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April 28th, 2007
National University in HCMC strives for international standing
Since its founding in 2001 on 645 hectares of land, the National University in Ho Chi Minh City has constantly expanded its academic programs and teaching facilities.
These days it is like a small city with lecture halls, administration blocks, libraries, 15 student dorms, a nanotech laboratory and the afore-mentioned software industrial zone.
The university's lecturers include 190 professors and associate professors, 470 PhDs and 795 masters degree holders.
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