Financial Modeling is designed specifically for students studying Finance. It aims to provide practical relevance and real-world application to finance concepts. Adopting a problem-solving approach, it focuses on computational issues in corporate finance, asset portfolios and stock options. The areas covered by the course include application of net present valuation approach, capital cost estimation, financial statement forecasting, asset and option pricing, portfolio optimization. The course intends to provide students with theories and modelling skills required for financial decision making in business and management and also enable students mastering the quantitative skills and computation techniques required to solve practical problems.
Quantitative tools are used more and more to support managers’ decision making, especially in this age of Information Technology. This course aims at providing students the basic skills needed to effectively and efficiently work with quantitative tools, specifically the ability to analyze, organize, design, and use spreadsheet tools and models in solving a variety of problems such as accounting, financial, or managerial problems. The primary goal of the course is to encourage a more disciplined thinking process in the way students approach situations. The secondary goal is to help students using quantitative tools and relevant modeling practices to support the decision makers
This subject aims to introduce students to the study of the economy as a whole and to the economic way of thinking. It provides the students with macroeconomic concepts, basic models and the institutional policy framework so they could identify and analyze macroeconomic problems and justify policy responses to those problems.
The purpose of this course is to fill a need in providing planning approaches and guidelines for the integrated and sustainable development of tourism. It examines tourism planning at all levels from the macro to micro and includes approaches that are applicable to both more or less developed countries. Students are expected to gain a comprehensive understanding into development of this sector in planned and controlled manner that optimizes benefits while preventing any serious problems. While international best practices in tourism planning and policy making are examined, tourism development planning projects in Viet Nam will be presented substantially in order to enhance studentsâ€™ practical capability. The course is divided into 4 parts, including general knowledge on tourism planning; planning at national, regional and destination levels, implementation of tourism development strategies and plans.
The purpose of this course is to give students a good insight into the background of the industry and the services provided by travel agencies. A wide range of discussion topics includes types of travel agencies and their services, technology, skill, finance, insurance and travel requirements. While international best practices in travel agency management and operation are examined, the travel industry and tour operations in Viet Nam will be discussed substantially in order to enhance students’ practical capability.
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of entrepreneurship in the tourism and hospitality industry. The entrepreneur engages in several processes in conceptualising, developing and operating a new business venture. An understanding of these processes is essential to any budding entrepreneur who will be required to source finances for the venture, select a site location and plan for the successful operation of the new business. In this subject, students will be required to developed and defense their group tourism business plan.
Faculty of Management and Tourism is a new faculty of Hanoi University (HANU). Established in 2002, the Faculty now has grown to one of the biggest units in the university with more than 1200 full time undergraduate students enrolled. Currently, the Faculty is offering four undergraduate programs:
Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Management)
Bachelor of Tourism Management
Bachelor of Finance and Banking
Bachelor of Accounting
These programs together with Bachelor of International Studies from Faculty of International Studies and Bachelor of Computer Science from the Computer Science Department - are the only formal undergraduate programs in Vietnam in which English is used as a language of instruction and assessment for all subjects.
Faculty of Management and Tourism
Room 201, Building C
Km 9 Nguyen Trai Road
Thanh Xuan, Hanoi
Tel: 84 (4) 5 533 560
Fax: 84 (4) 8 544 550
Our mission is to establish an internationally recognized standard in learning, teaching and researching that will best serve Vietnam in the process of restructuring, renovating and integrating into the regional and world economy. The mission is supported by a commitment to change for continuous improvement in quality, effectiveness and efficiency of all areas of the Faculty.
We also strive for a culture of high professionalism, commitment and value appreciation.
WHAT WE DO
We are confident in saying that we are working on creating a teaching and learning environment of the highest quality in Vietnam, ensuring exposure to current developments and trends and anticipation and adjustment to changes. You can be assured that the Faculty will offer you the most updated information and state-of-the-art education services. We, teachers will be available at any time to provide you with further help and assistance. We are always open to initiatives, suggestions and recommendations.
We are proud that we attract high-performing and high-achieving students who are characterized by their intelligence and energy as well as a drive to make their mark in the world. We hold high expectation of you in regards to your ethical and academic performance. We expect to develop in you an industrial working attitude, with strict respect to time and workload requirements.
Interaction with business community
Interaction with the local and international business community is also essential to the Faculty. We are building strong links with the professions, industries, schools, community groups and local government to ensure practical knowledge and useful experiences are passed on to our subjects and students. Many of our lecturers will come from governing boards of professional bodies, government agencies, community organisations and business networking groups to provide their technical expertise to our students through lecturing, consulting and researching. Our staff also will be available to the media to offer their expert knowledge on relevant contemporary issues.
Curriculum & Courses
We are now offering courses in Business Administration (majoring in Financial management), Finance and Banking, Accounting and Tourism Management. These courses are supported by wide range specialized subjects across the disciplines of management, accounting, marketing, finance, economics, law, legal studies, business law, international studies and tourism. The curriculum is at the cutting edge of knowledge, incorporating the latest developments and trends in both curriculum content and design. These novel courses are to equip our students with knowledge and practical skills to help them gain professional qualifications, further their educational and research opportunities, and achieve their career aspirations.
We provide an exciting campus based environment, which is committed to providing cultural and intellectual stimulation. Students have the opportunity to attend lectures by international speakers and participate in a variety of extracurricular activities. Participation in a variety of clubs representing all interests and profession is encouraged.