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398

Undergraduate students

9

Countries in the world

1620

graduate students


Introduction to International Faculty

The strategic focus on advancing foreign language-based training programs is rooted in the establishment of two advanced programs under the International Faculty on August 12, 2013. These programs span three technical divisions: Mechanical Engineering and Materials, Electrical and computer Engineering (taught in English) ), and the Foreign Languages ​​.Over a span of more than a decade, up until 2023, the International Faculty's scope has expanded to encompass four technical divisions and a dedicated laboratory space. It has successfully launched five undergraduate programs taught in English, boasting a faculty and staff cohort of almost 50 individuals. The majority of faculty members within the faculty have overseas training and internships, resulting in Toefl-ITP English proficiency scores of 550 and above. FIT offers 4 English-taught undergraduate programs, specifically:

1. Mechanical Engineering(All curriculums are imported from The State University of New York at Buffalo, USA)
2. Electrical Engineering(All curriculums are imported from Oklahoma State University, USA)
3. Foreign Trade Professional Program(Taught in English)
4. English Language Program(Science and Technology)

scholarships

We are committed to making a world-class education affordable.

University scholarships

After every semester, international students who achieve good academic performance will be selected to receive the University's encouragement scholarships

Scholarships from other businesses and organizations

Eligible international students can receive additional scholarships from big corporations such as Samsung, LG, etc.

Scholarships from international companies and universities

Eligible international students have opportunities to be granted full scholarships to study graduate programs after graduating from TNUT

Tuition, room, & board covered

for undergrads with family incomes below $10,000

Graduate aid available

based on available funds and academic merit

Undergraduate programs


Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering (ME) BS Program at the University at Buffalo is accredited by ABET, which requires a formal Outcomes Assessment and Continuous Improvement process to ensure excellent educational quality. The Educational Objectives for the Advanced Program of the ME BS program at TNUT are helpful to prepare fundamental graduates, basic, specific and societal knowledge for a career or further studies in mechanical engineering or related disciplines, applying the concepts and principles of mathematics, science and engineering in industrial activities.

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Electrical Engineering

The Advanced Program in Electrical Engineering provides students with general education knowledge, technical specialization, basic practice skills, can be able to detect and solve Electrical Engineering problems. Students can have the basic knowledge of mathematics, natural science to study the concentration courses and developing study in higher educational level. Fluency in software as CAD/CAM/CNC, C++, Matlab, and etc. They also have the opportunities to work in technical departments, room design, mechanical and electrical rooms and other consulting companies, design and construction of electricity; the training institutions, research institutes and technology transfer in the fields of electrical engineering.

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Foreign Trade

Foreign Trade provides a comprehensive approach for students to possess solid foundational and specialized knowledge, research capabilities, and creativity. They will also acquire practical skills in Investment activities, Import and Export of goods, International payments, and Transportation for both Vietnamese and Foreign enterprises. Graduates from this program will demonstrate strong professional skills, proficient in English for Foreign Trade, and the ability to adapt to advanced working environments.

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English Language

The training program in English Language – Major in Science Engineering and Technology provides learners with knowledge and skills to use general English and in the fields of Science, Engineering and Technology. Help students develop skills related to personal, professional and social qualities. Especially the ability to apply knowledge in practice in the context of society and business. You will always be welcomed by employers if you know how to take advantage of your language skills in specific jobs.

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University Life

As you grow more familiar with the faces and places around you, you'll begin to recognize something else: a feeling of belonging. Make yourself at home!

Facility

There is an impressive architectural space; all office-building, lecture hall, library, laboratory, dormitory and sport complex are arranged in a homogeneous design with green grass, flower gardens, bonsai and big trees whose age is equal to that of the university. This makes us feel as if it was a vast vegetal park with fresh and pure.

Residential life

You will have chances to live in dorms with international students allowing for plenty of opportunities to socialize and bond.

Students activities

University is about learning – and not all learning happens in the classroom. Extracurricular activities help you grow your talents and explore new interests. They create unique opportunities to bond with your classmates and develop skills that serve you well throughout your life.

How to apply

  • Step 1: Fill in your information (click to see in detail)
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  • Step 3: If you have any questions that you would like to discuss before making a decision to enroll, you can contact us via email or the phone number provided below (click to see in detail)

    1. Faculty of International Training
    Email: Khoaquocte@tnut.edu.vn
    Phone: (+84) 02083747799

    2. Ms Tran Hoang Viet Van: Lecturer of TNUT’s Faculty of International Training
    Email: vanviet@tnut.edu.vn
    Tel .: (+84) 0354269956

    3.Mr. Nguyen Duc Mui: The tutor of TNUT’s Faculty of International Training.
    Email: ducmui@tnut.edu.vn
    Tel: (+ 84) 392266928

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1. Scholarships

I. ADVANCED PROGRAMS (STUDY IN ENGLISH) – Training period: 5 years including 1-year English supplementary course. – Teaching and learning: In English
No Specialization Specialized codes Detailed information about tuition fees, scholarships
1Mechanical Engineering (All curriculums are imported from The State University of New York at Buffalo – UB, NY, USA )7905218 The first year – English Supplementary Course: around 833USD. students already have a toefl certificate at least 450 or quivalent, or graduated from high school studying in English, will be waived this year and the tuition fees as 833 USD.
* From the second year to the 5thth year: On average, 20 million VND (~$833 USD per year).    
* International students are exempted from the university dormitory fees and only pay electricity and water.  
* International students have the same opportunity to receive scholarships as Vietnamese students as follows.
+ University scholarships: After every semester, international students who achieve good academic performance will be selected to receive the University’s
encouragement scholarships like Vietnamese students. The value of the scholarships can be up to the full amount of the tuition fees that a student has paid for a semester.
+ Scholarships from other businesses and organizations: Eligible international students can receive additional scholarships from big corporations such as Samsung, LG, etc.
Scholarships from international companies and universities: Eligible international students have opportunities to be granted full scholarships to study graduate programs after graduating from TNUT.
  2  Electrical Engineering (All curriculums are imported from Oklahoma State University – OSU, OK, USA)  7905228
II. REGULAR PROGRAMS – Training period: 4 years including 1-year English supplementary course. – Teaching and learning: In English and Vietnamese
  3  Foreign Trade                  7510601+ University scholarships: After every semester, international students who achieve good academic performance will be selected to receive the University's encouragement scholarships like Vietnamese students. The value of the scholarships can be up to the full amount of the tuition fees that a student has paid for a semester.
+ Scholarships from other businesses and organizations: Eligible international students can receive additional scholarships from big corporations such as Samsung, LG, etc. Scholarships from international companies and universities: Eligible international students have opportunities to be granted full scholarships to study graduate programs after graduating from TNUT.
  4  English Language  7220201

2. Undergraduate programs

Programs for Mechanical Engineering

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1GEN101Integrated skills (Elementary)9  
2GEN104Reading skills 14  
  Total13  

SEMESTER 2

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1GEN102Learner training 17  
2GEN103Listening skill 16  
3GEN204Reading skills 24  
  Total17  

SEMESTER 3

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1GEN203Listening skill 25  
2GEN201Speaking skills3  
3GEN202Learner training 27  
4GEN224Reading skills 33  
  Total18  

SEMESTER 4

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1GMA001Engineering Principles3  
2ENG104English for Academic Purposes4  
3MAT102Calculus 13  
4GMA102Introduction to engineering drawing and CAD330  
5B103BC1Elective Physical Education 1(1)  
  Total13  

SEMESTER 5

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1CHE101General chemistry310  
2ENG106English for Engineering3  
3MAT103Calculus 23  
4END207General Law  Tiếng Việt
GEE004Experimental methods 11 Foreigner
5PHY001Physics 14  
6B103BD1Elective Physical Education 2(1)  
  Total14  

SEMESTER 6

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1MAT001Introductory Linear Algebra3  
2MAE001Statistics3  
3PHY002Physics 23  
4MAT004Calculus 34  
5PHY003Physics laboratory1 30 
6B103BR1Elective Physical Education 3(1)  
  Total14  

SUMMER SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1TCV004National defense education   

SEMESTER 7

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS123Philosophy of Marxism and Leninism  Tiếng Việt
EE0017Introduction to Digital Signal Processing3 Foreigner
2MAE002Dynamics3  
3MAE008Thermodynamics3  
4MAE009Fluids Mechanics2  
5MAT005Differential Equations3  
  Total14  

SEMESTER 8

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS305Scientific socialism  Tiếng Việt
GEE011energy conversion3 Foreigner
2MAE005Mechanics of Solids3 10 
3MAE006Engineering Materials3  
4MAE007Engineering materials LAB1 30 
Elective courses (2 races)6  
5.1MAE024Engineering Computations(3) 30 
5.2MAE032Geometric dimensioning and Tolerance(3) 30 
5.3MAE014Instrumentation and Computing(3) 30 
6.1MAE042mechatronics(3)  
6.2MAE043Materials selection in mechanical design(3)  
6.3MAE044 Automotive Vehicle Dynamics(3)  
  Total16  

SEMESTER 9

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS215Political Economics of Marxism and Leninism  Tiếng Việt
MAE060Ethics in engineering3 Foreigner
2GMA004Introduction to ME Practice330 
3MAT106Applied Math for MAE3  
4MAE115Manufacturing Processes4 30 
 Elective courses (1 course)3  
5.1GEE001Electrical Science(3)  
5.2GEE003Quality Management(3)  
5.3MAE025Industrial Maintenance Engineering and Management(3)  
5.4MAe049Industrial management enterprises(3)  
  Total16  

SEMESTER 10

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
2BAS217History of the Vietnamese communist party  Tiếng Việt
EE0003Solid State Electronic Devices3 Foreigner
1GEE002Engineering Economy3  
3MAE004Design of machine elements4 10 
4MAE010Heat Transfer3 20 
5TTV101Machining workshop0 90 
6EEC010System Analysis3  
  Total16  

SEMESTER 11

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1MAE030Electrical & Electronic Equipment for Industrial Machinery320 
2MAE122Design project in mechanical engineering2  
3MAE027Product Design in CAE Environment3 30 
Elective courses (2 races)6  
4.1MAE029MAE Laboratories(3) 90 
4.2MAE003Theory Of Machines and Mechanisms(3)10 
4.3MAE048Introduction to Industrial Automation(3)3520
4.4MAE045Introduction to Finite Element Analysis(3)  
4.5MAE046Introduction to Composite Materials(3)  
4.6MAE047Higher level languages(3)  
  Total14  

12RD SEMESTER

– For technological major

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS110Ho Chi Minh's ideology  Tiếng Việt
2MAE016Design Process and Methods3  
3MAE018Manufacturing Automation310 
      
  Elective courses3  
4.1GMA002Field trips(3)  
4.2GMA003Engineering Impact on Society(3)  
4.3GMA006Industrial environment and sustainable development(3)  
4.4GMA007Principle of Communication(3)  
  Total9  

– For engineering major

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS110Ho Chi Minh's ideology  Tiếng Việt
2MAE016Design Process and Methods3  
3MAE018Manufacturing Automation310 
4MAE033CAD/CAM-CNC320 
  Elective courses3  
5.1GMA002Field trips(3)  
5.2GMA003Engineering Impact on Society(3)  
5.3GMA006Industrial environment and sustainable development(3)  
5.4GMA007Principle of Communication(3)  
  Total12  

SEMESTER 13 (For engineering major)

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1.1MAE031Machining technology(3) 20 
1.2MAE017Design Product with CAD(3) 30 
2.1MAE035Design of jigs and fixtures(3) 10 
2.2MAE038Injection Molding Design(3) 30 
3.1EE0020Control Systems(3) 
3.2MAE034CAD/CAM-CNC Lab(3) 90 
4.1MAE039Industrial system design(3)  
4.2MAE026Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems(3)30 
5.1MAE037Additive Manufacturing(3)30 
5.2MAE041Advanced CAD/CAE(3)30 
  Total15  

SEMESTER 14 (For engineering major)

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1TTV002Internship in Industry6 New
  Total6  

SEMESTER 15 (For engineering major)

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1MAE020Mechanical Engineering Project6 New
  Total6  

Programs for Electrical Engineering

1RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1GMA001Engineering Principles3  
2ENG104English for Academic Purposes4  
3MAT001Introductory Linear Algebra3  
4PHY001General Physics 14  
5TCV001Physical Strength Education 10 Do not accumulate
  Sum14  
2RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1MAT002Calculus 13  
2PHY002General Physics 23  
3ENG106English for Engineering3  
  4BAS123Philosophy of Marxism and Leninism3  
MAE060Ethics in Engineering3  
5TCV002Physical strength education 20 Do not accumulate
  Sum12  
3RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1MAT003Calculus 23  
2GEE001Electrical sciences3  
3MAE001Statics (Static)3  
4PHY003Physics laboratory1  
5TCV003Physical Strength Education 30 Do not accumulate
  Sum10  
SUMMER SEMESTER
1TCV004National defense education0  
4RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
    1  BAS215Political economics of marxism and leninism  2   Tiếng Việt
GMA002Introduction to engineering drawing and CAD3 Foreigner
2MAT004Calculus 34  
3GEE002Engineering Economy3  
    Sum9 Tiếng Việt
  10 Foreigner
5RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
  1BAS305Scientific socialism2 Tiếng Việt
GMA004Introduction to MAE practice3 Foreigner
2GEE003Electromagnetic fields3  
3MAT005Differential Equations3  
4EEC007network analysis3  
  Sum11 Tiếng Việt
  12 Foreigner
6RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1EE0003Solid-state electronic devices3  
2GEE004Experimental methods 11  
3EE0008Signal analysis3  
4GEE011Energy conversion3  
  Sum10  
7RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1EE0006Digital logic design3  
2EE0001Electronic devices and applications 13  
3EE0005Linear electronics circuit design3  
4GEE005Experimental methods 21  
5TTV101Workshop0  
  Sum10  
8RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
  1  BAS217History of Vietnamese communist party  2   Tiếng Việt
GEE015Minor Project of Independent Study1 Foreigner
2EE0017Introduction to Digital Signal Processing3  
3GEE007Random signals and noise3  
4EE0004Electronic devices and applications 24  
    Sum12 Tiếng Việt
  11 Foreigner
9RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1EE0009Senior Design 13  
2EEC010Systems analysis3  
3EE0015Power system analysis and design3  
4GEE006Experimental methods 31  
  Sum10  
10RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1GMA006High-level languages3  
2EE0013Communication electronics3  
3EE0002Microcomputer Principles and Applications3  
  4BAS110Ho Chi Minh's ideology2 Tiếng Việt
MAE014Instrumentation and computers3 Foreigner
  Sum11 Tiếng Việt
  12 Foreigner
11RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1END207Introduction to Law2 Vietnamese (New)
2GEE008Communication theory3  
3EE0014Digital electronics circuit design3  
4EE0020Control Systems3  
  Selective3  
5GMA003Engineering Impact on Society3  
6GMA006Industrial environment and sustainable development3  
7GMA007Principle of Communication3  
  Sum14 Tiếng Việt
  12 Foreigner
12RD SEMESTER
No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
 Selective (For Bachelor of Engineering BEng)   
1TTV102Internship in Industry (Bachelor's Graduation Internship)2 4 weeks
2EE0020BEng Final Design Project (Bachelor's Graduation Project)6 8 weeks
  Sum(For Bachelor)8  
 Selective (For Engineer)   
 EE0012Power Electronics3  
 GEE009Data communications3  
 EE0016Senior Design 23  
 GMA005The evolution of the Earth and Solar system3  
 Selective (01 of 3 courses)   
 MAE014Instrumentation and computers3  
 EE0011Engineering Optics3  
 EE0018Wireless Sensors Network3  
  Sum(For Engineers)15  
SEMESTER 13 (For Engineer)
1TTV002Internship in Industry (Graduate Internship)6  
2EE0019Engineer Final Project6  
  Sum12  

Programs for Foreign Trade

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1 Probability and Statistics2  
2BAS123Philosophy of Marxism and Leninism3 Vietnamese students
MAT001Introductory Linear Algebra international students
3 English Module 13  
GMA001Engineering Principles international students
4 Physical strength education (requirement)0  
5 Selection (Choose 2 out of 3 subjects)4  
5.1 History of Economic Theories(2)  
5.2 Introduction to Industrial Management(2)  
5.3 Introduction to Industrial Economics(2)  
  Sum12 (12)  

2RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS215Political Economics of Marxism and Leninism2 Vietnamese students
GMA003Engineering Impact on Society3 international students
2 Principles of Microeconomics3  
3END207General Law2 Vietnamese students
 Calculus international students
4 Principles of Statistics2  
5 Principles of Management3  
6 Physical strength education – Selection (Choose 1 out of 4)   
6.1B103BC1Physical strength education (Volleyball 1)   
6.2B103BD1Physical strength education (Football 1)   
6.3B103BR1Physical strength education (Basketball 1)   
6.4B103CL1Physical strength education (Badminton 1)   
  Sum12 (13)  

3RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS305Scientific Socialism2 Vietnamese students
GMA005The Evolution of Earth and Solar System3 international students
2 Principles of Macroeconomics3  
 Introduction to Accounting3  
4 Principles of Marketing3  
5 business law2  
  Sum13 (14)  

SUMMER SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1TCV004 National defense education0 Vietnamese students

4RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1BAS217History of the Vietnamese Communist Party2 Vietnamese students
 Introduction to Engineering Drawing international students
2 Course Project for Economics1  
 Business Statistics3  
4 Mathematics for Economists3  
5 English Module 23  
 Ethics in Engineering International student
  Sum12(12)  

5RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1 Practicum in Industrial Management2  
2 Computer Applications Industrial Management3  
3 English Module 33  
 English for Engineering International student
4 Electrical Science3  
5 Business Communications3  
  Sum14(14)  

6RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1 Human Resource Management3  
2 Corporate Finance3  
3 Financial and Monetary Theory3  
4 Industrial Economics3  
5 Mechanical Science            2  
  Sum14(14)  

7RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1 Business Analysis3  
2 International Business3  
3 Strategic Management3  
4 Foreign Trade Practice3  
  Sum12(12)  

8RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1 Supply Chain Management3  
2 International Investment3  
 Managerial Accounting2  
2 International Logistics2  
4BAS110Ho Chi Minh's Ideology2 Vietnamese students
  Sum12 (10)  

9RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
 Customs Practices3  
2 International Payment3  
3Selection (Choose 1 out of 4)5  
3.1Complex 01   
3.1.1 International Procurement(2)  
3.1.2 Export-Import Practices(3)  
3.2Complex 02Complex 02  
3.2.1 E-Logistics(2)  
3.2.2 Transportation and forwarding(3)  
3.3Complex 03Complex 03  
3.3.1 Insurance in Foreign Trade(2)  
3.3.2 International Trade Transaction(3)  
  Sum11(11)  

10RD SEMESTER

No.--Course nameCreditLab/practice hoursFootnotes
1 Internship Program3  
2 Graduation Thesis6  
  Sum9(9)  

Programs for English Language

1RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of creditsNumber of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stBAS123Marxist – Leninist Philosophy30 
2ndENG102English Listening 120 
3rdENG101English Speaking 120 
4thENG104English Reading 120 
5thENG106English Writing 120 
6thENG0107Inglés Pronunciation20 
7thENG0106English Grammar 12  
8thPedxnumxFoundation of Vietnamese Culture2  
9thPedxnumxVietnamese Language Practice2  
10thBAS0109Physical Education (Compulsory)(1)  
Total19  

2RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of credits Number of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stBAS215Marxist-Leninist Political Economics2  
2ndENG108English Listening 22  
3rdENG107English Speaking 22  
4thENG109English Reading 22  
5thENG110English Writing 22  
6thENG0108English Grammar 22  
7thEND207General Law2  
8thBAS103Physical Education (Optional)(1)  
Total1 4  

3RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of creditsNumber of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stENG206English Listening 32  
2ndENG205English Speaking 32  
3rdENG207English Reading 32  
4thENG208English Writing 32  
5thTEE107Basic Infomatics3  
6thENG210Introduction to Science and Technology2  
7thBAS305Science of Socialism2  
8thENG209Chinese 13  
9th Optional Subject (Choose one option)  2  
9.1PedxnumxLogic Studies2  
9.2PedxnumxGeneral P2  
10thBAS206Physical Education 2 (Optional)1  
Total20  

4RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of creditsNumber of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stENG2 12English Listening 42  
2ndENG2 11English Speaking 42  
3rdENG2 13English Reading 42  
4thENG2 14English Writing 42  
5thENG2 15Chinese 23  
6thBAS217History of the Vietnamese Communist Party2  
7thPedxnumxIntroduction to Linguistics2  
8thPedxnumxResearch Methodology2  
9thENGL 313English for Economics and Business2  
Total19  

5RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of creditsNumber of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stENGL 307English for Electrical Engineering and Electronics3  
2ndENGL 314English for Information Technology and Communication2  
3rdENGL 304Theory of Translation2  
4thENG309Lexicology2  
5thENG2 16Phonetics and Phonology2  
6thENGL 308Chinese 32  
7thBAS110Ho Chi Minh's Ideology2  
8th Optional Subject (Choose one option)  4  
 ENG317Technical Ccommunication2  
 ENG107Introduction to Natural Sciences2  
Total1 9  

6RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of creditsNumber of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stENG40 4English for Mechanical Engineering and Aerodynamics3  
2ndENG40 5English for Civil and Environmental Engineering3  
3rdENG319English Translation for Science and Technology2  
4thENG320English Interpreting for Science – Technology2  
5thENGL 318Chinese 4 _2  
6th Optional Subject (Choose one optional subject)2  
6.1ENG315American – English socio-cultural studies2  
6.2E NG316American – English Literature2  
  Total1 4  

7RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of creditsNumber of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stENG406English Teaching Methodology4  
2ndENG326Advanced English Grammar3  
3rdelective units (choose 4 among 6 subjects in the combination of translation and want torpretation subjects)8  
3.1ENG321English Translation for Economics, Business and Information Technology  2  
3.2ENG322English Interpretation for Economics, Business and Information Technology2  
3.3ENG411English Translation for Electrical Engineering and Electronics 2  
3.4ENG412English Interpretation for Electrical Engineering and Electronics 2  
3.5ENG413English Translation for Mechanical Engineering, Automotive, Civil litigation and Environmental Engineering  2  
3.6ENG414English Interpretation for Mechanical Engineering, Automotive, Civil litigation and Environmental Engineering  2  
Total1 5  

8RD SEMESTER

ordinal numbersSubject CodeName of subjectsNumber of creditsNumber of Lab period practice classesNotes
1stENG409Internship3  
2ndENG410Graduation paper5  
Total8  

3. University life

  • Facilities: There is an impressive architectural space; All office-building, lecture hall, library, laboratory, dormitory and sports complex are arranged in a homogeneous design with green grass, a flower garden, bonsai and big trees whose age is equal to that of the university. This makes us feel as if it was a vast vegetal park with fresh and pure.

Experiencing 50 years of construction and development, currently, the facility of the university consists of a 35 ha campus, 16,317 m2 classroom, 6,033 m2 office-building for the board committee and the functional office, 10,351 m2 office-building for lectures, 4,931 m2 experimental laboratory, and 2,862 m2 for practice with sufficient modern equipment, 19,000 m2 dormitory, 3,476 m2 library, 1,200 m2 cafeteria, 198 m2 clinic, more than 10,000 m2 court for outdoor activities. All the facilities are set and upgraded frequently according to the overall planning of the university.

  • Residential life: you will have chances to live in dorms with international students allow for plenty of opportunities to socialize and bond.

There are six 5-story buildings from K1 to K6. Each room is equipped with bunk beds for 6 to 8 students and a self-contained bathroom. Each room has an area of ​​more than 30 m2 and reasonable costs for electricity, water, and support services. Dormitories are equipped with a full internet system in each room with high-speed transmission, which makes it convenient for students to access the network, register for study, do exercises, and contact teachers via e-learning.

  • Student activities: University is about learning – and not all learning happens in the classroom. Extracurricular activities help you grow your talents and explore new interests. They create unique opportunities to bond with your classmates and develop skills that serve you well throughout your life.

At FIT, activities will complement your studies. Your commitment level is entirely up to you.

We have more than 20 student organizations for you to register focused on everything from language (TNUT English club, TNUT Chinese club,...) and sport (TNUT Runners, TNUT Badminton club, TNUT Chess club,...) to learning (TNUT STEM club, TNUT Creative club,…), and talent (TNUT Guitar club, TNUT Gala club, ...). Through extracurricular activities, you'll meet new people, pursue your interests (or discover new ones), and enrich your understanding of the world and the people in it.