Ba Ria – Vung Tau Technical College of Technology  (formerly BR-VT Provincial Vocational School) was established by Decision No. 400/QD-UB dated August 21, 1998 of the People’s Committee of BR-VT province. In 2006, the school was renamed BR-VT Provincial Vocational School. On November 5, 2010, the school was upgraded to BR-VT Provincial Vocational College under the People’s Committee of BR-VT Province. From May 30, 2017, the school officially changed its name to Ba Ria – Vung Tau College of Engineering and Technology (BCTECH). <3 tested and achieved Good grade according to the UK's Ofsted quality assessment framework. Ba Ria - Vung Tau College of Engineering and Technology has long affirmed its prestige and brand, is the leading vocational education institution in the country, training and supplying high quality human resources for Ms. Ria – Vung Tau and neighboring provinces
Currently, the school has 2 campuses in Dat Do district and Vung Tau city with a total area of ​​16 hectares, organizing training in many professions in the fields of: Electricity, Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Technology, Information Technology, Food Processing, Fashion Garment and Accounting. With the motto “always innovating for high quality human resources”, College of Engineering and Technology Ba Ria – Vung Tau is constantly improving in terms of facilities, modern equipment of international standards and 100% of highly qualified, healthy, experienced and dedicated lecturers retraining in countries with advanced education such as Japan, Korea, Australia, Germany, Denmark. With many dedications to the cause of vocational education, BR-VT College of Engineering and Technology was honored to be awarded the Second-class Labor Medal by the State President, the Government presented excellent emulation flags and many other noble prizes. On that basis, BR-VT College of Engineering and Technology is gradually becoming a “high-quality school” and meeting international standards.

International cooperation

  • Collaborating with Australia’s Chisholm Institute to organize international-level Mechatronics vocational training according to the Australian program.
  • Collaborating with AVESTOS Training Group of Germany to organize international-level training in welding and metal cutting profession according to the German program.
  • Supported by the Danish Government to provide vocational training in Food Processing under the project “Developing vocational education in Vietnam – Cooperation between Vietnam and Denmark”.
  • The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and CIESF Japan sent experts to support training in specialties such as: food technology, graphic design, mold making. , Japanese.
  • Cooperating with the British Council to build and develop the school’s quality assurance system in the direction of approaching a modern management model of international standards.
  • Cooperating with Daegu University (Korea) to transfer students from the school to university in Korea.


  • Has a full system of theoretical classrooms and practical workshops with modern equipment and machinery of international standards
  • There are spacious dormitories, ensuring security for students who are far away.
  • There is a canteen to ensure food hygiene and safety, serving 24/24.
  • Working area, lecture hall, library, hall are spacious, airy and fully equipped for students to study and live.
  • The facilities for after-hours activities, cultural activities, physical training and sports are abundant, diverse and free.

Subjects & forms of enrollment



Associate colleges

Elementary occupations


Training for a short time

Tuition policy & Job opportunities

Tuition & Scholarship Policy

Job opportunity