Duy Tan University is a private university in Da Nang, Vietnam.
As the first and largest private university in the Central Vietnam, DTU was established on November 11th, 1994, under Decision No 666/TTg, signed by the Prime Minister. DTU offers a wide variety of academic programs, including a graduate two-year Master’s Degree, an undergraduate 4 to 5 year Bachelor’s Degree, a Junior Technical College three-year Associate Bachelor’s Degree and Secondary Professional and Vocational Education two-year diplomas. DTU also offers various transfer programs, from Secondary Professional to Technical Junior College, from Technical Junior College to Undergraduate, from Secondary Professional to Undergraduate and from Vocational Education to Undergraduate.
International collaboration has become an important landmark in DTU’s development over the last several years. To enhance the quality of teaching to adapt to evolving social requirements, DTU has expanded its partnerships with over 50 well-known universities around the world, in order to offer advanced programs to provide students access to a first-rate international education.
Since 2005, in collaboration with NIIT, DTU has offered advanced programs in training IT specialists in Software Network Technologies. Certificates are granted by the NIIT Institute, which is recognized internationally.
DTU established programs to help students continue their studies abroad, such as the 2+2 program (2 years at DTU and 2 years at Appalachian State University- America), the 1+1+2 program (1 year at DTU and 3 years at Lorain County College - America) and the 3+1 program (3 years at DTU and the final one either at Auston Institute of Management & Technology in Singapore or at University of Chichester, and at Oxford Brookes University in England).
DTU has close partnerships with many other well-known universities in the world, such as University of North Carolina, Seattle Pacific University, San Jose State University, Cleveland State University and Singapore Polytechnic.
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