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University of Transport and Communications Add: Lang Thuong ward – Dong Da dist. – Ha Noi – Viet Nam Tel: +84 4 3766 3311 / 3766 4078 Fax:+84 4 3766 4078 Website: http://www.utc.edu.vnhttp://www.utc.edu.vn
Number of campus: 2 1 st campus in Hanoi city 2 nd campus in Ho Chi Minh City Location Hanoi campus: Lang Thuong ward, Dong Da dist., Hanoi HCM campus: 450 Le Van Viet street, Tang Nhon Phu A ward, Dist. 9, HCM city Year founded Hanoi campus: November 15 th, 1945 HCM campus: April 27 th, 1990 Number of Students Over 31,000 Number of lecturers and staff About 1200
UTC’S ROLE IN THE TRANSPORT SECTOR IN VIETNAM Up to 2000: The University of Transport and Communications was the unique university in the field of transport in Vietnam. Up to now: UTC has been “ the biggest and oldest center for training, scientific research and new technological transfer as well as supplying over 80% of labor resource for transport field in Vietnam ”. - Since its foundation, UTC has had some traditional disciplines such as civil engineering, transport economics, mechanical engineering, electrical-electronic engineering. Particularly, some disciplines such as railway engineering, locomotive-wagon … are uniquely trained at UTC. UTC ’ s graduates have been undertaking various positions in transport field in Vietnam. UTC is also a gathering place of all leading experts in transport sector who have participated in design, consultancy, assessment, testing, … for almost all important transport projects of Vietnam
5 Faculties 3 institutes Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Transport-Economics Electrical-Electronic Engineering Information Technology Institute of Science and Technology in Transport Construction Institute of Science and Environment Institute of Transport planning and management
Center Center for Transport Consultation, Technological Implementation and Construction Center for Geotechnical Research in Engineering Center for Vocational Training and Application of Technique in Transport Center for Automobile Research, Design, Repair and Experiment Center for Construction Research and Experiment Center of CAD/CAM Technology Center for Foreign Language study Center for Research on Information Technology and Automation Center for Research on Mechanical Engineering in Railway
Undergraduate programs 15 disciplines with 67 sub-disciplines - Transportation Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Transport – Economics - Construction Economics - Business Administration - Transportation Operation - Accounting - Economics -Electronics, Communication Engineering - Electrical – Electronic Engineering - Automation and Control Engineering - Information Technology - Traffic Safety Engineering - Environmental Engineering - Civil Engineering
Master program 16 majors - Train Locomotive – Wagon Engineering - Train Locomotive – Wagon Operation and Maintenance - Automobile and Tractor Engineering - Automobile and Tractor Operation and Maintenance - Loading – Unloading and Construction Machine - Urban Infrastructure Engineering - Highway Engineering - Railway Engineering - Tunnel – Bridge Engineering - Business Administration - Transport Organization and Management - Construction Economics - Transport Exploitation - Airport Engineering - Electrical Engineering - Automation Engineering
Doctor Program 17 majors - Train Locomotive – Wagon Engineering - Train Locomotive – Wagon Operation and Maintenance - Automobile and Tractor Engineering - Automobile and Tractor Operation and Maintenance - Construction Machine and Handling Equipment Engineering - Operation and Maintenance Engineering of Construction Machine and Handling Equipment - Highway Engineering - Railway Engineering - Tunnel – Bridge Engineering - Special Construction Engineering - Geotechnical Engineering - Mechanics of Solids - Engineering Mechanics - Electrical Engineering - Construction Economics - Automation - Organization and Management in Transport - Transport Exploitation
Scientific research and Technological transfer Developing and updating advanced technologies via scientific research projects and international seminars. Annually implementing hundreds of scientific research projects and organizing over 10 international seminars which attract many scientists, managers and engineers. Applying new technologies to real status of Vietnam such as Bai Chay bridge, My Thuan bridge, Can Tho bridge, national route 1,…UTC’s professors and experts took part in these above construction sites.
international cooperation - The objective of external activities is “Cooperation-Development”. - UTC has relationships with a lot of organizations and famous universities of Russia, Germany, England, France, Japan, China, Singapore,...
Some typical activities of external relationship + International cooperative projects and international training programs + Organizing international scientific workshops and seminars + Training foreign students + Faculty and student exchange
Some specific results 1. Training more than 200 Laos and Cambodian students; 2. Sending many lecturers to study abroad by different budgets and scholarships or specific projects; 3. Over 200 students and lecturers have studied in France; 4. Over 100 students studied in Russia; 5. More than 500 students have studied at Southwest Jiaotong University, China; 6. About 100 students and lecturers have studied in Germany, UK, USA, Japan, Australia, Austria, Singapore, Thailand,… 7. Sending 10 lecturers to make an internship course at Technology University of Vienna, Austria.
The UTC’s delegation in the working visit to Technology University of Darmstadt
UTC’s delegation in the working visit to Nantes-France
Working with Scientific and Arts Ministry of Hessen State-Germany
UTC’s delegation paid a visit to Master and Doctor students in Paris
Contact person: Prof. Dr. Thai Ha Phi – Director of International Cooperation Department firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Ngo Thuy Linh – Official of International Cooperation Department email@example.com_dn@utc.edu.vn firstname.lastname@example.org
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