Taizhou Vocational and Technical College
chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2019-02-05Print Print
Taizhou Vocational and Technical College [Photo/tzvtc.edu.cn]
Taizhou Vocational and Technical College is a full-time regular institution of higher education run by the government. Established in 1999, the college was approved by the Zhejiang Provincial People's Government in May of 2001.
The college covers a total area of 550 mu (about 367,000 square meters), with a floor space of 270,000 square meters, and has total fixed assets of 590 million yuan ($ 84 million), among which the total value of equipment for teaching and research is 134 million yuan. There are 10 secondary colleges, including the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, the School of Information Technology and Engineering, the School of Architecture and Civil Engineering, the School of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Engineering, the School of Management, the School of Economics and Trade, the School of Fundamental Sciences (School of Marxism), the School of Automobiles, the Chinese-German School and the School of Arts. The college has more than 10,000 full-time students, 600 faculty members, 179 teachers with associate professor titles or above, 381 teachers with master's or doctoral degrees, two teaching teams at the provincial level, 15 academic pacesetters of provincial-level majors, and one person selected for the provincial training program for youth scientists. There are 31 majors on offer, including two national education reform pilot majors, two majors with special funds from the Ministry of Education, two key provincial-level majors, two key demonstration majors at the provincial level, five provincial-level dominant majors and 12 featured majors at the provincial level.
The 14th sports meeting of the Taizhou Vocational and Technical College. [Photo/tzvtc.edu.cn]
The college boasts 15 provincial-level quality courses, more than 50 provincial-level teaching and classroom reform projects, more than 40 key provincial-level textbooks under national planning and two provincial-level awards for teaching results.