Xi'an University of Technology

Xi'an University of Technology, is a provincial public comprehensive university in Xi'an, Shaanxi, China.

This university's history stretches back to the mid-20th century, formed through the 1972 merger of two institutions.  One predecessor, the Beijing Institute of Machinery, was established in 1949. The other, Shaanxi University of Technology, came into existence in 1960. Though their paths diverged initially, their merger in 1972 under the name Shaanxi Institute of Machinery marked a significant turning point. This combined entity laid the foundation for the university as we know it today.

However, the roots of this university run even deeper. If we delve further back, we can trace its lineage back to institutions established even before the communist revolution.  Research reveals connections to earlier educational establishments, suggesting a longer legacy of fostering knowledge and expertise. In 1994, a new chapter began as Shaanxi Institute of Machinery officially adopted its current name - Xi'an University of Technology. This marked a shift towards a broader identity, encompassing a wider range of disciplines beyond just engineering.  This evolution continued in 2002 with the integration of Xi'an Instrument Industry School, further enriching the university's academic landscape.

The university's motto, "Motherland, Honor, Responsibility," reflects its core values. It instills a sense of patriotism, a commitment to excellence, and a dedication to contributing to society. Looking forward, the university aspires to be at the forefront of technological advancements, preparing its students to become leaders who will shape the future. Today, Xi'an University of Technology stands tall as a testament to its rich history of adaptation and growth.  From its focused engineering roots to its current status as a comprehensive university, it has consistently strived to meet the evolving needs of society and prepare its students for the challenges of the future.

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University Name Xi'an University of Technology
Name in Local Language 西安理工大学
Acronym XUT
Year Established 1949


The university is located in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province. Find the address of the university below.

Address 5 South Jinhua Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China


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Phone +86 (29) 2312558
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