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HCM City-based university wins QS Stars’ four-star status

Ho Chi Minh City-based Nguyen Tat Thanh University has been rated as a four-star educational institution by the UK rating system, QS Stars.



Nguyen Tat Thanh University is located in district 4, Ho Chi Minh City. (Source:



This is the first private university in Vietnam to win the four-star status ofthe prestigious rating system.

The rating was based on eight categories, comprising teaching, employability,internationalisation, academic development, programme strength, facilities, socialresponsibility, and inclusiveness.

QS Stars awarded three stars to the university in internationalisation andprogramme strength, four stars in teaching and social responsibility, and fivestars in the remaining categories.

Located in District 4, Nguyen TatThanh University aims to become a high-quality university that reaches bothnational and international standards. Since its inception 20 years ago, theuniversity has made remarkable progresses in its academic journey with 15faculties and 54 academic programmes at all levels./.VNA

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