Vietnam National University, Hanoi
|President||Nguyễn Kim Sơn|
The university has 10 colleges and faculties. This is one of two national universities. It also is the most prestigious university in Vietnam, rank 139 in Asia.
Throughout its history the university has had several name changes: the Indochinese University (established in 1906); Vietnam National University (November, 1945); the University of Hanoi (June, 1956). In 1993, Vietnam National University, Hanoi was created by merging the University of Hanoi, Hanoi University of Education and College of Foreign Languages.
The institution also owns two high schools for gifted students in foreign languages (Foreign Language Specialized School) and natural science (High School for the Gifted – University of Natural Science).
- VNU University of Science (VNU-HUS)
- VNU University of Social Sciences and Humanities (VNU-USSH)
- VNU University of Languages and International Studies (VNU-ULIS)
- VNU University of Engineering and Technology (VNU-UET)
- VNU University of Economics and Business (VNU-UEB)
- VNU University of Education (VNU-UED)
- VNU Vietnam Japan University (VNU-VJU)
- VNU School of Law (VNU-LS)
- VNU School of Business (VNU-HSB)
- VNU School of Interdisciplinary Studies (VNU-SIS)
- VNU International School (VNU-IS)
- VNU School of Medicine and Pharmacy (VNU-SMB)
- Võ Nguyên Giáp (1938, history), Vietnam People's Army general
- Phạm Xuân Nguyên (1983, literature), literary critic and translator
- Ngô Bảo Châu, mathematician, winner of Fields Medal in 2010
- Hoàng Tụy, mathematician
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