The Engineer training program has reached agreement among the top 7 technical schools

Time start: 12:00 am 01/01/1970

Time finish: 12:00 am 01/01/1970


On the morning of June 27, the joint announcement ceremony was officially held at Da Nang University of Science and Technology. This is the first time that 7 leading technical universities in Vietnam have signed a consensus on common principles in developing the Engineer training program, in order to promote and improve the quality of training, in line with practices. and international standards.

The signing ceremony of the joint announcement took place with the participation of universities in the engineering sector including Hanoi University of Technology; Polytechnic University, National University of Ho Chi Minh City; Polytechnic University, University of Da Nang; University building; University of Transport and Communications; Thuy Loi University and Hanoi University of Mining and Geology.

It is known that universities have discussed and agreed on a number of principles to develop engineer training programs such as number of credits, training models and common program standards.

Assoc.Prof.Dr. Hoang Minh Son speaks at the ceremony

At the ceremony, Rectors of 7 participating universities in turn announced the development roadmap of engineer training programs. Assoc.Prof.Dr. Hoang Minh Son, Rector of Hanoi University of Technology, said: “With the responsibility of technical universities in developing human resources for the country in the digital transformation period, we hope want to provide the best quality training program and provide businesses with highly qualified human resources, suitable for the development of technology and society. We hope that the Degree of Engineers trained in Vietnam can be compared and highly appreciated in the region and around the world.

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thu Thuy highly appreciated the connection activities of universities in the engineering sector

Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Thu Thuy, Acting Director of Higher Education Department, highly appreciated the solidarity spirit and the pervasiveness of this connection in educational activities, at the same time said that the common unity between schools is not has only domestic influence but is more distant to the international labor market.

“The development of standards for each Vietnamese education and training level is very important. It is the orientation for the minimum common ground of Vietnamese human resources to the needs of the domestic and national labor markets. health. ” – Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thu Thuy shared.

Specifically, the engineer training programs will be built in the direction of professional expertise with program standards in terms of input, output and amount of knowledge, ensuring equivalent to master’s degree and achieving level 7. Framework of national qualifications.

With a minimum amount of full-course knowledge of 180 credits and standardized training quality, graduates can learn to transfer knowledge back and forth between Engineering and Master degrees.

In addition, the training programs will be organized in two main models: training model with an integrated Bachelor-Engineer program for the same industry, and awarding Bachelor’s and Engineering degrees to graduates. (full-course program designed for training period of 5 years or 5.5 years); and 2-stage training model with 2 programs, corresponding to two degrees of Bachelor and Engineer in the same field or nearby disciplines, and award Bachelor’s and Engineering degrees after each stage ends.

Signing ceremony announced between the top 7 technical universities

In the era of industrial revolution 4.0, this combination is essential for students to take a deeper, broader and more comprehensive approach. The unification of standards for Engineering training programs is said to be a good sign for both learners and businesses. Many businesses expect to be able to receive high quality human resources thanks to the cooperation programs in the training process of universities in the engineering sector.

This is the first step of a pioneer direction to improve the quality of training programs to meet the actual needs of society. The development of common standards for Engineer training programs is not only of domestic significance, but also of particular importance to Vietnam in the period of international integration, when the value of a traditional Engineer degree is achieved. standardization and enhancement.

Source: Hanoi University of Science and Technology