For a lot of people Vietnam conjures images of a beautiful country ravaged by the terrible effects of war and while there are still many reminders of that era there is much that has changed in the last 40 years. In fact Vietnam is fast becoming the place to do business in Asia and some predict that it could become the fastest growing emerging economy by 2025 and rank as high as the 35th largest economy at the same time. This coupled with a population of over 80 million makes Vietnam difficult to ignore!
But what about the future generation of business leaders in Vietnam? Well, although there is no Vietnamese Business School currently inside the Financial Times Top 100, our prediction is that it won’t be long before one is and that it is most likely to be the Han Noi School of Business.
Founded in 1995, Han Noi School of Business aims to be the top provider of executive education in Vietnam and prides itself on integrating the strong Vietnamese culture and values with the latest advances in business theory and technology. A member of the Association of Asia Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS) since 2008, Han Noi has also forged many productive collaborations with international business schools from all over the globe including the US and Europe. These international initiatives have included faculty & student exchanges, research collaboration, and international joint-programs.
The Han Noi School of Business offers a full-time MBA course, which includes the following elements:
- International standards
- International faculty
- Study in English
- Foreign student exchange programs
- Access to an entrepreneur network
For more information visit their website - http://bs.vnu.edu.vn/