Hanoi University

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This article is about the former Hanoi University of Foreign Studies. For the major university in Hanoi, see Hanoi University of Science and Technology. For the university which was a predecessor of the Vietnam National University, Hanoi, see University of Hanoi.
Hanoi University
Đại học Hà Nội
Hanu logo.jpg
Logo of the Hanoi University
Former name
Hanoi University of Foreign Studies
Type State-owned
Established 1959 (1959)
Rector Nguyễn Đình Luận
Location Hanoi, Vietnam
Website www.hanu.edu.vn

Hanoi University (Abbreviation: HANU; Vietnamese: Đại học Hà Nội) (formerly Hanoi University of Foreign Studies), established in 1959 in Hanoi, is an institution for foreign language training and research.

Hanoi University offers bachelor's degrees in 10 languages including English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, French, German, Spanish and Italian.

Among these, Masters and PhDs are offered in Russian, English, French and Chinese. Foreign languages offered as second languages are Bulgarian, Hungarian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Romanian and Thai.

Since 2002, the university has offered Business Bachelor Programs taught in English, in Business Management, Tourism Management, International Studies, Computer Science, Finance-Banking and Accounting.

Foreign students make up 10% of the student population, enrolled for Business or Vietnamese studies.

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Coordinates: 20°59′23″N 105°47′43″E / 20.9897°N 105.7952°E / 20.9897; 105.7952