Bahir Dar university is a place where ideas, passions, and questions can be fully explored. With an overwhelming number of campus clubs and student organizations, you’ll find something for every interest and passion. There’s so much to do, countless opportunities to connect, nourish talents, and serve others.
Faculty of Civil and Water Resources Engineering at Bahir Dar Institute of Technology has celebrated the graduation day for Stakeholders sponsored graduate program students on Sunday 06 Dec, 2015 at the Institute Conference Hall. The faculty graduate a total of 105 students who are graduated in different specialization areas of Civil and Water Resource Engineering Disciplines. The graduate program were sponsored by Ethiopian Road Authority, Amhara Water Works Construction Enterprise, and Amhara Design and Supervision Authority
Bahir Dar Institute of Technology in Collaboration with Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Design has organized the third National Annual Conference on University Industry Linkage at 4-5th Dec,2015 with the theme “University–Industry Linkage for Better Internship Practice and Technology Transfer”. The main objective of the conference is to bring universities and different stakeholders close together in such a way that Technology institutes and Industries in Ethiopia can set common objectives in getting the missing link & addressing problems associated with it.
Faculty of Civil and Water Resources Engineering at Bahir Dar Institute of Technology in collaboration with International Water Management Institute has engaged on the development of Feed the Future innovation lab for... Read More
The Thermal Engineering Chair in the faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering finalized its preparation to launch the Ph.D Program in Thermal Engineering. Hence, interested and qualified university staff within the country are invited to apply.
Being able to use a variety of renewable energies is essential in Ethiopia, which is committed to reducing its carbon emissions by two-thirds within the next 15 years. Although the available power will fluctuate, using solar, wind and hydropower will also provide higher levels of resilience in the face of climate change. Ethiopia has significant renewable resources in wind, solar and hydropower.