After 30 years of development, the School of Industrial Management has built a strong alumni network of more than 2,000 alumni, which is an effective team to support the Faculty of Science and Technology in the process of developing training, research and consulting in the world. in a variety of ways, including granting academic scholarships to students, co-organizing graduate internships for students, sponsoring student activities, promoting collaborative research and training in real-world development. management practices for the business community.

The knowledge and skills learned at the School of Industrial Management have helped me run my company Saigon Hoa better. The opportunity to come to the School of Industrial Management is really lucky for me

Ms HUỲNH THỊ KIM VYDirector of Saigon Hoa Company


The main employers of students and trainees of School of Industrial Management include Nestlé, Holcim, Unilever, Huu Lien Asia Steel, IBM, Intel, Kimberly Clark VN, HSBC, Dong A Bank, Asia Bank, Securities Company. ACBS, Ho Chi Minh City departments (Department of Science and Technology, Department of Industry and Trade, State Committee …)

Career fields that attract students of the School of Industrial Management include: marketing, human resources accounting for 30%, financial accounting for 20% (in banks, insurance companies, investment funds, securities companies), Operations management accounted for 30% (production, quality, logistics, supply chain), information technology accounted for 5%, other management accounted for 15% (in the fields of education, consulting, service, management government).

The School of Industrial Management provided me with very basic knowledge, the teachers and the lecture hall with great enthusiasm. I am proud to be a student of the School of Industrial Management

Mr NGÔ TUẤN ANHDeputy Head of Representative Office of Oil and Gas Insurance Company


Alumni Class of 2009

During my career and further study, I have never regretted my decision more than 10 years ago to apply for the entrance exam to the School of Industrial Management. At that time, the combination of economics – engineering in a discipline was relatively new and risky. However, it showed the excellent vision of the founding teachers of SIM. Pioneering scientific research directions in recent years have all developed in a multidisciplinary direction, requiring researchers to have combined knowledge in many fields and open and multi-dimensional thinking to approach the problem. The School of Industrial Management is the place that equips me with that knowledge and mindset, so that now when I step on the academic path anywhere in the world, I feel steady and confident with my background knowledge that I have received from SIM.