Faculty of Chemical Technology

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Faculty of Chemical Technology, formerly known as Faculty of Industrial Chemical Technology was established on March 1, 2003, under Decision No.171/QD/TC-HC. On December 22, 2005, according to Decision No.2029/QD-DHCN, the Faculty changed its name to Faculty of Chemical Technology after the school upgraded to the University.

Faculty of Chemical Technology, HaUINumber of lecturer & staff: ~50

Dean: Dr. Pham Thi Mai Huong

Vice Dean: 1. Dr. Nguyen Tuan Anh

2. Dr. Nguyen The Huu

Training programs:

- 01 Doctoral Program (4 years): Chemical Engineering.

- 01 Master Program (2 years): Chemical Engineering.

- 03 Bachelor Programs (4 years): Chemical Engineering Technology, Environmental Engineering Technology, Food Technology.


The Faculty of Chemistry Technology is equipped with a system of practice rooms and laboratories in 2 campuses with a total area of over 5,000m2.

Oriented development:

To meet the demand for providing high-quality human resources for the country's development process, the Faculty will focus on implementing some of the following key objectives in the coming time:

- To promote scientific research and technology transfer associated with actual production.

- To enhance domestic and international cooperation in training and scientific research.

- To improve the content of the training program, teaching methods, compiling textbooks; strengthening facilities and equipment for teaching and scientific research.

- To foster and improve teacher capacities by sending lecturers to participate in short and long-term training courses abroad.

Contact Faculty of Chemical Technology:

Address: B5 Building, Campus 2, Hanoi University of Industry

Tay Tuu ward, Bac Tu Liem district, Hanoi.

Phone: 0243.7655.141