• History and Achievements

    A Brief History

    The Faculty of Economics is proud of its long history of operation. It originated from the Planning–Statistics division in the Economics Faculty of Danang University of Technology, which was established in 1975. In 1995, the Faculty of Economics was established as an independent faculty of Danang University of Economics, together with the formal establishment of the University of Danang in 1994.

    The Faculty of Economics is now responsible for the undergraduate, master and doctoral level. For the undergraduate level, the Faculty provides Bachelor of Economics programme launched in 1995. The number of students taking full-time courses is recently about 210 students each year.

    Currently, the Faculty is one of the 13 faculties of the University of Economics. Through many stages of development, the faculty has obtained many remarkable achievements, contributing to the overall development of the University in education, research, and community development.


    From the early years of its establishment, the Faculty set out guidelines and identified the right direction for development. Renovation of content, curriculum, and teaching methods as well as improving the quality of lecturers are considered as the two most important tasks. The Faculty has also worked closely with local authorities and departments as well as the many enterprises in training and doing research. Over the years, the Faculty has always been highly appreciated by the University and gained the trust of students and enterprises.

    The Faculty has a more than 45-year history of providing human resources in the fields of development economics, and public management both at undergraduate and post-graduate levels for the Central-Highland region and for Vietnam as a whole. Many Alumni members hold important positions in various organizations and enterprises.

    The Faculty currently has 22 lecturers, including 1 Professor, 1 Associate Professor, 9 Doctors, 9 Masters (1 doctoral student), 01 trainee lecturer, and 01 administrative officer. Most of the lecturers graduated from renowned universities in developed countries such as England, Australia, France, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Hungary, Taiwan, and Belgium. The Faculty is committed to student-centered learning, respect for partners, and respect for individuals, cooperation, sharing, fairness, transparency and innovation to adapt to the demands of society.