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Outcomes-based education (OBE) implementation at Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City (IUH) is built based on ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) outcomes-based concept, which provides quality outcomes at the end of educational process. The goals for this are to meet the requirements of stakeholders with a set of expected learning outcomes (ELOs). The expected learning outcomes are concerned with the achievements of the learner at the graduation time rather than the intentions of the teacher, which are often written as aims, goals or objectives of the program. Measuring the achievement of ELOs is considered to enhance OBE. Focus of providing evidences of program assessment is on the cumulative effect of student learning and influences. Principles of program assessment are to seek the answers for such questions: “When to collect data? From whom to collect data? What is interpretation of the assessment results? This work demonstrates an example of ELOs measurement at program level at IUH.