The Department of Building and Construction is Implementing Bologna Process
Northern Technical University has embraced the Bologna Process initiative and it is been implemented in the College of Technical Engineering, Department of Building and Construction. This department has recently developed a new degree program to address the current needs of the labor market. The new program focuses on the restoration and rehabilitation of heritage buildings in addition to other building and construction subjects. This field has seen a significant increase in demand in recent years. With the increasing interest in preserving and restoring historical buildings, the department has recognized the need for professionals who are trained in this area. This degree program covers various aspects of heritage building restoration, including the history of architecture, building materials, and construction techniques. In addition to providing a solid foundation in the field of heritage building restoration, the program also places a strong emphasis on quality assurance in education. This is in line with the Bologna Process, which aims to ensure that higher education programs are of high quality and comparable across the republic of Iraq and the region. The program is designed to meet the standards set by the Iraqi Technical Vocational Qualifications Framework (TVQF), and students will be assessed based on the TVQF levels. The Iraqi Technical Vocational Qualifications Framework (TVQF) is a key component of the Bologna Process and is a tool that provides a common framework for comparing different qualifications across Iraq and the European region. The TVQF helps to ensure that qualifications are recognized and comparable and makes it easier for individuals to move between countries and to have their qualifications recognized.
Our College In Brief
The President of the Northern Technical University inaugurates workshops and laboratories at the Engineering Technical College
The Dean of the College inspects the progress of the exams for the first course for postgraduate students 2022-2023
A cultural symposium entitled the relationship between animal husbandry and human health on the discussion room
A technical master’s thesis discusses reconstructing a 3D stereoscopic camera scene to distinguish objects in real time