INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY OF HO CHI MINH CITY
OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
About us
About us

Overview

The Office of Academic Affairs was established in 1994, when the school was bearing the name Industrial Engineering School IV, under the direct management of the Ministry of Industry.

Functions

  • Counseling the Rector on the management, recapping and promoting the ideas, organizing the activities of student selection and education.
  • Building the objectives and curricula for education and training; organizing and inspecting the teaching, learning, and testing activities.
  • Counseling and support the Rector in educating students in ideals and politics; managing the students of bachelor and other undergraduate programmes.
  • Counseling in planning the education strategies.
  • Composing the education management documents.
  • Organizing the writing and managing of coursebooks.
  • Selection of the students of bachelor and other undergraduate programmes.
  • Building and managing the teaching plan.
  • Managing the process and results of learning.
  • Managing the printing and awarding of degrees and certificates.
  • Assisting the management of education and training expenses.
  • Maintaining and developing the education management software system, and assisting other units in effectively using the software.

Staffs

In May 2018, the Office of Academic Affairs has 15 staffs, including 1 Doctor, 4 masters, and 10 bachelors/ engineers.

Main achievements

  • Building up the social prestige of IUH in education quality.
  • Fulfill the selection quota in many successive years.
  • Awarded by the Ministry of Industry and Trade with many Certificates of Merit for good collective work.
  • One staff was awarded by the government with the Third-Class Labor Medal.

Development Orientation

  • Improving the effectiveness level of the education management by applying information technology.
  • Updating the curricula, coursebooks, and teaching methods, in line with modernity, global integration, and the society’s needs and reality.
  • Achieving regional and international quality accreditations.
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