The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) is the government ministry responsible for the governance of general/academic education and higher education (training) in Vietnam. Vocational Education is controlled by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids, and Social Affairs (MoLISA). Ministry offices are located in central Ha Noi, on Co Dai Viet street. In the Vietnamese system, MoET is responsible for the 'professional' performance and regulation of educational institutions under it, but not for ownership or finance, except for the major public universities (VNU, Vietnam National University, in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, fall directly under the Prime Minister's office, not MoET). Ownership and administrative/financial responsibility for the bulk of educational institutions, including all school-level general education, falls under Provinces or Districts, which have substantial autonomy on many budgetary decisions under the Vietnamese constitution. Some institutions are also controlled by other central ministries, although mainly at higher education levels (senior secondary and colleges).

National Economics University


National Economics University (NEU) (Vietnamese: Đại học Kinh tế Quốc dân) is a reputable public research university in Hanoi, Vietnam. Founded in 1956, its history and influence have made it one of the leading universities in Economics, Public Administration and Business Administration in Vietnam.

 NEU is now chairing a network of more than 40 universities in Vietnam in economics and business administration. It is also a prestigious research and consultation center with its publications and consulting works to the government of Vietnam on policy making and to the business community on business development.

 Since its establishment, NEU has paid special attention to developing international academic cooperation. It has formed partnership relationship with over 100 institutions and organizations from 30 countries, including Australia, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Laos, Netherlands, South Korea, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The university has been involved in research projects in cooperation with large governmental organizations and international financial institutions such as the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the Foundation of Vietnam Development Forum (VDF), the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), the World Bank (WB), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Department for International Development (DFID - UK), and Ausaid (Australia).

 Many of the university's alumni have a strong track record of success and hold important positions in public and private sectors. The current Prime Minister of Vietnam, Nguyễn Xuân Phúc, is an alumni

Hanoi University of Industry



Hanoi University of Industry (HaUI) is a public university under the Ministry of Industry and Trade with a longstanding tradition in training human resources in the fields of engineering and economics. HaUI which was officially founded by the merger of Hanoi Vocational School (established in 1898) and Hai Phong Vocational School (established in 1913) is always considered as one of the key universities in technical and vocational training in Vietnam.

Through over 122 years of building and development, HaUI continues to affirm its reputation and position as the leading university in Vietnam providing training in many majors, types, and levels. The University currently has more than 1,500 staff and lecturers with 07 functional departments, 13 faculties, 10 training centers, 07 service centers, 01 research institute and 01 enterprise. The scale of annual enrolment is approx 7,000 students - The training scale of over 30,000 postgraduate and undergraduate students in 37 majors.

HCMC University of Technology and Education


Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education (Abbreviation: HCMUTE, Vietnamese: Trường Đại học Sư phạm Kỹ thuật Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh) is currently listed as one of the top 10 universities in Vietnam and also a member in the top group of Southeast Asia universities (basing on standard evaluation index).[1]

 This is a public university located in Thu Duc District, about 10 km north-east from downtown Ho Chi Minh City. This university offers bachelor's and associate degree to prospective lecturers in other technical institutions. The university also conducts technical research and vocational training, in addition to educational cooperation with foreign universities.


Hue University

Huế University (Vietnamese: Đại học Huế) is a university located in Huế, the former imperial capital of Vietnam; it is one of the important regional universities of Vietnam. In Vietnam, universities are classified into three classes: national university (Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam National University, Hanoi), regional university (Thái Nguyên University, The University of Da Nang and Hue University) and university. Hue University, formerly known as The University of Hue, was initially established in March 1957. After the reunification of the country in 1975, independent universities were established in Hue on the basis of the existing faculties of The University of Hue. According to the Government Decree No. 30/ND-CP dated 4 April 1994, Hue University has been re-established by reorganizing all Hue-based universities. Hue University is responsible for training students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, conducting research and applying science and technology in a multitude of disciplines to serve the construction and development of the country in general and Central Vietnam and Western Highlands in particular.


HCMC University of Technology


Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HUTECH) was established on 26 April 1995 according to Decision No. 235 / TTg signed by the Prime Minister and officially operated according to Decision No. 2128/GD-DT signed by the Minister of Ministry of Education and Training on 24 June 1995.

Located at the central venue of Ho Chi Minh City, all campuses owned by the university are modern and majestic with a total floor area of over 50.000 m2.