In the period from 2013 to September 2018, the revenues from technology transfer reached an average of VND200 billion per year (approx. $8.62 million).
At the moment, VNU-HCM is finishing the procedure to register for 2 inventions in the US, one of which belongs to the VNU-HCM University of Technology and the other the VNU-HCM University of Science. If successful, VNU-HCM will become one of the three intellectual rights and technology transfer centers in Vietnam
Associate Professor Dr. Dinh Duc Anh Vu, Head of the Department of University in VNU-HCM, shared that this year, his university has the acceptance rate of around 16,000 freshmen via 6 kinds of admission, consisting of (1) direct admission, with the priority to those meeting the requirements of the Ministry of Education and Training; (2) VNU-HCM admission policy; (3) results of the 2019 national high school graduation examination; (4) results of the scholastic ability assessment test organized by VNU-HCM for each major; (5) results of international tests; and (6) other admission policies in each particular member university (such as the scholastic ability test by the International University).
In 2019, VNU-HCM is planning to increase the number of majors for undergraduate programs to 197.