Many companies and organizations have been using the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) for business and commercial communication purpose in Vietnam and around the world. However, the current TOEIC material and the teaching method are not interesting and have less interactive listening activities for students to enhance listening skills and language competence in Vietnam. In reality, students are stuffed with a large amount of new words. Many listening tasks are introduced day after day, so the students’duty is to read and listen passively to choose the correct answers. This inappropriate teaching method makes it difficult for both TOEIC teachers and learners to cover all listening skills. The book presents a study done to investigate the effect of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) on performance in TOEIC listening module. The material input was designed with the application of CALL introduced into the treatment group only whereas the control group still learned with the current textbook only. This study concludes with the application of CALL in TOEIC listening teaching and learning, students have better listening skills at TOEIC listening module.