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.
Hanoi University of Drama and Cinematography was established in 1980.
The Hanoi University of Business and Management (HUBM) was founded by the Decision No.405/TTg dated 15 June 1996 by the Prime Minister of Vietnam. It is a non-governmental educational institution based in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Phuong Dong University, founded in 1994, is the first non-state university in the Vietnamese educational system.
The University of Trade Unions was founded on May 15th, 1946 to provide higher education in trade union and other different fields through its bachelor training programs on trade union construction, labour protection, business administration and sociology.
Hanoi Open University was founded on November 3, 1993 under the Decision 535/TTg by the Prime Minister of Vietnam.
To provide higher education in science and technology and related fields through its bachelor, master and Ph.D. programs on science and technology.