Wednesday, March 21, 2018

MOET (Ministry of Education of Training) Standard, recognized in 2009:

The ISE undergraduate program was recognized bt MOET of VietNam in 2009.

AUN-QA (ASEAN University Network - Quality Assurance)


ASEAN University Network-Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) network is a group of Chief Quality Officers (CQOs) appointed by the AUN member universities as the focal point for coordinating activities to realize the mission of harmonizing educational standards and seeking continuous improvement of academic quality of universities in ASEAN. The AUN-QA activities are carried out by the CQOs in accordance to the Bangkok Accord adopted in 2000, which provides a series of guidelines to promote the development of a quality assurance system as instruments for maintaining, improving and enhancing teaching, research and the overall academic standards of AUN member universities.

Since the establishment of the Bangkok Accord in 2000, AUN-QA has been actively promoting, developing, and implementing quality assurance practices based on an empirical approach where quality assurance practices are shared, tested, evaluated, and improved.

AUN is established under the auspices of the ASEAN University Network (AUN), and is the de facto regional quality assurance agency for higher education in ASEAN. The main objectives of AUN-QA are:

- Develop, promote, implement and enhance the AUN-QA Guidelines and criteria

- Facilitate and conduct AUN quality assessment

- Serve as the authority for issuing AUN quality labels

- Develop and train quality assurance professionals and practitioners

- Provide advisory and consulting services on the best quality assurance practices

- Collaborate with other quality agencies inside and outside ASEAN in relation to harmonization of quality assurance frameworks and development of professionals in quality assurance.

 AUN-QA for ISE program level:

The Self-Assessment Report for AUN-QA of the program of Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) in International University, Ho Chi Minh City signifies one great effort of the department and the whole university to, assert the program quality nationally and internationally.

The ISE department started to prepare for AUN accreditation in year 2013 when it had its first graduation batch. All of its faculty and staffs have been eagerly and actively involved in the whole preparation process, from researching and studying about AUN criteria, collecting facts of teaching, research and study, getting feedback from all stakeholders (the “evidence group”), and writing report for the self-assessment (“the writing group”). The final report was completed in August 2015, which hopefully giving all stakeholders a thorough review of the program from its founding time to present.

The ISE department of IU-HCMC would like to give its deep gratitude to VNU-HCMC Board of Presidents, the VNU-HCMC Center for Educational Testing and Quality Assessment, IU Board of Rectors, and IU Center of Education Quality Management for their great support, advice and training in its preparation for the accreditation.