Faculty of Engineering
The Faculty of Engineering (FENG) at Koya University is an excellent place to acquire education. It is the center of excellence for advanced education and research in different fields of engineering.
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Engineering is at the forefront of technological advancements, and our faculty is committed to preparing future engineers who will shape the world we live in. Our curriculum is designed to equip students with a strong foundation in engineering principles while fostering critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and creativity. Through hands-on projects, industry collaborations, and cutting-edge research, our students gain practical experience and are prepared to tackle real-world challenges. Our distinguished faculty members are leaders in their respective fields, conducting groundbreaking research that pushes the boundaries of knowledge. We encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and provide state-of-the-art research facilities to foster innovation and address complex global problems. As a student in our faculty, you will have ample opportunities to engage in research, work on impactful projects, and contribute to the advancement of your field. At Koya University, we value diversity and inclusivity. We believe that a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff brings together different perspectives and fosters creativity. We are committed to providing a supportive and nurturing environment that respects and celebrates individuals from all backgrounds.
About the Faculty
Faculty of Engineering was established in 2004 under the name of College of Engineering; during two years its departments increased to six departments. In 2010, the management and scientific system of Koya University changed into Faculty instead of colleges. Faculty of Engineering works for the fulfillment of some vivid objectives such as using University potentials to serve the benefits of Koya town and Kurdistan Region, and establishing scientific potentials of students in a way that is the same as the world standards on the studying programs implemented by developed countries.