National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech)
The National Taiwan University of Science and Technology was founded on August 1, 1974, as the National Taiwan Institute of Technology (NTIT). It was the first higher education
institution of its kind within our nation's technical and vocational education system. By extending this system to the highest level, this new school was intended to meet the need
created by our rapid economic and industrial development for highly trained bachelor's degree-level engineers and managers. In 1979 and 1982, NTIT added master's and doctoral programs,
On August 1, 1997, NTIT was upgraded to university status and changed its name to the "National Taiwan University of Science and Technology," also known as “Taiwan Tech.”
At that time, the school reorganized itself into the five colleges. After thirty years of growth and evolution, currently, Taiwan Tech is comprised of six colleges, including engineering,
electrical and computer engineering, management, design, liberal arts & social sciences and applied science.