Siemens to support Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology in the development of I4.0 Lab

Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) has appointed Siemens as its technology partner in a collaboration to develop the university’s Industrie 4.0 Lab. The partnership leverages Siemens’ expertise in Industrie 4.0 to strengthen HCMUT’s curricula, and aims to foster greater development in science and technology.

22nd Jan. 2019, Siemens and Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) singed MoU in a collaboration to develop the university’s I4.0 Lab.



Robert Jones ( Executive Vice President, Global Sales and Customer Success), who  delivered speech after signing ceremony to more than 200 students of HCMUT, he shared full picture of academic partner program which is committed to providing students with the opportunity to learn the tools used by many leading manufacturers and technology companies. Through our academic partnership with HCMUT we can empower the next generation of digital talent with the skills today’s employers need. Siemens technology enables Ho Chi Minh City University Of Technology to provide their students with real-world experience by employing the same software used by leading manufacturers, preparing them for rewarding STEM careers.



We have been working with universities in Vietnam to prepare students for Industry 4.0, including Hanoi University of Industry and Hanoi University of Science and Technology. We are a founding Industry Partner and continue to support the Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program (HEEAP) to help students who are work-ready with both project and applied skills and technical communication competencies required by multinational corporations; and we provide insight into higher education reform in Vietnam.

To get more information of academic partner program for student and educator, please visit here.


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