Technical University of Moldova

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Technical University of Moldova
UTM Chisinau - main entrance.jpg
Established 1964
Type Public university
Chancellor Ion Bostan
Academic staff 10
Admin. staff 800
Undergraduates 18,000
Location Chişinău, Moldova
Website utm.md

The Technical University of Moldova (Romanian: Universitatea Tehnică a Moldovei) is a higher technical educational institution located in Chişinău, Moldova, and is the only such institute in the country to be accredited by the state.

History[edit]

The Technical University of Moldova was founded in 1964, under the name "The Polytechnic Institute of Chişinău," as a center for engineering and economic specialties from the Moldova State University.

The university had begun with 5140 students and 278 teachers within 5 faculties: Electrotechnics, Mechanics, Technology, Construction and Economy. Since 1964, the university has grown extensively, producing 66,000 specialists and becoming an important educational, scientific and cultural center.

Faculties[edit]

The university offers courses in about 80 specialties and specializations, within the following 10 faculties:

• Faculty of Energetics
• Faculty of Engineering and Management in Mechanics
• Faculty of Engineering and Management in Machine Building
• Faculty of Radio electronics and Telecommunications(Before Electro-Physics faculty)
• Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics(Before Electro-Physics faculty)
• Faculty of Technology and Management in Food Industry
• Faculty of Light Industry
• Faculty of Urbanism and Architecture
• Faculty of Cadastre, Geodesy and Constructions
• Faculty of Economic Engineering and Business

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