June 20, 2016:FCU the top private comprehensive university in the 2016 QS Asia University Rankings.
March 11, 2016:FCU honored with number one ranking in the Ministry of Education’s Program for Promoting Teaching Excellence.
February 17, 2016:Cheers magazine once again honored FCU with top spot in its annual ranking of public and private universities.
2015: Feng Chia University ranked ninth in Twiwan and 78th in Asia in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015 - Computer Science & Information Systems.
June 2015:FCU once again ranks as the top private comprehensive university in the QS Asia University Rankings.
2015: FCU tops latest ranking of public and private universities.
2015: Feng Chia University honored with consecutive number one rankings in the Ministry of Education’s Program for Promoting Teaching Excellence.
2014: FCU ranked eighteenth in Taiwan and 928th in the world in the 2014 edition of the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR).
2014: FCU ranked in the top ten for “Most Appreciated University Graduates” in the Cheers Magazine survey of 2000 corporations. This honor marks the seventh time FCU has ranked in the top ten of this survey.
2014: FCU ranked in the top 150 in the QS World University Rankings (for the category “Accounting and Finance”).
2014: FCU becomes the only university in central Taiwan to obtain AACSB accreditation.
2014: FCU rated in the top hundred in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (BRICS and Emerging Economies Ranking).
2013: FCU rated in the top hundred in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (Asia University Rankings).
2013: For the fourth consecutive year, FCU awarded first place in the Ministry of Education’s Teaching Excellence Project; FCU’s outstanding educational achievements gain the recognition they deserve.
May 2012: FCU one of only five Taiwanese universities to be rated in the top hundred in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (The 100 Under 50 Universities Rankings).
March 2012: FCU ranked sixteenth in Vision Magazine’s first survey of 148 prestigious universities in Taiwan; FCU ranked twelfth in nine survey categories relating to information technology, engineering, and electronics.
February 2012: FCU ranked in the top ten for “Most Appreciated University Graduates” in the Cheers Magazine survey of 1000 corporations; for private universities, FCU ranked second.
2011: For the seventh consecutive year, FCU awarded the Ministry of Education Teaching Excellence Project and for the fourth consecutive year granted the most award money in the entire country.
2011: For the fifth consecutive year, FCU selected by the Ministry of Education as central Taiwan’s Teaching Resource Center.
2011: For the fifth consecutive year, FCU ranked in the top ten for “Most Appreciated University Graduates” in the Cheers Magazine survey of 1000 corporations.
2011: in Vision Magazine’s “2012 National Survey of the Corporate World’s Favorite Graduate Institutes,” FCU graduates ranked second in the “Art, Design, and Architecture” category; fifth in the “Physics and Chemistry, Psychology, and Life Sciences” category; sixth in the “Business Management, Finance, and Tourism” category; and tenth in the “Information Technology, Engineering, and Electrical Machinery” category.
2011: FCU’s academic fields of engineering, material science and engineering, and computer science continue to be listed in the world’s top 1% of the Essential Science Indicators (ESI).
2010: FCU ranked fourth most competitive university in the country in the 104 Job Bank and Vision Magazine’s “University Competitiveness Survey.”
2010: FCU ranked the best private university in the country in Career.com’s “Survey of the Corporate World’s Favorite New Employees.”
2010: FCU rated 151st in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (Asia University Rankings).
2010: FCU’s Business Incubation Center once again wins the Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Incubation Center Merit Award.
2009: FCU’s GIS Center approved by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) as the first Standard Compliance Testing Center in Asia and officially given Strategy and Principle Membership.
2008: The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) establishes FCU as an Advanced Bio-hydrogen Technology Research Center.
2008: FCU’s Center of Technology Transfers keeps pace with National Taiwan University, National Chiao Tung University, and National Cheng Kung University.
2008: FCU selected by the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Economic Affairs, and the National Science Council as a leader in industry-academia cooperation.
2008: FCU’s GIS Research Center becomes the first GIS organization in the country to obtain CMMI certification.
2008: The collective score of FCU’s departments and graduate institutes obtains the highest total score of all Taiwanese universities in the Higher Education and Evaluation Council’s evaluation, in so doing FCU establishes a new national record.
2008: FCU’s seventeen engineering-related departments all receive Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan (IEET) accreditation, the most of any university in the country.
2005: FCU’s Office of Information Technology becomes the first university organization in the world to pass CMMI-SW/SS evaluation.
2005: Of the 76 public and private universities evaluated, FCU obtains the highest total evaluation score in the first Ministry of Education university periodic review and evaluation.