National Institute of Technology (Indonesia)

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National Institute of Technology
Institut Teknologi Nasional
Logo itenas copy.jpg
Logo of Institut Teknologi Nasional
Type Private university
Established December 14, 1972 (1972-12-14)
Rector Dr. Imam Aschuri
Address Jalan PHH. Mustafa No. 23, Bandung, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
Nickname ITENAS

The National Institute of Technology (Indonesian: Institut Teknologi Nasional, abbreviated as ITENAS), is a private, technology-oriented university located in Bandung, Indonesia.

ITENAS was established in 1972 as the National Academy of Technology[1] (Indonesian: Akademi Teknologi Nasional, abbreviated as ATENAS) by the Dayang Sumbi Educational Foundation with R. Mansoer Wiratmadja as its first rector. ATENAS originally had four faculties, which focused on Architecture, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering, respectively.

In 1984, ATENAS became the National Institute of Technology,[1] which currently has three faculties, namely the Faculty of Industrial technology, the Faculty of Civil engineering and Planning, and the Faculty of Art and design.


  1. ^ a b History of ITENAS

External links

  • (in Indonesian) Official website

Coordinates: 6°52′47″S 107°37′33″E / 6.879815°S 107.625939°E / -6.879815; 107.625939

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