• Investment Economics

    The undergraduate program specializating in Investment Economics was established in 1991 with the aim to equip learners with the knowledge and skills to understand and participate in development investment activities.

    This program applies a credit training system with 134 credits including general knowledge blocks, industry knowledge blocks and specialized knowledge blocks. The curriculum is designed based on a flexible route that allows students to plan their own study and complete the program from 3 to 6 years.

    The Bachelor's Degree in Investment Economics provides a strong foundation for students to work in development investment activities; have sense of compliance with professional ethics; have information technology skills and foreign languages communication to adapt to the rapidly changing in macro and micro environment while ensuring the necessary abilities for lifelong learning goals.

    We take great pride in our students' academic results and extracurricular activities. With good professional knowledge and necessary skills equipped during their studies, many students of the Faculty of Economics specializating in Investment Economics have achieved success in their career after graduation and have many opportunities to study further, practice to improve qualifications at postgraduate levels at home and abroad.