Taipei Medical University
higher education institution in Taiwan.
Taipei Medical University - Description
Towards the World’s Best Medical University - Celebrating the 50th Anniversary “TMU is further committed to be the best incubator for medical elite in the 21st century.” Near the World’ s Tallest Building Taipei Medical University (TMU), formerly known as Taipei Medical College (TMC), was founded on June 1, 1960 by Dr. Shui-Wang Hu and Dr. Cheng-Tien Hsu, along with other medical professionals and devoted educators. TMU is 600 metres away from the world’s tallest building - Taipei 101. A Quick Glance of TMU During the past 50 years, TMU has devoted to medical education through the efforts of seven colleges (College of Medicine, College of Oral Medicine, College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, College of Public Health and Nutrition, College of Medical Science and Technology, and College of Humanities and Social Sciences) and Center for Continuing & Extension Education. Currently, there are over 6,000 students, 459 full-time faculty members and 600 part-time faculty members. As of now, there are more than 31,000 TMU graduates. Most of our alumni serve in medical institutions and clinics while some are prominent figures in the fields of research, politics and business. Three JCI-accredited Hospitals TMU operates three Joint Commission International (JCI)-accredited hospitals, including...