Dang Ngoc Huyen, LLM

Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Faculty of Arts and Sciences


Ms Dang Ngoc Huyen got a bachelor degree majoring in Laws at Hanoi Law University and received the fully funded Master’s scholarship majoring in International and Public Law at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her first teaching experience was working as an English tutor from college time. At that time, she realized that her passion for teaching, so she became a lecturer majoring State and Law at Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics after graduation. This allows her to deliver lectures to top-tier managers and leaders in State bodies in Vietnam, work with law-makers, policy-makers, experts in the field of laws both international and domestic levels. Furthermore, she studied at RMIT University – an international school for six months, so she has a great depth of understanding of international education environment. With her knowledge and experience, she brings useful lessons to Vin University students.


  • Rule of Law
  • Good Governance
  • Anti-corruption
  • Human rights


  • Rule of Law
  • Good Governance
  • Anti-corruption
  • Human rights


  • Implement of the 2013 Constitution of the Socialist Public of Vietnam: Reality and Problems, Political Theory Publishing House, 2019
  • Streamlining the payroll in some countries and Vietnam, National University Publishing House, 2019
  • Building and operating a developmental government: Current situation in Vietnam and experiences from other nations, Institute of Social Science of the Central Religion, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (Nafosted program)


  • 2017-2020: “Excellent employee” Awards, Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics
  • 2019: Australian Awards Scholarships (AAS), Australia Government
  • 2017: Runner – up prize Science hackathon Award, Vietnam Summer School of Science, International Center for Interdisciplinary Science and Education
  • 2013: Honorable Mention, Vietnam Young Researcher Talents Contest, Hanoi Law University
  • 2011-2014: Rector’s Scholarship for Excellent Academic Performance, Hanoi Law University


  • 2014: Hanoi Law University – Bachelor of Laws with Honors Class 1
  • 2019 – now: University of Melbourne, Australia – LLM Candidate, Master in International and Public Law