Taiwan Shoufu University

Taiwan Shoufu University (TSU; ), formerly known as Diwan College of Management ( ) was founded in 2000, is the second college of Madou District in Tainan City, Taiwan. There are eighteen departments categorized as three academics, Education, Leisure Industry, and Design. Taiwan Shoufu University own and run two 5-star hotels for students practical training and open to public. Both of the hotels are in Kaohsiung city. There are approximate 6000 students now. Its current president is Shang-Liang Chen (). The Chairman of university board is Chin-Yuan Tsai ().

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External links

  • http://www.tsu.edu.tw//


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