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Tzu Chi University

TCU offers excellent education to prepare students for various challenges in their future. We also infuse students with ideas of social obligation through Tzu-Chi brand volunteer service. In less than 20 years, our alumni have won high praises for their contributions to various sectors in the society. Our devoted faculty strives to excel in teaching, research, and societal service. Most importantly, they nurture students to explore ways of self-fulfillment through science, humanity, and social services.


「There is no one I do not love, there is no one I do not trust, and there is no one I do not forgive.」The aphorism comes from Dharma Master Cheng Yen who harbors a persistent soul of beauty and goodness. In 1966, Master Cheng Yen established Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation which practices the philosophy of relieving suffering, giving happiness, helping the poor, and educating the rich. For several decades, Tzu Chi Foundation has been growing under the Master’s loving and caring support. Nowadays, Tzu Chi people around the world reach out to the disaster areas, and relieve the suffering and agony of people in need. All the Master’s followers, uphold the vow to be bodhisattvas, carry out tasks with compassion and wisdom, and stand firmly to the grand will– that is to purify people’s heart and mind, bring peace and harmony to the society, and make the world free from disasters.

Establish year : 1993

Location : Hualien County

Type of institution : Privates University

Feature area : Health and social welfare, Social sciences, journalism and library information, Education, Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics, Arts and humanities, Business, administration and law

Contact : Office of International Affairs

Email | tcuoia@gms.tcu.edu.tw

TEL | +886-3-8565301 ext.1016

Faculty : 257

Student : 3625

Undergraduate | 2983

Graduate | 477

International Students | 165

Academics : 22

College | 4 Department | 15 Grad. Inst. | 3

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