INTRODUCTION ABOUT ADVANCED PROGRAM IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

 

ABOUT US

Hanoi University of Mining and Geology is the public university under the Ministry of Education and Training, was established in 1966 on the basis of Faculty of Mining and Geology of Hanoi University of Science and Technology, which is the top engineering university of Vietnam in the fields of oil and gas, earth science, mining, measurement, ...

Advance program in Chemical Engineering at Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Hanoi, Vietnam is supported and partial funded by the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) of Vietnam. The official language in teaching is English. The curriculum is adapted from the Chemical Engineering Program at the University of California at Davis (UC Davis). The UC Davis (www.ucdavis.edu) is ranked 40th in the world. The courses will be taught by UC Davis Professors.

In the first quarter, the student will study English only. Their teachers are native speaking professors. In the second and third quarters, they will study both English and the courses in the curriculum.

The students will study in the international standard environment with good facilities, modern library and laboratory...

Many opportunities to have scholarships from PetroVietnam, ConocoPhillips, BP, Schlumberger, Foreign partner - Universities, …

Admission

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Good English (TOEFL > 450 or equivalent).

Tuition Fee

The tuition fee is $2.500/academic year.

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Program name:     Advanced Program in Chemical Engineering

Degree:                 Undergraduate (Engineer)

Major:                   Chemical Engineering                      

Form of training:   Full-time

 

1. Educational Objectives

The objectives are to provide a flexible curriculum that enable students to keep up-to-date the latest developments in the field of chemical engineering and oil and gas processing, to provide distinctive knowledge in the area of engineering, and to develop critical thinking for solving problems. The outcomes from the program are characterized by the following capabilities of students:

  • Apply mathematics, science, and engineering to solve problems emerged in the chemical engineering and oil and gas processing fields.
  • Work in multidisciplinary teams to design and evaluate components, systems or processes in the characterization of chemical engineering and oil and gas processing fields.
  • Ability to self-study and research, to have logical thinking and scientific methodology.  Address ethical, professional, and societal problems associated with the interactions between biological and non-biological systems.
  • Engage in advanced study, life-long learning, and be aware of current issues in chemical engineering and oil and gas processing fields.
  • Professional employment in areas such as petroleum industry, chemical and environmental.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Fluency in English.

2. Program Duration: 4 years, including 1 quarter of Advance English Training and 1 quarter for thesis research and writing.

 Courses

(No. Credits)

Compulsary courses

(146 Credits)

1

General Education (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English,…)

65

3

Major core courses

46

4

Concentration courses  

30

5

Graduation practice and Graduation Thesis

6

Elective courses

(18 Credits)

6

Elective Courses

18

Total

165

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For details see attached file