1. Program Objectives   

    The Thermal Engineering Program aims to produce graduates with essential knowledge and skills enabling them to work effectively in consulting, researching, designing, manufacturing, operating, improving and maintaining Heat and Refrigeration systems. This program is also designed to prepare students for continued learning at higher levels and working in research or education establishments.

Specific program goals are as follows:
  (1) Providing students with basic knowledge on mathematics and science in order to study professional knowledge and to do further study;
  (2) Educating students with basic engineering knowledge and needed major knowledge in order to be able to solve problems related to analysis, evaluation, design, fabrication, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, research and development of products in the fields of heat, refrigeration & air conditioning engineering;
  (3) Training students to improve their personal, professional, teamwork and communication skills in order to work in interdisciplinary and multicultural environments;
 (4) Providing students with good understanding of economics and politics, basic knowledge on social science and humanities suitable to the major in order to contribute effectively to the sustainable development of the community and the society.

2. Expected Learning Outcomes of the Program

    The Program Objectives are expressed through the following Learning Outcomes:
(a). Being able to apply mathematics and science/technology knowledge to problems in the fields of mechanical and thermal engineering.
(b). Being able to do experiments, analyses and evaluations in the fields of mechanical and thermal engineering.
(c). Being able to design a system, a component or a process in the field of thermal engineering in order to fulfill practical demands.
(d). Being able to do teamwork in order to realize common problems.
(e). Being able to identify, analyze and solve technical problems in the field of thermal engineering.
(f). Understanding the career, having a sense of responsibility and professional ethics in the fields of mechanical and thermal engineering.
(g). Being able to communicate effectively by doing report and presentation in the country and having good English ability in order to work in international environment.
(h). Identifying the impact of technical solutions on economics, environment and society.
(i). Identifying the importance of self-study and the need for life-long learning.
(j). Having knowledge of contemporary problems.
(k). Being able to apply related software in the fields of mechanical and thermal engineering.

* Contribution of courses to program learning outcomes

 

No

Course

Credits

Learning outcomes of Thermal Engineering Program

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

    j

   k

SEMESTER 1: 16 credits

1

English 1

2

           

1

 

1

   

2

Military Training (Theory)

0

         

ü

     

ü

 

3

Military Training (Practice)

0

         

ü

     

ü

 

4

Physical Education 1

0

     

ü

       

ü

   

5

Linear Algebra

3

2

   

2

       

2

   

6

Calculus 1

4

2

   

2

       

2

   

7

General Physics 1

4

2

2

           

2

   

8

Introduction to Engineering

3

2

2

1

2

2

1.5

1

1

2

1

 

SEMESTER 2: 18 credits

 

1

English 2

2

           

1

 

2

   

2

Physical Education 2

0

     

ü

       

ü

   

3

Calculus 2

4

2

   

2

       

2.5

   

4

General Physics 2

4

2

2

           

2.5

   

5

General Physics Lab

1

2

2

 

2

   

2

       

6

Theoretical Mechanics

3

2

   

2

2

     

3

   

7

Engineering Drawing

3

2

   

2

2

 

2

 

3

   

8

General Mechanical Practice 1

1

2

2

   

2.5

     

3

 

2

SEMESTER 3: 20 credits

1

English 3

2

           

2

 

3

   

2

Physical Education 3

0

     

ü

       

ü

   

3

General Chemistry

3

2.5

             

3

   

4

Fluid Mechanics

3

2.5

3

 

2.5

       

3

 

2

5

Strength of Materials

3

2.5

     

2.5

     

3

   

6

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines

3

2.5

 

2

 

2.5

     

3

   

7

Mechanical Drawing

3

2

 

2

2.5

2.5

     

3

 

2.5

8

General Mechanical Practice 2

1

2

3

   

2.5

     

3

 

2.5

9

Introduction to Vietnamese Law

2

         

2

 

2

 

2

 

SEMESTER 4: 18 credits

1

English 4

2

           

2.5

 

3

   

2

Pumps, Fans and Compressors

2

3

3

2.5

2.5

2.5

2

   

3

2

2.5

3

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

4

3

3

2.5

2.5

3

2

   

3

2

2.5

4

Electrical and Electronic Equipment for Industrial Machinery

4

3

3

   

2.5

     

3

   

5

Machine Elements

3

3

 

2.5

 

2.5

     

3

   

6

Introduction to Computer Programming

3

3

             

3

2

2.5

SEMESTER 5: 19 credits

1

Hydraulic and Pneumatic Engineering

3

3

 

2.5

 

2.5

     

3

   

2

Refrigeration Engineering

3

3

3.5

3.5

3

3

2

2

2

3

2.5

3

3

Design Project

1

3

3

3

3

3

 

2

 

3

 

3

4

Probability and Statistics

3

3.5

3.5

           

3

   

5

Control System Technology

3

3

 

3

 

3

     

3

   

6

Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism

5

             

2

2

2

 

7

Thermal Engineering Workshop

1

 

3

 

3

2.5

     

3

   

SEMESTER 6: 17 credits

1

Renewable Energy

2

3

 

3.5

3

3

   

2.5

3

2.5

 

2

Air Conditioning Engineering

2

3

3.5

3.5

3

3

2

2

2

3

2.5

3

3

Steam Boilers and Burners

3

3

3.5

3.5

3

3

2

2

2

3

2.5

3

4

Drying Technology

2

3

3.5

3.5

3

3

2

2

2

3

2.5

3

5

Elective 1

3

3

 

3

 

3

     

3

   

6

Ho Chi Minh Ideology

2

             

2

2

2

 

7

Numerical Methods

3

3.5

     

3

     

3

 

3.5

SUMMER SEMESTER: 3 credits

1

Internship

3

 

3.5

4

3

3

3

2.5

2.5

3

2.5

 

SEMESTER 7: 16 credits

1

Revolutionary Policies of the Vietnam Communist Party

3

             

2

2

2

 

2

Elective 2

3

3

 

3

 

3

     

3

   

3

Thermal Engineering Project

1

3.5

3.5

4

3

3

3

2.5

3

3

2.5

3.5

4

Thermal Power Centers

3

3

3.5

3.5

3

3

2

2

2

3

2.5

3

5

Measurement and Automation for Thermal processes

3

3

3.5

3.5

3

3

2

2

2

3

2.5

3

6

Environment and Human

3

       

2

2

 

3

2

3

 

7

Thesis Proposal

0

   

4

 

3

3

2.5

3

3

3

3.5

SEMESTER 8: 15 credits

1

Elective 3

3

3

 

3.5

 

3

     

3

   

2

Elective 4 (Economics, Administraion and Management)

3

         

3

 

3

3

3

 

3

Thesis

9

3.5

4

4.5

3.5

3.5

3

3

3

3

3

3.5

TOTAL: 142 credits

 

Note:  

 

KNOWLEDGE

   

SKILLS

-   The bolded courses are managed and operated by HRE Department.

-   The numbers (1, 2, …, 5) shown in this table correspond to the levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy presented in the following Figure:

 Bloom Tãonomy

 

3. EDUCATIONAL DURATION: 4 years (8 semesters)

4. TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 142credits

    HCMUT uses credit formulae to record all types of academic works. The HCMUT bachelor’s degree program of study on a semester calendar requires at least 140 credit hours to be earned by the student. Therefore, it is impossible to determine exactly the study period for completing all courses, but it is estimated nearly 4 years. In the case of Thermal Engineering Program, the total credit hours are 142.

* ADMISSION CRITERIA:

The applicants must satisfy the following basic requirements:

- Passing the national high school examination which is often organized in July every year.

- Attaining the minimum score of related faculty or program published by HCMUT in July-August each year.

- Being the ones who are in the best group in terms of the gained score depending on the quota of each faculty or program.

Note:

     + Based on the corresponding national high school examination, every year in July-August HCMUT publishes its minimum scores for applicants who want to apply to HCMUT. The minimum scores are considered as the first requirement. In principle, at the national high school examination, those who have gained the score higher than or equal to the published minimum score of related faculty or program can apply for HCMUT consideration. Depending on the quota of each faculty or program and depending on the quality of the applicants who have submitted, the benchmark would be later determined. The applicants who have gained the national high school examination score higher than or equal to the benchmark would be recruited.

    + Currently, for new student recruitment, Thermal Engineering Program is firstly merged with Manufacture Program & Mechatronic Program. After two first semesters, students will be regrouped based on their professional expectations. The annual recruitment quota of Thermal Engineering Program is from 80-90 students.

5. TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT METHODS

5.1. Teaching method

Depending on the specific subject, lecturers can suitably combine the following active teaching methods:

- Lecture;

- Photos/Video Clips presentation;

- Question/Answer;

- Group discussion;

- Exercises in class;

- Quizzes;

- Presentation;

- Lab work;

- Home work;

- Projects;

- etc.

5.2. Learning method

Students in Thermal Engineering Program are encouraged to apply the following learning methods:
- Attending offered lecture;

- Participating in active learning activities such as questions & answers, problem-based discussion in group, one-minute writing feedbacks, games, project-based learning, multi-choice questionnaires, etc.

- Doing teamwork activities such as presentations, home works, projects, etc.

- Accessing online materials in order to download lectures, exercises, previous projects and exams, etc.

5.3. Assessment method

- The final score of all courses must include midterm and final examinations which are normally open.
- Besides midterm and final examinations, depending on the course features, the final score may include some more of the following components: in-class activities, experiments, quizzes, home works, presentations, projects, etc.
The component percentages creating the final score are shown in the course syllabus. The assessment method together with teaching/learning methods is considered as the basic means which enable learning outcomes to be achieved.

6. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

In order to be graduated, students must meet the following requirements:
- Being recognized as HCMUT official students;

- Completing the program offered by HCMUT in general and by HRE Department in particular;

- Accumulating at least 142 credits not more than 6 years;

- Gaining the final minimum GPA equal to 5;

- Attaining at least 450 score – TOEIC certificate (or equivalence);

- Joining social activities, the total time must be at least 15 days;

- Attaining the certificate of national Military Training and the certificate of Physical Education;

- Not being to stop compulsively the studies;

- Not being accused by the laws.

For your information, the following table indicates the rank and the score being used at HCMUT:

 

RANK

SCORE

Excellent

From 9 to 10

Very Good

From 8 to less than 9

Good

From 7 to less than 8

Fairly Good

From 6 to less than 7

Average

From 5 to less than 6

 

 1. Distribution of general and specialized knowledge in TE program

 

 

Group

 

Sub-group

Credits

 

 

Percentage, %

(1)

(2)

(3)

General knowledge

Mathematics and Natural Science

32

0

32

42.9

22.5

Social and Humanities Science

18

3

21

14.8

Language

8

0

8

5.6

Physical Education

Certificate

0

0

Military Training

Certificate

0

0

Core and specialized knowledge

Core

36

6

42

57.1

29.6

Specialized

21

3

24

16.9

Internship and Thesis

15

0

15

10.6

Total

130

12

142

100

100

Note:   (1) Compulsory                       (2) Elective                              (3) Total

 

2.  Distribution of courses by semester

 

Semester 1

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

LA1003

English 1

2

0

60

0

2

MI1003

Military Training

0

0

0

0

3

PE1003

Physical Education 1

0

0

0

0

4

MT1007

Linear Algebra

3

30

30

0

5

MT1003

Calculus 1

4

45

30

0

6

PH1003

General Physics 1

4

45

30

0

7

ME1001

Introduction to Engineering

3

30

30

0

Total Credit:

16

Semester2

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

LA1005

English 2

2

0

60

0

2

PE1005

Physical Education 2

0

8

22

0

3

MT1005

Calculus 2

4

45

30

0

4

PH1005

General Physics 2

4

45

30

0

5

PH1007

General Physics Labs

1

0

0

30

6

AS1003

Theoretical Mechanics

3

30

30

0

7

CI1003

Engineering Drawing

3

30

30

0

8

ME1005

General Mechanical Practice 1

1

0

0

60

Total Credit:

18

 

Semester3

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

CH1003

General Chemistry

3

30

15

15

2

LA1007

English 3

2

0

60

0

3

PE1007

Physical Education 3

0

0

0

0

4

CI2003

Fluid Mechanics

3

30

15

15

5

ME2003

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines

3

45

0

0

6

CI2001

Strength of Materials

3

30

15

15

7

ME2001

General Mechanical Practice 2

1

0

0

60

8

ME2021

Mechanical Drawing

3

15

30

30

9

SP1007

Introduction to Vietnamese Law

2

30

0

0

Total Credit:

20

 

Semester4

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

LA1009

English 4

2

0

60

0

2

ME2005

Electrical and Electronic Equipment for Industrial Machinery

4

30

30

30

3

CO1003

Introduction to Computer Programming

3

30

30

0

4

ME2007

Machine Elements

3

30

15

15

5

ME2039

Pumps, Fans and Compressors

2

15

15

15

6

ME2041

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

4

45

15

15

Total Credit:

18

 

Semester5

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

SP1003

Basic Principles of Marxism - Leninism

5

75

0

0

2

MT2001

Probability and Statistics

3

45

0

0

3

ME3001

Hydraulic and Pneumatic Engineering

3

30

15

15

4

ME2009

Control System Technology

3

30

15

15

5

ME2011

Design Project

1

0

45

0

6

ME3035

Refrigeration Engineering

3

30

15

15

7

ME2029

Thermal Engineering Workshop

1

0

0

45

Total Credit:

19

Semester6

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

MT1009

Numerical Methods

3

45

0

0

2

SP1005

Ho Chi Minh Ideology

2

30

0

0

3

ME3037

Air Conditioning Engineering

2

15

15

15

4

ME3041

Drying Technology

2

30

0

0

5

ME3043

Steam Boilers and Burners

3

30

15

15

6

ME3045

Renewable Energy

2

30

0

0

7

-

Elective 1

3

-

-

-

8

ME3019

Internship

3

0

180

0

Total Credit:

20

In which, the course “Elective 1” is one of the following courses in mechanical engineering:

 

ELECTIVE 1

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

ME2071

Manufacturing Processes

3

30

15

15

2

ME2015

Materials and Heat Treatment

3

30

15

15

3

ME3003

Tolerance and Measurement

3

30

15

15

4

ME4007

CAD/CAM

3

30

15

15

5

ME3215

Optimization and Experimental Design

3

30

30

0

6

ME3021

Material Handling Equipment

3

30

15

15

7

ME3203

Advanced Manufacturing Processes

3

30

15

15

8

ME3013

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

3

30

15

15

9

ME3007

Micro-Controller

3

30

15

15

 

Semester7

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

ME2019

Environment and Human

3

30

15

15

2

SP1009

Revolutionary Policies of the Vietnam Communist Party

3

45

0

0

3

ME4013

Measurement and Automation for Thermal Processes

3

30

15

15

4

ME4015

Thermal Power Centers

3

30

15

15

5

ME4053

Thermal Engineering Project

1

0

45

0

6

ME4091

Thesis Proposal

0

0

0

0

7

-

Elective 2

3

-

-

-

Total Credit:

16

In which, the course “Elective 2” is one of the following courses in mechanical engineering:

 

ELECTIVE 2

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

ME2071

Manufacturing Processes

3

30

15

15

2

ME2015

Materials and Heat Treatment

3

30

15

15

3

ME3003

Tolerance and Measurement

3

30

15

15

4

ME4007

CAD/CAM

3

30

15

15

5

ME3215

Optimization and Experimental Design

3

30

30

0

6

ME3021

Material Handling Equipment

3

30

15

15

7

ME3203

Advanced Manufacturing Processes

3

30

15

15

8

ME3013

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

3

30

15

15

9

ME3007

Micro-Controller

3

30

15

15

10

ME3229

Decision Making Techniques

3

30

30

0

11

ME3233

Management of Business Logistics

3

30

30

0

12

ME3025

Finite Element Method

3

45

0

0

 

Semester8

 

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

ME4039

Thesis

9

0

0

405

2

-

Elective 3

3

-

-

-

3

-

Elective 4

3

-

-

-

Total Credit:

15

In which, the course “Elective 3” is one of the following courses in project management:

 

ELECTIVE 3

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

IM1013

Economics

3

45

0

0

2

IM3001

Business Administration for Engineers

3

45

0

0

3

IM2003

Engineering Economics

3

45

0

0

4

IM3003

Production and Operations Management

3

45

0

0

5

IM2011

Project Management for Engineers

3

45

0

0

6

ME2047

Operations Management

3

45

0

0

And the course “Elective 4” is one of the following specialized courses in thermal engineering:

 

ELECTIVE 4

No.

ID

Name

Credit

Number of periods

Th

Ex

Lab

1

ME4311

Electrical Engineering in Refrigeration Systems

3

45

0

0

2

ME4309

Installation, Operating and Repair of Refrigeration System

3

45

0

0

3

ME4303

Combustion Engineering

3

45

0

0

4

ME4305

Steam Turbines and Gas Turbines

3

45

0

0

5

ME4313

English on Thermal Engineering

3

45

0

0

6

ME4307

Energy Economy

3

45

0

0

7

ME4301

Heat and Refrigeration Materials

3

45

0

0

 

3  Distribution of credit number by semester

 

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

Semester 4

Semester 5

Semester 6

Semester 7

Semester 8

Total

16

18

20

18

19

20

16

15

142

 

 

4. LIST of HRE LECTURERs Participating in the program

 

No

Full Name

Degree

Subjects

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

Le Chi Hiep

 

 

 

 

Prof.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Refrigeration Engineering

Air Conditioning Engineering

Renewable Energy

Energy Economy

English on Thermal Engineering

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

Nguyen Van Tuyen

 

 

 

Ph.D.

Steam Boilers and Burners

Thermal Power Centers

Steam Turbines and Gas Turbines

Combustion Engineering

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

Bui Ngoc Hung

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Air Conditioning Engineering

Refrigeration Engineering

Pumps, Fans and Compressors

Measurement and Automation for Thermal Processes

Drying Technology

Installation, Operating and Repair of Refrigeration System

Electrical Engineering in Refrigeration Systems

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

Ha Anh Tung

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Air Conditioning Engineering

Renewable Energy

Refrigeration Engineering

Introduction to Engineering

Heat and Refrigeration Materials

English on Thermal Engineering

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

5

 

 

Tran Van Hung

 

 

Ph.D.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Steam Turbines and Gas Turbines

Thermal Power Centers

Combustion Engineering

Thermal Engineering Project

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

Nguyen Minh Phu

 

 

 

Ph.D.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Introduction to Engineering

Pumps, Fans and Compressors

Measurement and Automation for Thermal Processes

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

7

 

 

Nguyen Van Hap

 

 

Ph.D.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Drying Technology

Refrigeration Engineering

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

8

 

 

Vo Kien Quoc

M.Sc.

(Ph.D. studying in Vietnam)

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Steam Boilers and Burners

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

 

9

 

 

Phan Thanh Nhan

 

M.Sc.

(Ph.D. studying in Italy)

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Introduction to Engineering

Pumps, Fans and Compressors

Drying Technology

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

10

 

 

Huynh Phuoc Hien

M.Sc.

(Ph.D. studying in Japan)

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Air Conditioning Engineering

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

11

 

Ngo Thien Tu

M.Sc.

(Ph.D. studying in Korea)

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

 

 

12

 

Hoang Thi Nam Huong

 

 

M.Sc.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Thermal Power Centers

Steam Turbines and Gas Turbines

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

 

 

 

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Nguyen Thi Minh Trinh

 

 

 

M.Sc.

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Introduction to Engineering

Drying Technology

Measurement and Automation for Thermal Processes

Energy Economy

Thermal Engineering Project

Thesis Proposal

Thesis

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Nguyen Van Hanh

B.Sc.

Thermal Engineering Workshop

* Training capacity:
    Every year the HRE Department receives 70 to 90 undergraduate students and 5 to 10 graduate students. According to statistics, recent graduates can find a job quickly and easily suitable for their major. Compared with the current demand for recruiting engineers in the field of thermal engineering from industry and society, the number of student graduated from the Department did not meet the demand of the society and even many last - year students have been employed by business before graduation.

   For detailed information on the training activities of the Department of Heat and Refrigeration Engineering, please refer to the website: www.nhietlanh.net.

Undergraduate Education:

- Management of the Thermal Engineering program.

- Teaching 23 specialized subjects each year.

- Teaching the course “Thermodynamics and Heat transfer” for full time students of faculties of Mechanical Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Applied Sciences.

- Teaching the course “Heat transfer and Heat exchangers” for full time students of the faculty of Materials Technology.

- Teaching the course “Heat transfer” for the PFIEV (Programme de formation d’ingénieurs d’excellence au Vietnam) program.

- Teaching in English the courses of “Thermal Physics”, “Thermodynamics” and “Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer” for International Training Programs (Advanced, High Quality, etc.) managed by OISP - Office for International Study Programs.

- Teaching the course “Introduction to Engineering” for freshmen of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the course “Soft Skills” for Pre-University OISP students.

- Teaching the course “Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer” for the Work-Study program and the course “Thermodynamics” for the Industrial Maintenance Training Center.

- Supervision of graduation thesis for the Thermal Engineering program.

* Job opportunities:

Graduates of Thermal Engineering can work in the following areas:

- Jobs related to the field of refrigeration & air conditioning such as:

  + Design of industrial refrigeration systems, air conditioning and other related thermal equipment;

  + Supervision and implementation of industrial refrigeration, individual & central air conditioning systems;

  + Trading in thermal equipment and related accessories;

  + Operation and maintenance of industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems in industrial factories, office buildings, commercial centers, seafood companies, cold storage warehouses;

- Jobs related to the field of thermal power plants, industrial heating systems such as:

  + Design of thermal equipment (boiler, calorifer, ...) for the processes in factories related to applications of paper mills, food processing, textiles, sugar cane, plastic - plasticizers, pharmaceutical production, ...;

  + Manufacturing, producing and trading the above-mentioned equipment;

  + Supervision and implementation of equipment in thermal power plants;

  + Operation and maintenance of heat supply systems in industry.

- Jobs in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency such as:

  + Consulting design and construction of systems using renewable energy;

  + Consulting solutions for energy efficiency and saving in fields related to industrial and civil applications;

  + Trading in energy saving equipment and systems using renewable energy.

* Annual scholarship opportunities for students of Thermal Engineering Program:

    Due to the close cooperation with many domestic and foreign enterprises, the HRE Department is one of the leading units in the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology which has great funding resources for students. Continuously from 2014 to now, the HRE Department receives an annual average amount of scholarship from 100 to 150 million VND. This funding resource is usually sponsored by large companies in the field of thermal engineering, typically include:

• Daikin Vietnam;

• Mitsubishi Electric;

• Bitzer;

• Hisense – Hitachi;

• Coteccons;

• Etc ...

With the average value of each scholarship of about 5 million VND per student, the annual scholarship fund has been awarded to 20-30 students of Thermal Engineering program each year. This scholarship has helped many students of good academic achievement or financial difficulties to have extra funding and better motivation to continue their studies.

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