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DTU Livestreams 2019 Enrollment Advice

To provide applicants and their parents a clearer understanding of enrollment criteria and the majors offered by DTU, the university has developed a Facebook live stream of enrollment advice. The first broadcast on May 25 was viewed by tens of thousands and had rave reviews. As a follow up, a second broadcast was streamed on May 29 for potential applicants on the topic “Why study Electrical Engineering?”. 
 
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DTU staff and lecturers during the live streamed enrollment consultation
 
The second broadcast was attended by Dr. Nguyen Phi Son, Head of Academic Affairs; Dr. Ha Dac Binh, Dean of the Faculty of Electronic Engineering; Nguyen Le Mai Duyen, Head of the Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering Division; and Ngo Le Minh Tam, Head of the Embedded Systems Division. They answered questions from applicants and their parents.
 
Applicants asked for more details about the majors and training schedules. “DTU currently schedules studies using a credit-based system, with an average of sixteen credits per semester.” said Head of Academic Affairs, Dr. Nguyen Phi
Son.  
 
A Facebook live stream on the topic: "Why study Electrical Engineering?" 
 
The Dean, Dr. Ha Dac Binh, explained that, “The faculty offers five majors. Two of them have curricula imported from Purdue University, Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering. We also offer majors in Telecommunications, Electrical Automation and Embedded Systems. All of these are adapted to the latest international developments and the 4.0 Industrial Revolution. The five majors each have a duration of 4.5 years, which can be shortened by signing up for extra credits. However, you are allowed to sign up for up to nineteen credits per semester, the three extra credits are free and can result in reducing study time to only eight semesters.”
 
Questions were asked about the advanced international programs shared with Purdue University. The Head of the Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering Division, Nguyen Le Mai Duyen, said “We share two majors, Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering with Purdue, well-known for its engineering expertise. The program provides basic to advanced knowledge and practice on the most modern equipment. The students also learn about informatics, foreign languages and other skills. Purdue University lecturers visit DTU, giving access to the latest international information and teaching methods.”
 
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Dr. Ha Dac Binh answers questions at the second live stream
 
Many applicants were uncertain about studying Electrical Engineering at a university or vocational college. Dr. Ha Dac Binh said: “I will explain the difference to you. Firstly, studying at DTU will educate you in two sets of knowledge. Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and other basic subjects. Secondly, basic and advanced information about your major. Your knowledge of basic science will give you a solid foundation for self-study, further study and personal development towards other multidisciplinary fields. You can see that a university degree is more academic and provides you will all the necessary theoretical and practical skills and experience. On graduation, you will become engineers who can solve complex problems and create new products. At a vocational college, however, you will only learn how to use machinery and therefore will be limited to only do the work you were educated for at vocational college.”
 
Student Phuong Nga sent in a question about third and fourth year internships. “You can visit companies for observation right from the first year,” the Head of the Embedded Systems Division, Ngo Le Minh Tam answered. “In the third and fourth years, they will be looking to recruit interns. And in your last semester, before defending your graduation thesis, you will work at a company for six weeks. So observation visits and internships will recur throughout your studies.”
 
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering has relationships with several respected government agencies and companies at home and abroad, such as Mabuchi Motor Vietnam, eSilicon Vietnam, Heineken Vietnam JSP, HTC International Telecommunication JSP, and the Premo Vietnam Corporation, enabling students to broaden their knowledge and professional skills through practical internships.
 
The enrollment consultancy program will continue to be broadcast weekly. All applicants and their parents are invited to watch and take part.
 
(Media Center)