Fortune Institute of Technology

Fortune Institute of Technology
Established 5 July 1989 (as Fortune Junior College of Industry)
1999 (as FIT)
Type Private
Location Daliao and Cishan, Kaohsiung,  Republic of China
Fortune Institute of Technology
Traditional Chinese 和春技術學院

Fortune Institute of Technology (FIT; Chinese: 和春技術學院) is a private university in Daliao District and Cishan District of Kaohsiung, Taiwan.[1]


  • History 1
  • Campuses 2
  • Faculties 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


FIT was originally founded on 5 July 1989 as Fortune Junior College of Industry in Cishan Township. In 1991, it was renamed Fortune Junior College of Technology and Commerce. In 1998, the Daliao Campus was established in Daliao Township. In 1999, the junior college was upgraded as Fortune Institute of Technology. In 2002, the second campus in of Daliao Campus was established and was subsequently renamed Dafa Campus.[2]


  • Dafa Campus
  • Daliao Campus
  • Chishan Campus


  • College of Business and Management
  • College of Design
  • College of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • College of Food and Beverage Management

See also


  1. ^
  2. ^

External links

  • Fortune Institute of Technology

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