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Self-study skills determine students' learning outcomes and help students attain more opportunities to choose not only jobs but also working positions suitable to their abilities and interests. Self-study skills are influenced by many factors. Based on both qualitative research methods carried out through group discussion techniques and quantitative research methods carried out through direct survey, data collected are processed to determine the impact of factors affecting self-study skills of students in e-commerce major at Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City. The results revealed that the factors affecting mostly to the development of students’self-study skills were facilities, training program, students themselves, academic staff, and culture of the university. The research results will be the basis for proposing some measures to develop self-study skills for students in e-commerce undergraduate program with the aim of improving the training quality of IUH in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0.