DTU Enrolls PhD Students in Accountancy and Master’s Degree Candidates in Finance & Banking

In late 2013, DTU became the first and the only private university to be approved to offer Ph.D. courses in Business Administration and Computer Science. DTU is now offering a Doctoral program in Accountancy and a Master’s degree program in Finance & Banking to meet increasing demands in the Central Region.
DTU collaborates with universities worldwide to offer students the most advanced academic programs and Ph.D. and Master’s degree candidates in Business Administration sharing courses with Pennsylvania State University (PSU), one of the five top universities in Economics & Business Management in the USA.

DTU admits Ph.D. candidates according to the following MOET regulations. Students must have graduated with honors or completed a Master’s degree, published one paper or report related to their proposed field of research in a peer-reviewed scientific journal or conference proceedings within the past three years, and scored 45 or higher in TOEFL or 5.0 or higher in IELTS from an authorized Vietnamese or international testing center during the last two years.
DTU grants diplomas to new graduates 

DTU admits only highly-qualified research students and offers them a comprehensive, international training program. They complete six courses (three compulsory and three selective), prepare a general report, complete three doctoral research projects and write a thesis. They will also teach undergraduate and graduate courses and present their latest research at national and international conferences. All research students will have access to online information resources, such as IEEE, Springer and Proquest. Ph.D. Accounting candidates can begin to apply in October 2017.
DTU currently offers four Master’s degree programs, in Computer Science (MS), Business Administration (MBA), Accounting (MAcc) and Civil Engineering (MSCIE). 
Ph.D. candidates will be supervised by at least two professors from American universities and DTU faculty. Master’s candidates will be taught by experts in Finance & Banking, who will also help them with their theses. These candidates must take three entrance tests in Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory and English on July 14th and 15th.

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