Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity
Chin-Min Institute of Technology
|Active||1985 (as Chin-Min College)|
1993 (as APIC)–2019
|Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity|
The school was originally founded as Chin-Min College in 1985. In 1992, it was renamed to Chin-Min Institute of Technology. Finally in 2010, the school was named as Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity.
By end of 2016, the school submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Education to revamp the school system but was rejected. In March 2017, the ministry requested the school to submit a proposal on how they shall improve the school curriculum, academic staffs quality and increase the number of student intakes by 28 April 2017. The school was eventually closed down in 2019.
- Division of Creative Design
- Division of Digital Entertainment
- Division of Fashion and Life technology
- Division of Tourism and Hospitality
- "Brief History". Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
- Lin, Judy (23 April 2017). "Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity faces potential closure next school year". Taiwan News. Retrieved 13 May 2020.
- "第四所大專退場！亞太創意技術學院停辦" (in Chinese). UDN. 20 June 2019. Retrieved 13 May 2020.
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