher education institution in the Miao-Li region at the time. On 1 August 1973, it was renamed to Lien Ho Junior College of Technology.

Initially for industry-related technologies, business and commerce courses were added into the curriculum. In 1992 the college was renamed Lien Ho College of Technology and Commerce. On July 1, 1995, the Board of Directors of the initial private college donated the school to the Ministry of Education, and the college officially became a public institution named the National Lien Ho College of Technology and Commerce. In 1999, the College was reorganized into an institute of technology as National Lien Ho Institute of Technology. On August 1, 2003, the institute was official upgraded to university status as National United University.


There are five academic programs at National United University:

  • College of Engineering Science
  • College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • College of Management
  • College of Humanities and Social Science
  • College of Hakka Studies


The university is accessible within walking distance North of Miaoli Station or Nanshi Station of the Taiwan Railways.

See also


  1. ^ "Goals & Prospects". NUU. Retrieved 2014-09-03.

External links

  • National United University English website (in English)
  • National United University Chinese website (in Chinese)
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