Connecting global wisdom to Vietnam Established in 1998 by Prof. Hau Lee of Stanford University, Supply Chain Thought […]Read More
After being honored with the VinFuture Prize at the Hanoi Opera House (Hanoi), on 21/12, these esteemed scientists […]Read More
🔸 Exchange and share cultural characteristics of Vietnam and Singapore 🔸 Experience student life at VinUniversity and get […]Read More
At the “Public Talk: Entrepreneurship” held within the framework of the University of Toronto’s visit to VinUniversity last […]Read More
Dear VinUni Faculty and Colleagues, College of Arts and Sciences and Academic Engagement and Global Exchange Department are […]Read More
Time: 2pm – 5pm on Sunday, 20/03/2022. Location: Vinpearl Luxury Landmark 81, Vinhomes Central Park, 208 Nguyen Huu […]Read More
After being honored with the VinFuture Prize at the Hanoi Opera House (Hanoi), on 21/12, these esteemed scientists came to VinUniversity to share their stories. The “Talk Future" was attended by hundreds of scientists and students. Here, winners of the VinFuture Prize shared their long journey to success. Their works not only are life-changing projects for millions but are also demonstrative of the scientists' silent sacrifices and long-term dedication.
Prof. Barbara Oakley - famous globally for her course on “Learning How to Learn" - recently came to VinUniversity to discuss effective learning methods with thousands of lecturers, teachers, andd high school students in Hanoi, Ha Nam, Bac Ninh, etc.
On November 12th, VinUni successfully organized the first session of "The Marketing Conference Series 2022" with the theme "Place Marketing & Destination Branding toward Sustainability". We are honored to welcome Professor David Reibstein, former President of the American Marketing Association, former CEO of the Marketing Science Institute (MSI), and William Stewart Woodside Professor at Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Speaking on behalf of the student body at the Convocation Ceremony, Tran Diem Quynh - a third-year student at the College of Business & Management - talked about her experiences throughout her previous 2 years at VinUniversity. According to Quynh, at first, she felt insecure in the presence of her talented peers, who seemed like they already had their plans figured out. However, she soon converted this pressure to motivation. Quynh continuously put in great efforts and grasped all opportunities presented by the University. Through personal failures and successes, Quynh now knows for certain that she is interested in Blockchain.