Introduction
 
UNIVERSITY PROFILE

Electric Power University (EPU) was first founded as Hanoi School of Practical Industry in 1898 by French people. After the reunification of the country in 1954, the school was divided into two smaller schools named School of Engineering No.1 and School of Engineering No.2. In June 1962, the School of Engineering No.1 was renamed School of Electrical Mechanics. In February 1966, the Ministry of Industry (now Ministry of Industry and Trade) decided to split the school into two schools: School of Electricity (later called School of Electricity No.1) and School of Mechanics. Later on, in April 2000, due to structural rearrangement of Vietnam Electricity, School of In-Service Training and School of Electricity No.1 were merged and renamed School of Electrical Engineering No.1 by the Ministry of Industry. In October 2001, the Ministry of Education and Training decided to upgrade the school to Electric Power College. After five years, on 19 May 2006, the Prime Minister issued a decision to establish the nowaday Electric Power University.
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ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE

Management board

1.
President
2. Vice
President.
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MISSION, VISION AND VALUES

Mission

Electric Power University is an institution for high quality training, scientific research and technology transfer, to meet the demand of the energy sector and of the society in the process of modernization and sustainable development in Vietnam.
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FACULTIES AND CENTERS

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Since 1898, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering has developed in parallel with the establishment of the School of Practical Industry - the forerunner of the nowaday Electric Power University. At present, total teaching staffs include 52 faculty members. There are many articles on International Scientific Indexing (ISI) and hundreds others published in domestic journals and local conferences. The faculty members have also participated in a State-level project on smart grids and in many projects at Ministry, EVN, and university levels. The faculty has major duties in provision of high quality manpower training, scientific research and technology transfer in the field of electrical engineering.
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