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Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology

Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh

The University of Adelaide (Australia)



Established in 1874, located in the city of Adelaide, South Australia

State-owned, diversified in major, has various campuses, belong to Group of Eight (Go8)- top 8 leading Australian universities.

Trained five of the eight Australian scientists who won the Nobel Prize and the first astronauts of Australia.

Scale: nearly 20,000 students (of which there are about 4,000 students from 88 countries), over 2,400 faculty andstaff.

Slogan: “Light of learning under the cross.”

Affiliation programs: engineering, computing and mathematics, in North Terrace campus


Build upon tradition and pursue innovation, through researching and teaching in various majors

Develop internationally and pursue financial stability

Provide a vibrant, intellectual environment for staffs and students.

Ability to apply technical knowledge to solve  petroleum engineering problems

Ability to integrate with modern technology in the field.

Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

Ability to work in groups and interact with colleagues and public in a professional, ethical and safe way.


More than 120 graduate programs and more than 200 graduate programs.

Affiliation programs with Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (Bach khoa) (Ho Chi Minh University of Technology): Petroleum, Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Chemical Engineering.



University of Adelaide gives students a wide selection of accommodation depend on financial ability of each person, including: student residences, dormitories…

In addition, the centres such as health, career, professional development, sport centres always support for studenst life

Accommodation: Adelaide university is located in theWest End of the city and the college residence

See details at: http://adelaide.edu.au/accommodation.

Living expenses: averagely 12,000 AUD per year (excluding insurance and security charges), less than the 18 percent compared to Sydney 17 percent to Melbourne.