College of Economics, Vietnam National University

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College of Economics, Vietnam National University, Hanoi

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The College of Economics (Vietnam National University, Hanoi) was established under Decision 290/QD-TTg of the Prime Minister on 6 March 2007. However, its historical origins date back to 1974 with the establishment of the Political Economy Department in the University of Hanoi. The college then underwent a number of transformations before becoming the College of Economics in 2007.

History[edit]

November 1974: Department of Political Economy - University of Hanoi.

September 1995: Department of Economy - College of Social Science and Humanities - Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

July 1999: Department of Economics - Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

March 2007: College of Economics - Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

Training programs[edit]

COE offers a wide range of studies and applied research with majors in economics and business administration.

1. Undergraduate programs:

Full-time: International Economics, Business Administration, Banking and Finance, Development

Economy, Political Economy.

Training program for outstanding students: Political Economy, International Economics.

International training program: Business Administration.

Part-time: International Economics, Business Administration, Banking and Finance.

2. Postgraduate programs:

Master degree: International Economics, Business Administration, Banking and Finance, Political Economy.

Doctorate degree: International Economics, Business Administration, Political Economy.

3. Joint international programs:

Bachelor in Business Administration (with Troy University, US).

Master in Business Administration (with Troy University and North Central University, US).

Master in Economic Expertise and Management of International Projects (with Paris 12 University, France).

Doctor in Business Administration (with Northcentral, US).

Doctor in Economics and Business Administration (with Massey University, New Zealand).

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