Overview of development history

The National University of Civil Engineering was established in 1966 in Hanoi by the Government Council. Its predecessor wasthe Construction Faculty which had been managed for 10 years by Hanoi University of Science and Technology. 

Established in the war time, the University had to move from Hanoi Capital to evacuate to different localities in Ha Bac, Vinh Phu, etc. In late 1983, the University returned to Hanoi. Now it operates under the Ministry of Education and Training with its main campus in No. 55, Giai Phong Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi.
 

Development
Over 60 years of training, 50 years of establishment and development, each step taken by the National University of Civil Engineering has been closely linked with the development of the industry, the Capital and the country. 

We have strived to become a multi-disciplinary training university offering educational opportunities from graduate to PhD levels as well as to be one of the leading centers in researching and applying scientific and technological advancements in the field of construction. Until now, the University has educated over 60,000 engineers and architects with more than 5,000 masters and doctors. Different generations of the University’s lecturers and students have been working throughout the country, contributing to the national defense and development.
With all this considerable efforts, the National University of Civil Engineering has been granted many distinguished rewards. In 2016, on its 50th anniversary, the National University of Civil Engineeringwas awarded the First-class Independence Order for the second time.
 

Educational programs, Organization and Staff
Currently, the National University of Civil Engineering is offering study courses in 24 majors/disciplines at graduate level, 17 majors/disciplines at Master's level and 19 majors/disciplines at Ph.D. level. The training scale at undergraduate level is 18,000 students, at post-graduate 2,000. 

The organizational structure of the University consists of: 
+ University’s Council; Board of Governance; 
+ Council of Academics and Science; 
+ 12 academic training faculties, 
+ 4 academic management offices; 
+ Library, 
+ 55 departments; 
+ 18 laboratories and workshops; 
+ 15 administrative offices; 
+ 1 international center for cooperation and educational consultancy, and
+ 13 institutesof scientific research, development and technological transfer.
The National University of Civil Engineering currently has a staff of 945 people, including 680 lecturers (93.8% of who have post-graduate qqualifications), 39 experiment tutors, and 226 administration staff. Among the University’s teaching staff, 9 are titled People’s Teachers, 75 Merit Teachers, 56 professors and 152 associate professors. 
 

Policies of Innovation
Well aware of the University’s missions of “contributingto the national industrialization, modernization and international integration through the pursuit of education for high-qualifiedhuman resources, scientific research and advanced technology transfer in the field of construction”, the National University of Civil Engineering has fulfilled the policies of fundamental and comprehensive innovation in Education and Training, as followed:.
+ renewing study programs and syllabus; 
+ evaluating and giving quality assurance to the University’s operations; 
+ enhancing studying and teaching facilities, laboratories and library; 
+ adjusting the University’s administration mechanism and model, 
+ standardizing administrative procedures towards actively participating in the process of university autonomy and international integration.
With the fine traditions built up and the achievements gained in the past 60 years of training and 50 years of establishment and development, it is certain that the entire staff of the National University of Civil Engineering will make further efforts to maintain our position of a leading university in the field of construction with a modern environment, creativity and development.
 

Documentary film: "When humans are the most valuable asset "-  In celebration of 50th anniversary of National University of Civil Engineering (1966-2016)

Proceeding “National University of Civil Engineering: 50 years of establishment and development (1966-2016)”

 

Proceeding “National University of Civil Engineering: 50 years of establishment and development (1966-2016)”

 

 

Historical phases

  1. Construction Faculty, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, predecessor of (1956-1966)
  2. National University of Civil Engineeringin the evacuation period (1956-1966)
  3. National University of Civil Engineering in the present development period (1983 – now)
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