Tay Nguyen University was founded following the Government Council's Decision No. 298/CP, issued on November 11, 1977. The institution is mandated to educate and prepare individuals at the university level to meet the diverse needs of the Central Highlands region's economic, cultural, and social advancement.

The establishment of Tay Nguyen University represents a momentous milestone for the local populations residing within the Central Highlands region. This institution's inception is poised to dramatically enhance the accessibility of higher education for minority ethnic youths, enabling them to pursue both undergraduate and graduate studies within the comforting and familiar environs of their homeland.

Established as a reputable institution within the region, Tay Nguyen University has made substantial contributions to the socio-economic advancement of the Central Highlands provinces. The university has successfully educated over 25,000 professionals, including doctors, bachelors, and engineers, across various fields such as medicine, education, information technology, agriculture, forestry, economics, and political science. These individuals have been equipped to serve the Central Highlands' local communities and the broader national landscape.

The influence the university alumni wields is significant, as evidenced by the ascent of numerous graduates to key positions across a broad spectrum of industries. These individuals have become essential components within the governance and organizational structures of various government agencies, political institutions, industrial firms, and research and technological establishments. Their reach extends well beyond the confines of the Central Highlands, with a notable presence and active engagement in various regions throughout the country. This widespread impact underscores the university's critical role in fostering the nation's intellectual prowess and professional expertise.

Tay Nguyen University has undergone a remarkable transformation under the vigilant guidance of the Party and the State, alongside the Ministry of Education and Training stewardship and bolstered by Party Committees and regional authorities. Once a modest educational establishment, it flourished into a comprehensive university, boasting various disciplines, educational levels, and fields of study. The institution prides itself on its robust assembly of scientific and technical personnel, and it has seen a progressive enhancement in its facilities, steering toward modernization.

The educational programs offered by the university are experiencing a significant enhancement in scope, marked by a broadening array of specialized training opportunities. Such an expansion is crucial for developing a robust workforce with cutting-edge scientific and technical skills. These skilled individuals are well-prepared to meet the complex requirements of diverse sectors and administrative levels across the communities of the Central Highlands.

MISSION:

Training high-quality human resources, conducting scientific research, and transferring technology to contribute to socio-economic development, preserving and promoting the cultural values of ethnic communities.

VISION: 

By the year 2030, Tay Nguyen University aims to evolve into a distinguished and high-caliber multidisciplinary institution, establishing itself as a national-level center for research and technology transfer across critical domains, including healthcare, education, agriculture and forestry, environment, economics, natural sciences, and social sciences. The university is committed to ensuring that its graduates acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to meet the demands of the evolving societal workforce.

CORE VALUES:

  • CREATIVITY in both learning and scientific research.
  • QUALITY as the foremost objective.
  • INTEGRATION as pivotal values for development.

BOARD OF RECTORS



RECTOR
Dr. Nguyen Thanh Truc

 

   

VICE-RECTOR
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Nam

VICE-RECTOR
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Duc Niem

VICE-RECTOR
Dr. Le The Phiet 

 

FUNCTIONAL DEPARTMENTS

1. Department of Facilities Management

2. Department of Student Affairs

3. Department of Academic Affairs  

4. Department of Communications and Admission Counseling  

5. Department of Administrative and General Affairs

6. Department of Science  International Relations

7. Department of Quality Assurance

8. Department of Inspection and Legal Affairs

9. Personnel Department

10. Department of Planning and Finance  

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Since 2012, TNU has implemented 01 national projects, 17 ministry projects, 05 provincial projects, 259 university projects, and 72 student projects. Currently, TNU has scientific research and academic cooperation with international universities such as Champasak University and province Attapeu (Laos); Chiang Mai University and Prince of Songkla University (Thailand); Chonnam National University, Sunchon University and Ajou University (Korea); Chi Ba University, Kyoto University and Niigata University (Japan) and Tam Kang University (Taiwan).

ACADEMIC UNITS (08 FACULTIES and 01 TRAINING-RESEARCH INSTITUTE)

1. Faculty of Education

2. Faculty of Foreign Languages

3. Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy

4. Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry

5. Faculty of Animal and Veterinary Science

6. Faculty of Economics

7. Faculty of Natural Science and Technology

8. Faculty of Political Science

9. Institute of Biological Technology and Environment

SUPPORTIVE, RESEARCHING, AND PRACTICAL UNITS

- Library

- Centre for Student Services

- Tay Nguyen Centre for National Defense and Security Education

- Centre of Foreign Languages and Informatics

- Tay Nguyen Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities 

- Dak Lak Innovation Centre

- Tay Nguyen University's Hospital

- Cao Nguyen Practical High School

- 11/11 Practical Kindergarten

GRADUATE SPECIALITIES

Tay Nguyen University, a multidisciplinary university, offers a wide range of undergraduate programs in economics, agriculture, food technology, biotechnology, information technology, pharmacy, mathematics, and teacher education to train individuals to meet the labor market demands.

LIST OF Bachelor’s (or equivalent) programs:

No

Program code

Major in

(Program)

1

7720101

General Medicine

2

7720301

B.A. in Nursing

3

7720601

Laboratory Medicine Technique

4

7140201

Pre-school Education

5

7140202

Primary Education

6

7140202JR

Primary Education – Jrai Language

7

7140217

Literature and Linguistics Teacher Education

8

7140231

English Teacher Education

9

7140205

Political Education

10

7140206

Physical Education

11

7140209

Mathematics Teacher Education

12

7140211

Physics Teacher Education

13

7140212

Chemistry Teacher Education

14

7140213

Biology Teacher Education

15

7140247

Natural Science Education

16

7220201

English Language

17

7229001

Philosophy

18

7229030

Literature

19

7310101

Economics

20

7310105

Developmental Economics

21

7620115

Agricultural Economics

22

7340101

Business Administration

23

7340101_1

Advanced Business Administration

24

7340201

Finance and Banking

25

7340121

Commercial Business Administration

26

7340301

Accounting

27

7420101

Biology

28

7420201

Biotechnlogy

29

7480201

Information Technology

30

7510406

Environmental Technology and Engineering

31

7540101

Food Technology

32

7540104

Post-harvest Technology

33

7620110

Crops Science

34

7620110_1

High-technology Farming

35

7620112

Plants Protection

36

7620205

Silviculture

37

7620211

Forest resources and environment conservation

38

7850103

Land management

39

7640101

Veterinary Medicine

40

7620105

Animal Science and Husbandry

* College training programs and College - university interlinking programs

Business Administration, Accounting, Finance -Banking, Animal Science, Crop Science, Sylviculture, Forest Resources and Environment Management, and Land Management.

- Pre-university training programs for ethnic minorities 

-The total number of students in the school year of 2017 - 2018 was about 11.222.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Master’s programs:

Tay Nguyen University is implementing 12 master's degree programs (or equivalent) as follows:

  1. Veterinary Medicine;
  2. Experimental Biology;
  3. Animal Science and Husbandry;
  4. Silviculture;
  5. Crops Science;
  6. Agricultural Economics;
  7. Economic Management;
  8. Mathematical Analysis;
  9. Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics;
  10. Linguistics;
  11. Biomedical Science;
  12. Specialist Level I doctor degree in General internal medicine.

Doctoral programs

Tay Nguyen University is implementing 05 doctoral training majors in the fields of Science, Technology, Agriculture, and Economics as follows: 

  1. Silviculture
  2. Animal Science and Husbandry
  3. Crops Science
  4. Biotechnology
  5. Agricultural Economics

EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

Tay Nguyen University (TNU) has achieved significant milestones over its 45-year history. TNU has trained over 27.000 students, including more than 1716 ethnic minority students. TNU has also trained 11 doctoral students and over 1209 master students in Forestry – Agriculture, Biology, Veterinary Science and Parasitology – Entomology, and 130 students in General Internal Medicine and General Surgery. TNU has also cooperated with eight other universities in Vietnam to conduct training for over 1857 master students in Forestry – Agriculture, Medicine, Linguistics, Pedagogy, English, Economics, Information Technology, and Education Management. Since 2008-2009, TNU has been training students from the Lao People's Democratic Republic and Cambodia.

AWARDS

The President of Vietnam awarded TNU the third-class independent medal and the first--, second-, and third-class labor medals.

 

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