Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport (UT-HCMC) is the key multi-disciplinary university in transport in Vietnam. At present, there are more than 15,000 students in 31 different majors such as maritime, road, railway, urban traffic system, mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, transportation management, project management, logistics management, etc. at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The university has 14 faculties, institutes and departments; 26 administrative departments, institutes and centers, aimed at providing good services for education and training and other scientific and technical exercises. With the mission to educate and provide sufficient well-qualified human resources for multi-modal transportation services, UT-HCMC has a strong network with industries
and businesses, especially those specializing in maritime, transportation, logistics, petroleum and telecommunication areas.
According to statistic in March, 2020, the University currently has 586 cadres, lecturers, and employees, including 20 Associate Professors, 69 Doctors, 368 Masters and other education qualifications.
I. EDUCATION ANDTRAINING ACTIVITIES
On the scale of training: Over 15,000 students, trainees in all training levels system.
Forms of training: regular training, in-service training, inter-college transfer, transnational education short-term training courses for knowledge updating and professional development, and certification according to regulations.
Levels and Majors:
1. Doctorate level:
- Control Techniques and Automation, Motive Power Techniques, Marine Science, Transport Construction Techniques
2. Master level:
- Marine Science (Ship navigation, Maritime management);
- Transport management and operations;
- Control techniques and Automation;
- Motive power techniques (Ship techniques, Ship Operations and maintenance, Automotive mechanics);
- Transport construction techniques (Bridge and Tunnel construction, Urban road construction, Transport techniques and planning);
- Waterway and offshore construction techniques;
- Computer Science
3. Undergraduate level with the following majors:
3.1 Marine Science (Major code: 52840106) with the following specialized majors:
- Ship navigation (Major code: 52840106101)
- Marine Engineering (Major code: 52840106102)
- Marine Engine Power System (Major code: 52840106103)
- Maritime Management (Major code: 52840106104)
3.2 Electrical and Electronic Engineering, including:
+ Electrical and Electronic Technique (Major code: 52520201) with 02 specialized majors:
- Maritime Electrical and Automation Engineering
- Industrial Electrical Engineering
+ Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering (Major code: 52520207) (specialized major: Electronics and Telecommunication)
+ Control Techniques and Automation (Major code: 52520216) (specialized major: Industrial Automation)
3.3 Ship Techniques (Major code: 52520122) with the following specialized majors:
- Hull design
- Shipbuilding technology
- Waterway and Offshore Construction
3.4 Mechanical Engineering (Major code: 52520103) with the following specialized majors:
- Mechanization of Cargo Handling
- Automobile Mechanics
- Building Machinery
- Automation mechanics
3.5 Construction Techniques (Major code: 52580201) with the following specialized majors:
- Civil and Industrial Construction
- Building structure
- The ground technique and underground structure
3.6 Transport Construction Techniques (Major code: 52580205) with the following specialized majors:
- Waterway and Offshore Construction
- Bridge and Tunnel Construction
- Road Construction
- Transport techniques and planning
- Railroad and Metro Construction
3.7 Information Technology (Major code: 52480201)
3.8 Telecommunication & Computer Network (Major code: 52480102)
3.9 Transport Economics (Major code: 52840104) (specialized major: Sea Transport Economics)
3.10 Construction Economics (Major code: 52580301) with the following specialized majors:
- Construction Economics
- Construction Project Management
3.11 Transport Operations (Major code: 52840101) (specialized major: Logistics Management and Multi-Modal Transport)
3.12 Environmental Engineering (Major code: 52520320)
4. Transnational education:
- Collaborating with Tongmyong University, Korea in the specialized major: Port Management and Logistics
- Collaborating with Arkansas University, USA in the 03 specialized majors: Construction Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering.
5. High-quality program with the following specialized majors:
- Marine Science (specialized major: Ship navigation) (Major code: 52840106101H)
- Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering (specialized major: Electronics and Telecommunication) (Major code: 52520207H)
- Mechanical Engineering (specialized major: Automobile Mechanics) (Major code: 52520103H)
- Transport Construction Techniques (specialized major: Bridge and Road Construction) (Major code: 52580205H)
- Construction Economics (Major code: 52580301H)
- Transport Economics (specialized major: Sea Transport Economics) (Major code: 52840104H)
- Transport Operations (specialized major: Logistics Management and Multi-Modal Transport) (Major code: 52840101H)
II. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER ACTIVITIES
The scientific research issue has received special attention and attracted great investment from the University. The University has been conducting a large number of programs, research projects, technology and science application, and collaborations with national and international organizations in implementing several scientific projects in term of the application of new technologies.
As a result, the scientific research activities have rapidly developed in term of the increase of the research topics. A large number of international scientific seminars or conferences have been organized at the University, bringing new opportunities for the cadres and lecturers to keep up with modern technologies as well as approaching scientific achievements in the world, in addition to helping reinforce their future research works. A great number of scientific topics and projects at the State and the Ministry levels have been approved and put into practice.
The scientific research activities among students have also gained lots of encouraging achievements. The “Creative ideas of UT-HCMC’s students” contest has gradually become an annually traditional competition and attracted numerous wonderful and excellent inventions and ideas. In addition, UT-HCMC’s students have also achieved a lot of awards in several competitions such as the ASEAN Skills competition, the Eureka Award of Ho Chi Minh City, the Vifotec at State level, and the National Olympic contests.
III. INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS:
Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport has always actively promoted the international relations with international organizations. The University has considered the international collaborations as the passport to attracting international investment in education, technology transfer and reformation activities.
Apart from the successful projects, the University has strengthened close relationships with a lot of international institutions and training institutes, namely British Universities, Russian Academy of Sciences, the Netherlands Maritime University, the Australian Maritime College, Hua Zhong University of Science and Technology (China), Kanagawa Institute of Technology (Japan) and several other non-governmental organizations and so on.
Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport is currently the official member of the following organizations:
- Association of Maritime Education and Training institutions in Asia-Pacific (AMETAP), currently Global Maritime Education and Training Association (GLOBALMET)
- International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU)
- International Association of Universities (IAU)
- Asia Maritime and Fisheries Universities Forum (AMFUF)
- Asian University Presidents Forum (AUPF)
IV. EDUCATION QUALITY ASSURANCE AND TESTING ACTIVITIES
Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport is one of the 20 selected universities in Viet Nam to be tested in university education quality by the Ministry of Education and Training. And the University has successfully passed this test.
Since March, 2012, UT-HCMC has designed and applied the ISO 9001:2008 in university education quality management system.
On March 27, 2017, VNU-HCM's Quality Assurance Council approved and announced the Resolution No. 02/NQ-HDKDCLGD on the appraisal of the training quality assessment, and UT-HCM has been acknowledged to meet the quality standards of educational institutions with 81.97% of satisfactory criterion.
The Quality Assurance Council’s representative awarded the Decision and the Certificate of Achievements to UT-HCMC
Official Vietnamese name: Trường Đại học Giao thông vận tải TP. HCM
Official English name: Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport
Campus 1: Number 2, Võ Oanh Street, Ward 25, Binh Thanh District, HCMC
- Tel: (028) 38992862 – 38991373
- Fax: (028) 38980456 - 35120567
Campus 2 - Lecture rooms and dormitory: 10/12 Tran Nao Street, Binh An Ward, District 2, HCMC
- Tel: (028) 38990853 - 37404267
Campus 3 - The workshops and lecture rooms: Tan Chanh Hiep Ward, District 12, HCMC
- Tel: (028) 38837811
Campus 4: Number 17A, 3/2 Street, Ward.11, Vung Tau City
- Tel: (0254) 3852174 – 3 807755
Campus 5: Dong NaiHo Chi Minh University of Transport (UT-HCMC) directly under the Ministry of Transport is the largest multidisciplinary training university in transportation sector in the South of Vietnam. UT-HCMC is responsible for training human resources for the transportation sector, namely maritime, road, inland waterway and railway.
According to statistic in September, 2017, the University currently has 596 cadres, lecturers, and employees, including 15 Associate Professors, 64 Doctors, 329 Masters and other education qualifications.