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Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology

Ho Chi Minh CityManagement

Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (Abbreviation: HCMUT, Vietnamese: Trường Đại học Bách khoa, Đại học Quốc gia Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, French: Institut polytechnique de Ho Chi Minh Ville) – a member of Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City is the flagship university in technology teaching and research activities in Vietnam. The university plays the active role in the fields of talents cultivation and providing manpower with strong technical skills to the Southern areas of Vietnam.

HCMUT is a center of technology - industry and management training. The HCMUT training activities have made a remarkable contribution to satisfy the increasing demands for man power of the industrialization and modernization in Vietnam generally and Southern Vietnam areas particularly. Moreover, HCMUT is also the science research and technology transfer center which plays the significant role in providing information, applications of advanced technologies and technologies transfers to concerning industrial zones in the Southern areas of Vietnam.

Up to May 2005, HCMUT has 11 faculties, 14 research and development (R&D) centers, 4 training centers, 10 functioning offices and one joint-stock company. During the past 30 years since Vietnam's unification, 45,000 engineers and Bachelors have graduated from HCMUT. Up to now, HCMUT have trained Bachelors of Science, more than 7,000 Masters and 120 Doctors, many of whom are either keeping management roles and or leading experts in state-owned or foreign-investment enterprises of different industries in Ho Chi Minh City and other southern provinces.

Dalat University

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Dalat University or The University of Dalat (Vietnamese: Đại học Đà Lạt, French: Université de Dalat; formerly Viện Đại học Đà Lạt) is a university in the city of Da Lat, Lâm Đồng Province, Vietnam. The original Da Lat University was established in 1957 — after support of and requests by Archbishop Pierre Martin Ngô Đình Thục — by the Council of Vietnamese Catholic Bishops as a centre for education in Da Lat city. After the Fall of Saigon in 1975, the Vietnamese name of this university was renamed Đại học Đà Lạt (Da Lat University). Today, this is a multidisciplinary university which offers undergraduate and graduate education for the Central Highlands region.

Dalat University is located in the center of the city of Dalat - a popular tourist city on Lam Vien Plateau with a year-round cool climate, endless pine forests, flowers, fog, and waterfalls.

The university campus sits on a hilly area of 40 hectares north of Xuan Huong Lake, beside an international 18-hole golf course. The campus is also one of the numerous romantic and beautiful spots in Dalat. There is a variety of styled buildings hidden throughout the pine trees. The campus offers peace and quiet which is an ideal atmosphere for learning and research.

At present, the University of Dalat offers over 30 programs at the undergraduate level. In addition, and a graduate program in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History, Philology and. In addition, a doctoral degree program in Mathematics is offered.
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FPT University

ManagementLanguages, Philology, Linguistic Studies

FPT University is a private information technology university in Hà Nội, Vietnam, established in 2006. The name comes from that of the managing organisation, the Corporation for Financing and Promoting Technology, or FPT for short. It is the first private university to be opened in Vietnam. They aimed to recruit 500 students for their first class. Trương Gia Bình was named as chairman of the management board, while Le Truong Tung will serve as the first dean.

All instructors would be required to have two years' working experience in the IT industry, and have to sit for an entrance examination. Foreign language teaching would form an integral part of the curriculum, and they aim to recruit native-speaking foreign language teachers and subject area teachers. After one year of language preparation, a foreign language would be used as the medium of instruction for all courses. English would not be the only such language used; the Vietnam Software Association are working with the school's embedded software faculty to establish a programme in Japanese language.

Loans for students are provided by the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam, which will also provide 50 full scholarships. International Data Group chairman Patrick McGovern also pledged during his 14 July 2007 visit to the university to give 100 FPT students full scholarships to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology within the next five years. Microsoft, which is a strategic partner of the managing organization FPT, have an arrangement with the university to offer training to their students on Microsoft technologies. At US$11,200 for the four-year course of study, the university's fees are extremely high, especially when compared to the US$720 cost of four years at a public university. However, in addition to the high quality of instruction promised by the university, FPT have also committed to hiring all of their university's graduates at a salary of US$200–400 per month, in order to fill their own demand for 15,000 staff by 2013.

The fight to gain permission to open the university itself represented a rarity in Vietnam; the Ministry of Education were originally unwilling to grant permission for the university to be opened, and delayed for two months the necessary approval for the university to begin enrolling students. FPT used the media to put pressure on the Ministry, which eventually signed the official approval document on 15 November 2006.

The University currently runs a collaborative program with the University of Greenwich, UK. The off-site Top-up +2, which commenced in August, 2009, is a collaborative program between the University of Greenwich in the U.K. and FPT University in Vietnam and this is currently the only program in Vietnam that awards Aptech graduates a U.K. bachelors’ degree in only 1 year.
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Vietnam National University, Hanoi


Vietnam National University, Hanoi (Vietnamese: Đại học Quốc gia Hà Nội, French: Université nationale du Viêt-nam de Hanoï) is a university in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam.

The university has 10 colleges and faculties. This is one of two national universities and also one of the two largest universities in Vietnam, along with Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City.
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University of Languages and International Studies

HanoiLanguages, Philology, Linguistic Studies

University of Languages and International Studies in Hanoi, Vietnam, (formerly College of Foreign Languages) (Vietnamese: Đại học Ngoại ngữ) is one of the six colleges that comprise Vietnam National University, Hanoi. The school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in pedagogy and linguistic studies in Arabic, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Spanish and Thai. The college is located at VNU Cau Giay campus.

Recently ULIS ("University of Languages and International Studies") was rated as one of the top universities in South East Asia for Languages and language studies at the undergraduate level. ULIS also has a large number of exchanges with various other universities around the world and offers Vietnamese language studies for visiting exchange students. ULIS was originally known as the School of Foreign Languages until the 1950s. In 1958, the School of Foreign Languages was merged into Hanoi University of Education, forming its Faculty of Foreign Languages. As one of the three first members of Vietnam National University, Hanoi University of Foreign Language Education since 1993 has been widely known as the University of Languages and International Studies – Vietnam National University, Hanoi (ULIS - VNU). Its international and national staff has enlarged since 2012 and now includes many major lecturers from many countries including Japan, Russia, France, Germany, Taiwan, Korea, and the United States.

As of 2014, ULIS VNU offers Bachelor degrees in Translation, Interpreting, and Teacher Education in English, Japanese, Korean, German, Russian, French, Chinese, and Arabic. Students can also join a double major program with many of VNU other universities such as 'International Business' or 'English-Finance and Banking', and 'Economics and Business' just to name a few.

Graduate programs are offered in English linguistics, as well as French, Japanese, Chinese, and Russian Linguistics. There are also graduate courses where students can receive a masters in Theory and Methodology in Teaching, either for English, French, Russian, or Chinese. Masters degree level courses in English are also offered with a partnership program with Walkato University in New Zealand. Doctorates are offered in English Linguistics, Russian Linguistics, and French.

ULIS enjoys close international connections with Taiwan, South Korea, the United States, and Japan. Staff and student exchange programs have been successful like the KOICA and the Korean Foundation. ULIS has expanded cooperation with a variety of Korean institutions including the University of Seoul, Yonsei, Chunggang, Kookmin, Kyunghee, Hansung, and Inha. ULIS students studying KoreanBold text receive valuable scholarships from Korean corporations such as Lotte, Kumho, Samsung, Daewoo, Miwon, Keb, LG, Posco, Booyang, Sellex and others.

Many partnerships have been set up through the Japanese Foundation as well. The Japanese Foundation is an arm of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and has been active with ULIS with special guests and lectures, student trips, and short training courses in Japan. Other connections with Japan include University of Kumamoto Gakuen (considered a sister university to ULIS), Daiaku, Nagaoka, Tokyo Foreign Language University, as well as several agreements with various business firms from Japan. ULIS VNU was the first institution in Vietnam to offer degrees in Japanese Language Teacher Education.

ULIS is the only institution in Vietnam to have a bachelor program in German language teacher education. Many of our teachers also work closely with the Goethe Institute and some students receive grant from the WUS organization in Germany. Russian languages have been offered for over 50 years at ULIS and still continues links with the Pushkin Institute in Moscow. Arabic too enjoys support from close cooperation from the many Arab embassies here in Hanoi, especially Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt. Egypt has offered 10 month scholarships to study in Egypt to ULIS students.

The joint ULIS-Southern New Hampshire University (USA) English program is one of the largest and best run programs as is their intensive English studies program. This is according to several awards recently such as the Best English Teaching Program awarded to ULIS in 2013, and the top universities standing listed at <> The SNHU program has been highly successful. When Former US President Bill Clinton spoke at Vietnam National University on November 17, 2000, he is most quoted as saying “While we can not change our past, we can change our future” and that has been seen not only with this program in the US, but with many other similar partnerships.
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Vietnamese-American Vocational Training College

Languages, Philology, Linguistic StudiesEcology, Evolution, Environment

Vietnamese-American Vocational Training College, known as "VATC", is a private vocational college in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and licensed and regulated by the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids, and Social Affairs (MOLISA) of Vietnam. It was established in 1997 as an English-language training center, but became licensed to offer vocational college degrees in 2006. In 2008 it began a partnership with Broward College in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to begin the process of internationalizing its programs with a goal toward ultimately offering accredited U.S. associate's degree programs.

In 2011 Broward College received approval from its accrediting body to allow its associate's degrees to be offered in Vietnam through VATC. In 2012 VATC was licensed by MOLISA to offer these degrees, becoming the host of the new Broward College Vietnam International Center and, for the first time, allowing Broward College Associate of Arts and Associate of Science programs to be offered in Vietnam. VATC thus became the first institution in Vietnam to offer accredited American community college programs in a traditional, face-to-face classroom environment, with a full suite of student services, student life activities, and learning resources. VATC's Broward College faculty and staff come from all over the globe, including the United States, Germany, Australia, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Singapore, and Vietnam. The student body is primarily Vietnamese, but a significant minority of students come from countries such as China, Cambodia, Canada, France, and the United States. Upon graduating with an associate's degree, students either enter the workforce, or continue towards a bachelor's degree in the United States, Australia, Singapore, or elsewhere.

With a rapidly growing student body in the Broward College program, VATC is now the first fully functional American community college in Vietnam.

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