A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.
Engineering is the process of designing, inventing, building and maintaining machines, structures, tools and other things that are a part of daily life. This is done by combining knowledge of empirical evidence, mathematics and global awareness.
Vietnam (Việt Nam), officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Cộng hòa xã hội chủ nghĩa Việt Nam) is a long, thin country in Southeast Asia. Vietnam's history is one of war, colonisation and rebellion. The presence of foreign universities is increasing in Vietnam which have more than 160 universities.
Top Master Programs in Engineering Studies in Vietnam 2018
Global Production Engineering and Management is a full-time 2-year Master Program offered at VGU by the Technische Universität Berlin. [+]
Globalization and technology development advance rapidly. In a global market companies have to balance the ability to create and design innovative solutions as well as the ability to exploit them. Industry-based companies demand strategy-oriented personnel with a solid technological basis on the one side and an entrepreneurial attitude on the other. To meet the growing challenges and opportunities in a globalized economy, the need for leaders with international perspective increases
Rather than focusing on business administration, Global Production Engineering (GPE) enables engineers to create systematic technological innovation combined with efficient and effective industrial business management.... [-]
From touch screens and cameras in mobile phones to highly automated robots in modern production facilities: it is obvious that sensors and their applications have become a key part of technology in engineering. [+]
Master in Mechatronics and Sensor Systems Technology
Mechatronics and Sensor Systems Technology (MSST) is a full-time two-year (4 Semester) Master's Program offered at VGU by the Hochschule Karlsruhe - University of Applied Science, Germany.The language of instruction is English.
Why this program?
From touch screens and cameras in mobile phones to highly automated robots in modern production facilities: it is obvious that sensors and their applications have become a key part of technology in engineering.
According to the current development, a major part of the prospective growth in this industry will be in Asia. Siemens, Bosch or Intel: many companies have just started to shift their production and research facilities to Vietnam and there is already a shortage of highly trained professionals. This is a good reason to participate in the career possibilities. In close cooperation with the industry, MSST responds to the demands of the job market and provides superior graduates to create the technology of tomorrow. This program opens up excellent job and research opportunities for students in many branches of this industry like microelectronics, automotive, environmental technologies or automation.... [-]
The Computational Engineering Master program prepares students in the theory and application of computer-based simulation techniques. [+]
Master in Computational Engineering
Computational Engineering (CompEng) is a full-time two-year (4-Semester) Master Program offered at VGU by the Ruhr-University Bochum. The language of instruction is English. An international program, open for students from all countries.
The Computational Engineering Master program prepares students in the theory and application of computer-based simulation techniques.
Simulation comes first - Computer-based simulation is an essential part in today's product development processes. Before building the actual product, engineers run extensive simulations in order to test their designs in a virtual environment. Let it be bridges spanning over wide rivers, medical devices saving lives or power plants providing the energy for all of us. None of these high-tech products of human ingenuity would exist without the predictions delivered by computer-based simulations.... [-]