Scholarships & Aid

Cost to study at VinUniversity
The estimated yearly cost for an undergraduate student is USD 35,000. The estimated cost for a graduate degree program will be USD 40,000 per year. This includes all academic experiences such as teaching, research, internships, clinical    practice, international exchange, industry-immersion semester, and regular campus activities. The expected cost of living for the first year when students are in VinUni dorms, is about USD 1,500. Additional costs for food, travel, special events, and incidental expenses will depend on individual student needs and circumstances.

Generous scholarships and Financial Aid programs:
We believe that financial constraints should not get in the way of a talented student’s access to the best education.

With a strong and long-term commitment by Vingroup for setting a new standard for high-quality higher education, all VinUni students in the first five intakes will benefit from three different types of financial assistance:

All VinUni students will receive, from Vingroup, a subsidy of 35%, equivalent to USD12,000 – USD14,000 per year.
This subsidy will apply to the entire duration of their studies at VinUni.

VinUni merit-based scholarships:
Students who possess outstanding academic capabilities, creativity, aspiration, and commitment, will be granted scholarships that cover 90% – 100% of educational costs. Students with exceptional talent will be granted full scholarships covering 100% of all educational costs plus living expenses.

VinUni need-based financial aid program: will cover 50%, 70%, or 80% of the costs and will be available for those students who qualify to be admitted to VinUni but would not be able to attend because of financial constraints.

There is no upper limit to the number of students who can receive these scholarships or financial aid.

In addition to the financial support, students can apply for low interest student loans to cover any remaining costs.