According to the Ministry of Justice, between now and 2020, Vietnam needs 13,000 more legal professionals, as well as 2,000 notaries and 3,000 clerks. Economic Law is becoming a top major, so search for “Required Vital Qualifications for Economic Law Graduates” to check if they match your ambitions and ability:
DTU students in the Moot Court Room
- Understand, apply and practice the basic policies of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Vietnam,
- Have a solid foundation of the specialized knowledge required to master Economic Law and begin your career; at the same time, develop a critical mindset and be prepared to continue your education and research studying for Master’s and PhD degrees.
- Have a strong knowledge of reasoning and Economic Law legal matters through practical application at the regional, national and international levels, particularly in Vietnam.
- Know how to conduct university research projects by learning, writing and defending a graduate thesis and become an expert.
- Advanced competencies in legal reasoning.
- The ability to provide legal counselling and resolve economic law issues.
- Advanced competencies in business legal consulting.
- The ability to investigate, negotiate, revise and classify legal documents and to draft economic contracts.
- Teamwork, communication and presentation skills.
- Proficiently in the use of office software and other specialized applications.
-Specialized English language competency.
c) Self-control and Responsibility
- Graduates should respect the law, have a sense of respect for social and professional morals and live responsibly for the good of themselves, their families and society.
- Possess a good sense of civic duty, be devoted to Vietnam and lead a healthy lifestyle consistent with national identity.
- Disciplined professionalism, continually learning to improve one’s expertise, creative in solving work-related issues, working well daily with colleagues and the community.
e) Foreign Language:
+ Speak fluent English and fully understand the documentation of Economic Law in English.
f) Economic Law degree - Career prospects
Below are some typical careers an Economic Law graduate can follow, and a review on additional law-related jobs and potential alternative legal careers.
Group 1: Working for Government agencies, including the Court; Procurement, the Police; Judicial Departments; the People’s Committee at the provincial, district and ward levels; the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Department of Industry and Trade; the Tax Bureau; Customs, and others.
Group 2: Working for law firms as attorneys; as legal consultants or as legal officers in banks, in domestic or foreign companies. Alternatively, graduates may continue to study law to higher levels.
Group 3: Working for educational institutions, including the Department of Education and Training, colleges, universities and research centers.
Group 4: Working for non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Not-For-Profit organizations or think tanks.
In 2015, DTU announced a new major in Economic Law to increase the supply of professionals in this field. Due to continuing heavy demand, the university will enroll even more students in 2018.
In 2018, DTU will award the following scholarships to the Economic Law applicants:
- Talent Scholarships, twenty per major, for applicants in Economic Law with a High School Graduation Exam three-course grade average of 24 or higher (full scholarship) or 22 or higher (partial scholarship).
- DTU scholarships, worth from 1 to 5 million vnd, for applicants in Economic Law with a High School Graduation Exam three-course grade average three points higher than the minimal admissions grade.
- Scholarships worth 500,000 to 2 million vnd, for applicants in Economic Law with a High School transcript of 22 or more.
- Scholarships for students from Gifted High Schools, worth 5 million vnd each for the first year, for all applicants in Economic Law with a High School Graduation Exam three-course grade average of 18 points or with a High School transcript of 22 points or more.
- Direct enrollment preferential scholarships, worth 5 million vnd each for the first year, for applicants in Economic Law who won consolation prizes in National Skilled Student contest, or a National Science & Technology contest.
Subjects for admissions:
High School Transcript
High Graduation Exam Grade
1. Maths, Physics, Chemistry
2. Maths, Physics, English
3. Literature, History, Geography
4. Literature, Maths English
1. Maths, Physics, Chemistry
2. Literature, History, Geography
4. Literature, Maths, Social Sciences
4. Literature, Maths, English
For further information about Economic Law at DTU, see: Major in Economic Law
Or please contact:
The DTU Enrolment Center at 254 Nguyen Van Linh, Danang
Hot line:1900.2252 - 0905.294390 - 0905.294391