Suzhou Chien-Shiung Institute of Technology


Suzhou Chien-Shiung Institute of Technology, founded in July 2004 with the approval of the People's Government of Jiangsu Province, is a public full-time higher vocational institution located in Taicang, Suzhou. It is named after Dr. Chien-shiung Wu, the world-famous nuclear physicist born in Taicang. The area where the college is located is economically developed, socially prosperous, with convenient transportation and beautiful environment. It is the anchor place of Zheng He's seven voyages to the West Ocean, the birthplace of Jiangnan silk and bamboo, and the birthplace of Loudong culture, and it is known as "Golden Taicang in the Embroidered Jiangnan". The college adheres to the educational philosophy of "service Taicang social development, deepen the dual system of personnel training, in-depth innovation, in-depth people's hearts". It aims to build a "talent warehouse, technology warehouse, and service warehouse" for the regional economic and social development, striving to provide satisfactory higher vocational education for the people.


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