Bachelor in Energy (EN)

Nam Nguyen Hong













The USTH’s Energy program is created to meet the manpower needs of the growing energy sector in Vietnam and around the world. This program is ideal for students who have good background in physics and wish to learn more about the potential of new technologies in the field of Energy. Graduates will have a fundamental understanding of energy sector and a strong ability of promoting, designing and implementing sustainable energy solutions. They will be well prepared for careers in various fields, not only within traditional areas of energy, but within the emerging fields of renewable energy as well.


The curriculum provides a solid foundation in the energy field, such as electrical engineering, electronics, thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer, etc., as well as in-depth technical knowledge of production and use of energy, especially the transmission, distribution and use of electricity. In addition, students will be equipped with knowledge of new energy and renewable energy technologies such as photovoltaic systems, wind power, hydropower, biofuels, fuel cells, energy efficiency and management.
Year Semester   Name of course ECTS
2nd Year S3 Management sciences Project management 1
Law on intellectual property rights 1
French French 8
Core courses Probability and Statistics 4
Numerical methods 3
Thermodynamics II 3
Fluid mechanics 3
Electrical Circuits I 4
Electric generation sources 3
  TOTAL 30
S4 Core courses Electrochemistry 4
Product Life Cycle Management 3
Electrical Circuits II 4
Electronics 4
Heat and mass transfer 4
Electric transmission and distribution 3
Introduction to Renewable Energy 2
Signal Processing 2
Sensors and Analytical Devices 4
  TOTAL 30
3rd Year S5 French French 7
Management Sciences Scientific writing 2
Core courses Materials for energy 3
Electrical machine 4
Product Life Cycle Management II (Product design) 3
Power Electronics and Application 4
Control engineering 3
Photovoltaic Systems 4
  TOTAL 30
S6 Core courses Biomass & Biofuels 4
Smart-Grid Technology 4
Energy Economics and Markets 2
Selective courses (choose 2 of 4 courses) O1 -Power supply and energy management for buildings 4
O2 - Hydroelectric Power 4
O3 - Wind power 4
O4 - Solar Thermal Energy Systems 4
  Group Project 3
  Internship (10 – 12 weeks) 9
  TOTAL 30


The Energy outcomes include general outcomes as wells as the program-specific outcomes:
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering 
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data 
c. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
d. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams 
e. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems 
f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility 
g. An ability to communicate effectively 
h. An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context 
i. An ability to use the skills and modern tools necessary for engineering practice 
j. An ability to apply the fundamentals of energy conversion and applications
k. An understanding of the obligations for implementing sustainable energy solutions

Higher studies and research careers
This Bachelor’s degree will entitle you to enrol the “Master in Energy” at USTH or any of the master’s degree courses offered in the Energy fields. The master’s program will provide students with in-depth knowledge of the specialized subject. In addition, we offer many opportunities for internships or higher studies in more than 40 universities and research institutions in France. Graduates will have a great chance to become advisors, teachers or researchers at one of our partners’ establishments. 
Business and industrial careers
By stating engineering as a principle programmatic focus, the career potential for graduates of USTH’s Energy program is promising. They will be suitable for jobs of technicians, consultants, analysts, etc. in most of the institutions related to the management, production and use of energy, especially electricity. Students will be capable of designing and applying technologies and equipment to control, monitor and manage energy systems.
A few examples of workplaces for graduates:                                                                                                    
     - Power plants, electricity transmission and distribution companies (EVN and their affiliated companies)
     - Consulting, design and construction firms of electrical systems, renewable energy systems (ARTELIA, VNEEC, GREENVIET, etc.)
     - State agencies in the fields of management and use of energy (organizations of General Department of Energy, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry Of Construction, etc.)
     - Non-governmental organizations related to the fields of renewable energy, sustainable development (GIZ, GREENID, SNV NETHERLANDS, USAID, etc.)
     - Universities, institutes and research centers (Center for Energy Consultants (VECC), Institute of Energy Science-VAST), Institute of Electronics, Computer Science and Automation, etc.)


- About the training program: 
  Department of Energy
  Tel: (+84-24) 3791 8719
  Email: [email protected]
  Add: Room 302, 3rd floor, A21 building, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi

- About Admission: 
  Admission Department 
  Tel: (+84-24) 3791 7748 
  Email: [email protected] 
  Add: Room 101, 1st floor, A21 building, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi