Tianjin Crafts and Arts Professional College

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Tianjin Crafts and Arts Professional College
天津工艺美术职业学院
Former names
Tianjin Art and Design Academy; Tianjin Art And Craft Fine Arts Design Institute; Tianjin Crafts and Arts Vocational College
Type Public
Established1959
President Sun Jingzhong
Academic staff
200
Students1,500 full-time [1]
Location,
Campus urban
Colors         
Website Official website (in Chinese)

Tianjin Crafts and Arts Professional College (TCAPC; Chinese :天津工艺美术职业学院; pinyin :Gōngyì Měishù Zhíyè Xuéyuàn), commonly known as Tianjin Art and Design Academy, is a public tertiary education institute based in Tianjin on mainland China.

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History

The College was founded in 1959 in the name of "Tianjin Art and Design Academy" and was later known as the Tianjin Crafts and Arts Vocational College. [2]

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References

  1. "Tianjin Crafts and Arts Professional College". baike.baidu.com. Retrieved 2013-03-19.
  2. "Introduction - Tianjin Crafts and Arts Professional College". tjmec.gov.cn. Archived from the original on 2014-11-02. Retrieved 2013-03-19.