Hanoi National University (HNU)
The Hanoi National University (HNU) was established in accordance with
Decree No.97/CP, dated December 10th, 1993 by the Government, and has
been reorganized in accordance with Decree No.14/2001/QD-TTg, dated
February 12, 2001 by the Government, which unified some leading
universities, including the former University of Hanoi with the
University of Indochina as its predecessor established in 1904.
The Foreign Trade University (FTU) was established in 1960 to provide higher education in foreign trade economics aiming at supplying human resource for the economic sector generally and foreign trade economic activities particularly, providing knowledge to community members for their specific business purposes, and simultaneously fostering the team of lecturers, academic researchers in order to contribute to national education, academic research and economic development.
The Hanoi University of Architecture was set up on September 17th, 1969.
The Hanoi University of Water Resources is a leading and unique University, educating human resources at undergraduate and postgraduate education for the entire country in Water Resources Development Sector.
Institute of Finance subordinated to the Ministry of Finance, Vietnam, was established under Decision No 120/2001/ QD-TTg dated August 17th, 2001 of the Prime Minister by integrating the Hanoi University of Finance and Accounting (founded in 1963), the Finance Research Institution (founded in 1961) and the Financial Training Center (founded in 1995).
The University was founded in 1960 to provide higher education in commerce, economics and tourism and related fields through its bachelor training programme.
The University was founded on September 3rd, 1965 with the initial name as the National Fine Arts Junior College and on November 18th, 1984, it was renamed as Hanoi University of Industrial Fine Arts.