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Le Quy Don Technical University


Le Quy Don Technical University
100 Hoang Quoc Viet, Cau Giay, Ha Noi, Vietnam

How to get to Le Quy Don Technical University

The University is about 28 km from Noi Bai International Airport. From the airport or hotels in the city, take a taxi to Le Quy Don Technical University (Hoc vien Ky thuat Quan su in Vietnamese) at 100 Hoang Quoc Viet, Nghia Do, Cau Giay, Ha Noi.

A brief history of the university

Le Quy Don Technical University has its history dated back to 1966 when the Vietnamese government issued the decision to establish the Second Branch of the Hanoi Polytechnique, now Ha Noi University of Science and Technology. The university opened its very first course later in October 1966 in Ha Noi. In 1968, the government decided to change the name of Second Branch of the Hanoi Polytechnique to the Military Technical University. The university is later changed named the Military Technical Academy. The official establishment of the university was made in 1991 when the government decided to build Le Quy Don Technical University based on the Military Technical Academy with the mission to provide human resource education for both the military and civil sector. The university is now one of the largest technical universities in Vietnam offering multidisiplinary undergraduate and postgraduate education in engineering and management. The number of education program includes 33 programs for bachelor, 17 programs for master and 13 programs for doctorate study. In 2008 the university was recognized as one of the 15 national key universities of Vietnam.

Introduction to the faculty

At Le Quy Don Technical University, the Faculty of Radio-Electronics is among the two oldest faculties which were originally established since 1966. It consists of 7 departments, one practice workshop, and a Center of Electronics and Telecommunications for advanced technology development and transfer. The faculty attracts an increasing number of PhD and postgraduate students to study. Most of PhD students are teaching staffs from national technical universities and colleges such as Thai Nguyen University, Nam Dinh University, Hung Yen University, and University of Mining Geology. The master students, whereas, mostly come from the leading telecommunication service providers such as Viettel Group, Vietnam Post and Telecommunication Group (VNPT), Vietnam Television, as well as research institutions. Apart from education, the faculty is chairing leading research projects funded by the National Key Science and Technology Programs and The National Foundation for Technology and Development in the area of wireless communications, antenna and electronic design, and aviation navigation. In the recent years, the faculty members have published a large number of technical papers in IEEE and IEICE journals and international conferences. The faculty is now looking forward to further cooperation with partners from Japanese and Asian universities for joint research project and education programs.
Contacts (E-mail ):
Korea: Hyunsik Ahn (hsahn@tu.ac.kr) / Tel: +82-51-629-1563 / C.P.: +82-10-2518-4777
Vietnam: Vo Nguyen Quoc Bao(baovnq@ptithcm.edu.vn) / Tel: +84-83-9101-536 / C.P.: +84-91-3454-446