The College of Health Sciences
Our mission is to advance health care in Vietnam and the world through leading education, innovative research, and technology.

Global Network

  • Collaborations with World-class Universities: Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania are helping to develop programs and curricula, train faculty, and partner in research and teaching.
  • Opportunities to Study Abroad: VinUni students will have opportunities to experience studying and living abroad at a prestigious university.
  • Faculty with International Education And Experience: VinUni faculty have PhDs from, or have worked at, top universities in the US, UK, Germany, France, Australia, South Korea, and other countries.
  • Curriculum That Meets Highest International Standards: VinUni curricula were validated by Cornell and UPenn, and meet the standards of the international accreditation: USMLE for Medicine and NCLEX for Nursing.
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Global Network
Research

Research

We aim to develop knowledge, interventions, and technology to better understand the determinants and drivers of human disease, health, and healthcare, and to develop treatments to improve the health and wellness of the people of Vietnam and around the world.

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Faculty

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News And Events

Webinar: Information Session of GME programs
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VinUniversity closes the Special Admission Round for the Medical Doctor program
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VINUNIVERSITY MEDICAL SIMULATION CENTER

VINUNIVERSITY MEDICAL SIMULATION CENTER

The VinUniversity Medical Simulation Center (VMSC) was established in July 2017 with the aim of enhancing the quality of medical practice, patient safety and satisfaction through effective simulation in healthcare. VMSC is the unique International Training Center (ITC) authorized by the American Heart Association (AHA) in Vietnam equipped with Heartsaver, BLS, ACLS and PALS courses since May 2018. Additionally, our center also provides a course in communication skills for medical encounters with standardized patients for health staff and medical students.