INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY OF HO CHI MINH CITY
OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Leadership
Leadership

Head

 

Mr. Nguyen Trung Nhan
Phone: 0283.8940390 –  127
Email: nguyentrungnhan@iuh.edu.vn

Job Descriptions:

  • General management of the office’s activities;
  • Direct management of student selection plan, education plan, and the development and updating of curricula;
  • Counseling the Rector and Vice-Rectors on education strategies and planning;
  • Direct management of the compiling of education management documents for bachelor and other undergraduate programmes.

Deputy Head

Ms. Pham Tran Bich Thuan
Phone: 0283.8940390 –  129
Email: phamtranbichthuan@iuh.edu.vn

Job Descriptions:

  • Managing and directing the setting of teaching and learning schedules for all classes in the university;
  • Managing the credit classes;
  • Arranging and managing the use of all classrooms in the main campus;
  • Member of the committee of AUN-QA assessment;
  • Directing the compiling of Student Handbook, Yearbook, and Student Orientation Book;
  • Planning the course registration, terms’ final exams, national defense training, and orientation eduction;
  • Management of academic affairs in Thanh Hoa Campus and Quang Ngai branch;
  • Specific management of education plan;
  • Inspecting the teaching planning of lecturers;
  • Handling the academic affairs.

Mrs. Tran Thi Mong Loan
Phone: 0283.8940390 –  126
Email: tranthimongloan@iuh.edu.vn
Job Descriptions:

  • Direct management of student selection activities, entrance student consultance, student record management, compiling the documents of the Selection Council and Council’s Boards, Admission Decisions, and Entrance Decision;
  • Considering and issuing decisions of scholarship awarding, learning suspension, learning continuation, school transferring, intake transferring, and programme transferring;
  • Organizing actitities of graduation exams and graduation approval;
  • Verifying certificates and degrees from other institutions;
  • Management of visisting lecturers’ contracts;
  • Transferring graduation grades for students from credit system to school year system when neccessary;
  • Students’ information correction;
  • Class placement activities at the beginning of schoolyears;
  • Management of partnership courses outsides the universities and short courses;
  • Printing of degree and certificates.
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