In September, VinUni signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Yonsei University and Yonsei School of Business. The two […]Read More
On September 9th, 2020, VinUniversity has successfully hosted a Webinar with three invited professors from Cornell University, who […]Read More
Following the series of research articles on the socio-economic impact of COVID-19, VinUni’s faculty has published an article […]Read More
We are delighted to introduce Professor Sunmee Choi, the incoming Founding Dean of the College of Business and Management.Read More
With a letter about the insufficient learning environment of provincial students, Tran Phuoc Lam Duy received high appreciation from VinUni professors for his "aspiration, perseverance in pursuing dreams and ability to control his destiny".
VinUniversity's first and foremost priority is going across the country to gather the most talented students and create the best possible conditions for them to study. Every student invited to study at VinUniversity and those we have yet to discover are all unique in their own ways, but they have 4 things in common: AACC (Outstanding Ability, Aspiration, Creativity, and Commitment).
VinUniversity's first round of admissions witnessed several interesting stories, where a candidate with perfect grades and several awards was rejected, and another where a Bachelor of Business Administration Program applicant was offered a full scholarship for the Computer Science program instead.
"I want to study Business Administration to make a lot of money," honestly stated Le Phan Khanh Huy, making the whole VinUniversity admissions committee temporarily "confused".