Master in Hanoi Vietnam

Top Masters Programs in Hanoi Vietnam 2017/2018

Master

If you are looking for an exotic and exciting location for your graduate study, then consider a Master in Hanoi. Hanoi has a long and rich history that is still evident in so many ways, even among the modernity and development. The people of Hanoi are said to be warm, welcoming, and gentle, and believe that consideration of others should be put over that of oneself. Students that choose a Master in Hanoi can enjoy the many world-class museums, historical and cultural sites, art galleries, temples, parks, and even the puppet theater.

Hanoi is the center for education in Vietnam. It has a long history of education and is the location of the first Westernized universities in Indochina. Students can choose Master in Hanoi programs like engineering, business, marketing, economics, and finance, among several others. Master in Hanoi programs also offer full-time and part-time study options. Studying in Hanoi is an excellent opportunity for personal, intellectual, and cultural growth to become a well-rounded professional.

Take a look through the Master in Hanoi programs below and you may find your education waiting for you!

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Master of Software Engineering (MSE)

FPT University
Campus Full time 18 months December 2017 Vietnam Hanoi

Learn how to plan, implement, monitor and control software projects with issues related to cost, budget, resources, time, quality and customer satisfaction. [+]

Master of Software Engineering (MSE)

“Learn how to plan, implement, monitor and control software projects with issues related to cost, budget, resources, time, quality and customer satisfaction.“

PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Name: Master of Software Engineering (MSE) Validated/ Awarded by: FPT University Vietnam Type of Course: Degree-awarded program Duration: 1.5 Years (3 semesters) Intake: June | December Accreditation: Globally-accepted | Including 6 professional certifications (TOGAF, PMP, etc.) Tuition fee: 8,000 USD (Total)

This program is designed to bring the benefits of modern technology and high quality graduate-level instruction to engineers/scientists/technologists interested in furthering their skills in the following areas:... [-]


Master of Project Management in Construction

Asian Institute of Technology
Campus Part time 1 year July 2018 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Hanoi + 1 more

The Asian Institute of Technology promotes technological change and sustainable development in the Asian-Pacific region through higher education, research and outreach. Established in Bangkok in 1959, AIT has become [+]

The Asian Institute of Technology promotes technological change and sustainable development in the Asian-Pacific region through higher education, research and outreach. Established in Bangkok in 1959, AIT has become a leading regional postgraduate institution and is actively working with public and private sector partners throughout the region and with some of the top universities in the world. The Project Management in Construction field of study trains professionals to play a leading role in the international construction industry. It molds students to become active leaders in the construction industry and large construction project. The program prepares for students: - To become outstanding managers and decision-makers familiar with the modern techniques of construction management, engineering management and infrastructure management - To more competent and capable to manage international large construction projects - To be able to assist the corporation to install and develop project management system in a company Main Features of the Program One year professional AIT Master’s degree. Credits can be accumulated during four years Certificate course works International field trip to the large construction sites in the region Study language: English. Program Structure AIT Professional Master Program is designed for those engineers who cannot leave their work while following a master program. The program is conducted in one year. To complete the master program, participants need to complete 11 courses and 1 project report with total 33 credits. In the first two semesters, students will take basic and advanced courses selected in consultation with an academic/thesis advisor from among... [-]