University of Transport and Communications – Campus in Ho Chi Minh City was awarded the Traditional Flag by the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City on the 30th Anniversary of its foundation

In order to meet the needs of human resources for the development of transport, post and telecommunications in the Southern provinces of Vietnam, the University of Transport and Communications (UTC) asked the Ministry of Education and Training for permission to establish its Campus II in Ho Chi Minh City. With the efforts of the leaders and lecturers in preparing necessary conditions, on April 27, 1990, the Ministry of Education and Training signed the Decision No. 139 / TCCB on the Establishment of UTC’s Campus II located at Thu Duc - Ho Chi Minh City (Now it is 450 - 451, Tang Nhon Phu A Ward, District 9, Ho Chi Minh City).

The past thirty years have been a glorious and proud journey for generations of lecturers, officials and students of the University. Lecturers and students have built up a good tradition: Solidarity - Creativity - Quality - Integration, developing the Campus II to become a prestigious higher education institution in training and scientific research, a reliable address of learners and the whole society, which has made an important contribution to the cause of national construction and defense.

On the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of the establishment of the University of Transport and Communications - Campus II, currently named University of Transport and Communications - Campus in Ho Chi Minh City (April 27, 1990 - April 27, 2020), the Campus was awarded the Traditional Flag and Certificate of Merit by the Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee. In addition, the Chairman of the People's Committees of Binh Duong, Binh Thuan, Tay Ninh, Ben Tre, An Giang and Ca Mau awarded the Certificate of Merit to the Campus for having many contributions to training human resources and technology transfer in these provinces.

 

The Traditional Flag was awarded by Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee.

 

The Certificates of Merit were awarded by provincial People’s Committees.