Chang Jung Christian University

Chang Jung Christian University
Type Private
Established 1993
Endowment NT$1,200 million
President Jimsheng Chen
Administrative staff
Undergraduates 9,000 approximately
Postgraduates 1,000 approximately
Location Guiren, Tainan, Taiwan
Campus Suburban
Main Campus: 60 ha (146 acres)
Affiliations Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia
Chang Jung Christian University
Traditional Chinese 長榮大學
Chang Jung Christian University

Chang Jung Christian University (CJCU; Chinese: 長榮大學) is a privately funded, research-intensive, Presbyterian, co-educational university located in Guiren District, Tainan, Taiwan. Chang Jung means everlasting glory in Mandarin.

Academic profile

CJCU's student population includes 9,000 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students in over 28 bachelor programs, 18 master programs and 1 doctoral program in five faculties (as of 2010-2011).

At present, the University consists of five colleges: Management; Health Science; Humanities and Social Sciences; Information and Engineering; and Theology. There are currently twenty-eight bachelors programs, eighteen masters programs, and one doctoral program. The University also includes ten research centers and four teaching and learning centers.


A president heads the university, which is divided into the following colleges:


The university is accessible within walking distance South of Chang Jung Christian University Station of the Taiwan Railway Administration.

See also

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Coordinates: 22°54′9.8″N 120°16′21.1″E / 22.902722°N 120.272528°E / 22.902722; 120.272528

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