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  • On October 21st, 1995, Faculty of Tourism was established with the first two divisions: Division of Tourism Culture and Geography and Divsion of Tourism Economy and Professionalism.

  • In 2003, with the objective of training and nurturing high-quality human resources in the field of Tourism, the Faculty started the Master's program on Tourism.

  • In 2013, the Faculty founded the Division of Event Management.

  • In 2016, The Divsion of Tourism Economy and Professionalism was changed into Division of Tourism Management.

Prominent achievements

The Faculty of Tourism, USSH is the leading national institution that trains Tourism and Travel Services Administration. For over 20 years of development, the Faculty of has scored many achievements in training, research and international cooperation:

  • Trained nearly 3000 bachelors and 500 masters, many of whom hold different positions in businesses, government authorities, universities and research institutes.

  • Published 500 research papers in domestic and foreign academic journals and conferences. Up to now, one third of the members of the Faculty have written research articles for academic journals and conferences. The Faculty has also published 50 textbooks, lectures and monographs and chaired many research projects at different levels (including 12 at VNU level, 17 at USSH level, and 02 at City level).

  • Maintained relations and cooperation with over 30 international universities and organizations.

  • Received diplomas and certificates of merits from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the National Administration of Tourism, VNU, USSH for its excellent achievements.

Development orientation

Continuously expand cooperation and joint-training and research activities with domestic and international partners to adapt to the diverse development trends in training and research in Vietnam and the world.

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