Hanoi Architectural University

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Hanoi Architectural University
HAUlogo.jpg
Type Public university
Established 1969
Chancellor Do Dinh Duc, PhD
Academic staff
800
Undergraduates 6000
Postgraduates 400
Location Hanoi, Vietnam
Website http://hau.edu.vn/

Hanoi Architectural University (other name: Hanoi University of Architecture, Vietnamese: Đại học Kiến trúc Hà Nội) is a public research university located in Hanoi, Vietnam, specializing in architecture, planning, and civil engineering education and research. It was established in 1969 under the administration of Vietnam Ministry of Architecture (now is Vietnam Ministry of Construction). The school's predecessor is the Architecture Faculty of Hanoi University of Construction. Hanoi Architectural University is considered one of the best and largest universities in architecture, urban planning, and civil engineering in Vietnam. The school offers five-year bachelor degrees (B.Eng. and B.Arch.), two-year master's degrees, and PhD degrees.

Organizations[edit]

Schools[edit]

  1. School of Architecture
  2. School of Urban and Regional Planning
  3. School of Structural and Construction Engineering
  4. School of Urban Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering
  5. School of Urban Construction Management
  6. School of Industrial Fine Arts

Departments[edit]

  1. Department of Marxist - Leninist Philosophy
  2. Department of Postgraduate
  3. Department of In-service Training

Research Institutes[edit]

  • Institute of Tropical Architecture
  • Center for Urban Infrastructure Technology
  • Center for Urban Research and Education
  • Center for Construction and Project Management
  • Center for Hydraulic Research
  • Center for Environmental Studies

Other Centers[edit]

  • Office of Consultancy and Construction Technology
  • Construction and Urban Development, Inc.
  • Library information center
  • Service centers

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