Hanoi University

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Hanoi University
Trường Đại học Hà Nội
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Hanoi University
Former name
Hanoi University of Foreign Studies
TypeState-owned
Established1959 (1959)
RectorAssoc. Prof Nguyễn Văn Trào
Academic staff
700
Administrative staff
100
Students17,000
Undergraduates12,000
LocationKm9 , Nguyen Trai Road, Thanh Xuân District, Hanoi
Campus8 ha
NicknameHANU
Websitewww.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, Italian and Portuguese.

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.

History[edit]

The former name of Hanoi University is Hanoi University of Foreign Studies (Vietnamese: Đại học Ngoại Ngữ), which is different from University of Languages and International Studies (directly under the management of Vietnam National University, Hanoi).

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