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Tianjin Polytechnic University

Tianjin Polytechnic University (TJPU) is a state-run full-time institution of higher education, which is jointly established by Ministry of Education and Tianjin Municipal Government. In 2003, TJPU received outstanding marks in the “Undergraduate Program Evaluation” sponsored by Ministry of Education. The 460-acre new campus has been completed in the scenery spot of Xiqing District since 2006.

Bachelor's programmes

Applied Sciences & Professions (2)
Arts, Design & Architecture (1)
Business & Management (1)
Social Sciences (1)



The university has a long history with its earliest departments established in 1912.


TJPU is a multidisciplinary teaching and researching university, which offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in science and engineering, arts, liberal arts, management, economics,law and languages. The university consists of 16 schools, offering bachelor, master and doctor degrees in 60 undergraduate programs, 78 master degree programs and 16 doctorial degree programs.


  • Membrane technology
  • Functional fibers and technical textiles
  • Manufacturing of electromechanical facilities

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Review about Tiangong University
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

The university is very good.

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

living itself is not that expensive but traveling 2-3 times a month to different cities is you have to get used to the teaching methods, the courses are held like school classes in germany, not like in universities. The courses are at the basic and not all are related to my major