UTC - Canpus in Ho Chi Minh City

University of Transport and Communications – Campus in Ho Chi Minh City (UTC - Campus in HCMC)

Address: 450 Le Van Viet Street, Tang Nhon Phu A Ward,

  District 9, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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BOARD of LEADERS

Prof. Dr. NGUYEN NGOC LONG

Rector of UTC

Director of UTC Campus in HCMC

 

Prof. Dr. NGUYEN VAN HUNG

Vice Rector of UTC - Permanent Deputy Director of UTC Campus in HCMC

 

Dr. VO TRUONG SON

Deputy Director of UTC Campus in HCMC

 

OVERVIEW

After the complete liberation of the South, Vietnam entered a period of building socialism on a national scale, yet transport in the southern provinces was facing severe difficulties. Foreseeing the demand, in 1989, UTC Board of Management and Party Committee proposed to the Ministry of Education and Training the establishment of a new campus in the South. On that basis, the University of Transport and Communications – Campus II (UTC2) was established on April the 27th, 1990 under Decision No. 139/TCCB by the Minister of Education and Training as an important component of the main campus, located on an area of ​​over 16 hectares in Ho Chi Minh City.

Since its establishment, Campus II has put its consistent focus on continuous development and innovation, in which training is always of primary concern. Graduates are growing in quantity and quality and most of them have had jobs suitable to their major. Campus II boasts a wide variety of hallmark disciplines, including: Civil Engineering, Electrical – Electronic Engineering, Transport – Economics and Mechanical Engineering with more than 40 different majors. It now has over 9,000 students, including 6,000 full-time, 2,000 of in-service programs, and 1,200 graduate and research students.

Up to March 2013, Campus II has a total of 170 faculty members, including two associate professors, 11 doctors and 46 masters. The administrative staff of Campus II include: Board of Leaders, 10 functional boards, 8 intersections, one center for practical training and technological transfer in transport and one workshop.

Since its establishment, teachers and administrative staff of Campus II have overcome many difficulties and obstacles to successfully fulfill various duties. In recognition of these achievements, Campus II has been awarded by the Government and Communist Party of Vietnam.

Main office Building

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

DISCIPLINES

 

MAJORS

 

TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING

(Including 17 majors)

1. Bridge – Highway Engineering

2. Bridge – Railway Engineering

3. Bridge – Tunnel Engineering

4. Public Transport Works

5. Urban Transport Works

6. Waterway Works

7. Engineering Geotechnics in Transport

8. Highway Traffic Engineering

9. Highway Construction

10. Tunnel and Metro

11. Railway Engineering

12. Urban Railway Engineering

13. Transportation Construction Management

14. Informatics in Civil Engineering

15. Bridge, Highway and Airfield Engineering

15. Highway and Airfield Engineering

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

(Including 14 majors)

1. Mechanical Manufacture Engineering

2. Mechatronics

3. Transport Construction Mechanization

4. Automotive Mechanical Engineering

5. Mechanical Engineering in Public Transport Works

6. Locomotive

7. Wagon

8. Locomotive and Wagon

9. Internal-Combustion Engine

10. Heating – Cooling Engineering

11. Loading – Unloading Construction Machine

12. Metro Engineering

13. Ground Equipment for Airports

14. Automation in Mechanical Design

15. Air Conditioning and Ventilating of Buildings

CIVIL ENGINEERING

(Including 04 majors)

1. Structural Engineering

2. Urban Infrastructure Engineering

3. Building and Industrial Engineering

4. Building Materials and Construction Technology

TRANSPORT ENGINEERING

(Including 01 major)

 

Transport Safety Engineering

 

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

(Including 02 majors)

1. Electronic Engineering and Industrial

    Informatics

2. Electrical Electronic Equipment in Industry and

    Transport

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

(Including 02 majors)

1. Communication and Multimedia Engineering

2. Telecommunication Engineering

CONTROL ENGINEERING AND AUTOMATION

(including 02 majors)

1. Traffic Control Systems

2. Automation Engineering

3. Traffic Signal

4. Communication and Signal

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

(Including 04 majors)

1. Software Engineering

2. Information Systems

3. Computer Science

4. Compurter Networks and Communication

TRANSPORT ECONOMICS

(Including 05 majors)

1. Tourism and Transport Economics

2. Aviation Transport Economics

3. Automobile Transport Economics

4. Railway Transport Economics

5. Road and Waterway Transport Economics

CONTRUCTION ECONOMICS

(Including 02 majors)

1. Bridge – Road Management and Operation 

    Economic

2. Transport Works Construction Econimics

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

(Including 04 majors)

1. Transport Enterprise Administration

2. Construction Enterprise Administration

3. Business Administration in Posts and

    Telecommunications

4. Transport Business Administration

ECONOMICS

(Including 01 major)

Posts and Telecommunications Economics

TRANSPORTATION OPERATION

(Including 09 majors)

1. Transport Process Control

2. Urban Raiway Operation and Management

3. Urban Transport Planning and Management

4. Airport Management, Organization and Operation

5. Multi – mode Transport

6. Railway Transport

7. Highway and Urban Transport Economics

8. Railway Transport Economics

9. Automobile Transport

ACCOUNTING

(Including 01 major)

General Accounting

 

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

(Including 01 major)

Transport Environment Engineering

 

 
One of class buildings

 

ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS

FUNCTIONAL BOARDS

HEAD

Administration

Trinh Thi Kim Ly, ENG

Finance & Accounting

Nguyen Van Quang, MBA

Science, Technology & International Affairs

Vo Truong Son, Dr

Education

Vu Van Toan, MSc

Equipment Management

Nguyen Huu Chi, Dr

Investigating

Ha Thi Thanh, MA

Information & Library Center

Tran Xuan Truong, Dr

Dormitory Management

Le Van Dau, BA

Testing – Quality Assurance

Nguyen Van Du, MSc

Center for Practical Training & Technological Transfer

Ngo Chau Phuong, MSc

 

EDUCATION UNITS

INTERSECTIONS

HEAD

Basic Sciences

Vo Xuan Bang, MSc

Civil Engineering

Nguyen Thanh Tam, MSc

Highway Engineering

Le Van Bach, Dr

Bridge & Tunnel Engineering

Ngo Chau Phuong, MSc

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Vo Truong Son, Dr

Mechanical Engineering

Nguyen Huu Chi, Dr

Transport - Economics

Pham Phu Cuong, Dr

HONORS

  • Labor Medal, First class, 2010.
  • Labor Medal, Second class, 2005.
  • Labor Medal, Third class, 2000.
  • Government’s Emulation Flag, 2009.
  • MOET’s Certificates of Merit, 1995, 1997, 2007.
  • Certificates of Merit by the National Traffic Safety Committee, HCMC People’s Committee, National Education Union of Vietnam and other honors and awards.

 

SOME PICTURES of ACTIVITIES

The 20th Foundation Anniversary and Receiving the First-Rank Labor Order

Prof. Dr. Tran Dac Su, Rector of UTC and concurrent holder of Chairman of the Executive Council of Joint Stock Company UTC2 and Mr. Shinichi Nakamura, Executive Officer-Head of Unit of Construction Products were signing the agreement, Feb. 2014.

 

Welcome Prof. Vladimir Vlazkov-Deputy Rector of MIIT University, Russia

Student Exchange between UTC2 and Biberach University-Germany

The Starting Ceremony named "Green Summer" and Receiving the Record of the Biggest Logo made by bottle-corks

The Starting Ceremony named the "Volunteer Spring Student Campaign"