Open University of Kaohsiung

Open University of Kaohsiung
Seal of the Open University of Kaohsiung
Motto 精勤恆實[1]
Motto in English Expertise, diligence, perseverance, pragmatism
Established 1997 (1997)
Type Municipal
Religious affiliation Kaohsiung City Government
Officer in charge Mayor Chen Chu
President Chang, Huey-Por (張惠博)
Provost Lee, Wen-kwei (李文魁)
Students 16,000
Location Siaogang, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Campus Suburban
Open University of Kaohsiung

The Open University of Kaohsiung (OUK; Chinese: 高雄市立空中大學; pinyin: Gāoxióng Shìlì Kōngzhōng Dàxué) is an open university in Siaogang District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. OUK is an agency of the Kaohsiung City Government.


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


The OUK was originally established in 1997 as the Opening University of Kaohsiung. In 2008, it was renamed to Open University of Kaohsiung.[2]


  • Department of Law and Political Science
  • Department of Industrial and Business Administration
  • Department of Mass Communication
  • Department of Foreign Languages and Literature
  • Department of Culture and Art
  • Department of Technology Management
  • General Education Center

See also


  1. ^ "OUK History (in Chinese)". Open U. of Kaohsiung. Retrieved 2014-10-14. 
  2. ^

External links

Open University of Kaohsiung

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