TIEMS TQC Certification Curriculum will be developed together with TIEMS Education Partners worldwide, comprising universities and training institutions and other institutions and companies, which can add value to TIEMS TQC Certification Curriculum. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will guide the cooperation between TIEMS and these Education Partners, and below is a presentation of those insitutions TIEMS has agreed a MOU with at present. New Partners with interest in TIEMS TQC Certification development are welcome.
Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria
The Federal University of Technology, Minna, is a Federal Government owned University in Nigeria. It was established on 1st February, 1983. The objective for its establishment is to give effect to the Nation’s drive for the much-needed self-reliance in Science, Engineering and especially Technology. It is a specialized University of Technology.
The Federal University of Technology, Minna, has witnessed tremendous growth and development especially in the last one and a half decades. Today, we have grown to a healthy staff and student population of about 24,000; we have a very beautiful Campus to be proud of, virtually all our academic programmes have full accreditation and the University is ranked the best among specialized Universities, 5th in Nigeria and forty-fifth out of 4,245 universities in Africa.
The Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria, Library Building
Contact person for TIEMS Cooperation with Minna University: Gbenga Morenikeji
Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
In 1890, when advanced education was often reserved for society's elite, Chicago minister Frank Wakely Gunsaulus delivered what came to be known as the "Million Dollar Sermon." From the pulpit of his South Side church, near the site Illinois Institute of Technology now occupies, Gunsaulus said that with a million dollars he could build a school where students of all backgrounds could prepare for meaningful roles in a changing industrial society.
Inspired by Gunsaulus' vision, Philip Danforth Armour, Sr. (1832-1901) gave $1 million to found the Armour Institute—and Armour, his wife, Malvina Belle Ogden Armour (1842-1927) and their son J. (Jonathan) Ogden Armour (1863-1927) continued to support the university in its early years. When Armour Institute opened in 1893, it offered professional courses in engineering, chemistry, architecture and library science.
Illinois Tech was created in 1940 by the merger of Armour Institute and Lewis Institute. Located on the west side of Chicago, Lewis Institute, established in 1895 by the estate of hardware merchant and investor Allen C. Lewis, offered liberal arts as well as science and engineering courses for both men and women. At separate meetings held by their respective boards on Oct. 26, 1939, the trustees of Armour and Lewis voted to merge the two colleges. A Cook County circuit court decision on April 23, 1940 solidified the merger.
Illinois Institute of Technology is a private, technology-focused research university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering, science, architecture, business, design, human sciences, applied technology, and law.
One of 21 institutions that comprise the Association of Independent Technological Universities (AITU), Illinois Tech offers exceptional preparation for professions that require technological sophistication, an innovative mindset, and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Contact person for TIEMS Cooperation with Illinois Institute of Technology: Professor Shih-Yew Chen
Dongguk University, Korea (Hosting TIEMS Korea Chapter)
Dongguk University at Gyeongju with the prestigious Dongguk University in Seoul provides an innovative and world-class education at local community. Harmonized with Gyeongju which had a millennium history, Korea's long tradition, and one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Dongguk University at Gyeongju was founded by the Korean Buddhist Jogye Religious Order in 1978 and is now committed to fostering an excellent leader and professional research.
Dongguk encourages students and faculties to pursue the quality of education by bringing together dramatically diverse life experiences and cultures. For globalization and information & technology toward 21st, students and professors from around the world contribute to the latest theories and practical training in every area of university study. And thus Dongguk serves a variety of health cares and medical services at the affiliated hospital of an oriental medicine and a medical college to the local community. The educational mission of Dongguk is development of the self, a maturing process enhanced by exposure to people of diverse backgrounds, opinions, and value systems. For thousands of new students each year, Dongguk will continue to go a great step on a lifelong journey of self-discovery, service to others, and spiritual enlightenment. The educational mission of Dongguk is development of the self, a maturing process enhanced by exposure to people of diverse backgrounds, opinions, and value systems. For thousands of new students each year, Dongguk will continue to go a great step on a lifelong journey of self-discovery, service to others, and spiritual enlightenment.
Contact person for TIEMS Cooperation with Dongguk University: Professor Young-Jai Lee
Rhodes University, South Africa
Rhodes University, founded in 1904, has a well-established reputation for academic excellence.
With just over 8200 students, Rhodes is a small University, which enjoys the distinction of having among the best undergraduate pass and graduation rates in South Africa, outstanding postgraduate success rates, and the best research output per academic staff member. This is a testimony to the quality of students that Rhodes attracts and of academic provision, and to the commitment of Rhodes staff to student development and success.
Of our more than 8000 students, 30% are postgraduates and over 18% are international students from 54 countries around the world, making Rhodes a dynamic and cosmopolitan knowledge institution. Students are able to undertake an extensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the faculties of Humanities, Science, Commerce, Pharmacy, Law, and Education. With the most favourable academic staff to student ratio among South African universities, Rhodes students are guaranteed easy access to academics and close supervision.
The University takes pride in its motto, Where Leaders Learn, and producing graduates who are knowledgeable intellectuals, skilled professionals, and critical, caring and compassionate citizens who can contribute to economic and social development and an equitable, just and democratic society.
Contact person for TIEMS Cooperation with Rhodes University: Professor Roman Tandlich.
TIEMS Invites more Universities and Training Institutions and Others to become TIEMS Global Education Partners