University of Information Technology (UIT) Ho Chi Minh City

  • Description
  • The Uni­ver­sity of Infor­ma­tion Tech­nol­ogy (UIT) was estab­lished on 08 June 2006 accord­ing to the deci­sion no 134/​2006/​QĐ-​TTg of Prime Min­is­ter. UIT is based on the Cen­ter for Infor­ma­tion Tech­nol­ogy Devel­op­ment (CITD) and will open the first school year in Octo­ber 2006.

    UIT is the mem­ber of the Viet­nam National Uni­ver­sity, Ho Chi Minh City (VNU-​HCM). It is charged in train­ing the IT high qual­ity human resource, con­tribut­ing enthu­si­as­ti­cally to the devel­op­ment of infor­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy as well as pro­mot­ing sci­en­tific research and tech­nol­ogy trans­fer, espe­cially focus­ing on appli­ca­tions con­tribut­ing to the devel­op­ment of the indus­tri­al­iza­tion and mod­ern­iza­tion of country.

    Train­ing Objectives

    • Pro­duc­ing a well-​qualified IT manpower
    • Fur­ther­ing train­ing to under­grad­u­ate and grad­u­ate students
    • Pro­duc­ing a high qual­ity man­power that achieves regional and inter­na­tional stan­dards for IT indus­try and major eco­nomic zones by apply­ing advanced train­ing meth­ods along with researches on advanced engi­neer­ing transfer.

    The train­ing pro­gram includes under­grad­u­ate pro­gram and grad­u­ate pro­gram (BS, MS. and Ph.D.) with a vari­ety of train­ing objectives:

    • Under­grad­u­ate pro­gram: Stu­dents are well equipped with knowl­edge of IT, prac­ti­cal skills, capa­bil­ity to catch up with the devel­op­ment of sci­ences and tech­nolo­gies, the imple­men­ta­tion; and capa­bil­ity to com­mu­ni­cate in Eng­lish. Stu­dents are also trained to gain polit­i­cal dig­nity, moral­ity and work for people’s sake.
    • Grad­u­ate pro­gram: Learn­ers of Master’s courses are expected to han­dle the­ory, be well equipped with prac­ti­cal skills, have capa­bil­ity to solve prob­lems related to IT.
    • Ph. D’s are also expected to han­dle the­ory, be well equipped with prac­ti­cal skills and more impor­tantly, capa­bil­ity to insight into and solve the prob­lems, cre­ativ­ity and abil­ity to work as a research co-​operator and do IT projects.

    Uni­ver­sity of IT (UIT) has con­formed to the stan­dard of digitalization.

    Train­ing Programs

    Under­grad­u­ate courses

    UIT aims to pro­vide pro­fes­sional human resources for our IT indus­try through pro­gres­sive train­ing courses for under­grad­u­ates in this field. IT is applied to the fullest extent in the process of teach­ing and learn­ing, together with rev­o­lu­tion­ary changes in both the con­tents and method­olo­gies so as to meet the grow­ing demands of real­ity. Stu­dents being able to use Eng­lish effi­ciently is also a prime goal of the courses. We cur­rently have five spe­cial­ity of training:

    • Com­puter Sciences
    • Com­puter Engineering
    • Soft­ware Engineering
    • Com­puter Net­works and Communications
    • Infor­ma­tion Systems

    Grad­u­ate courses

    UIT pro­vides advanced train­ing courses, through joint pro­grams with lead­ing research insti­tutes in the region and the world, for grad­u­ates to obtain a master’s or doc­tor­ate in IT. Train­ing activ­i­ties are orga­nized in asso­ci­a­tion with lab­o­ra­to­ries and research teams, IT devel­op­ment pro­grams, and projects at national, regional and inter­na­tional levels.

    In accor­dance with the national cur­ricu­lum devel­oped by the Min­istry of Edu­ca­tion and Train­ing in 2004, sup­ple­men­tary sub­jects are built to help stu­dents get a firm grasp of advanced tech­nolo­gies. These sub­jects are passed to stu­dents through strong coop­er­a­tion with top com­pa­nies in IT such as IBM, Microsoft, CISCO, and Sun­Java. On fin­ish­ing their stud­ies, stu­dents are granted inter­na­tional certificates.

    UIT con­tin­u­ously makes great efforts to develop and per­fect course books, knowl­edge bases with sub­stan­tial, reg­u­larly updated learn­ing resources. There are inten­sive Eng­lish courses based on inter­na­tional stan­dards to help stu­dents mas­ter the lan­guage when they grad­u­ate. We also make use of advanced IT train­ing pro­grams designed by inter­na­tional uni­ver­si­ties and IT course books writ­ten in English.


    Phone +84.887.819.29

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