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Da Nang City Leader Congratulates DTU on Vietnam Teachers’ Day

On November 17, a delegation, led by Danang Party Committee Secretary Nguyen Van Quang, visited DTU to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Vietnam Teachers’ Day. 
Lãnh d?o Thành ph? tham và chúc m?ng Ð?i h?c Duy Tân nhân ngày Nhà giáo Vi?t Nam
Party Secretary Nguyen Van Quang presents flowers to DTU leaders and lecturers
Also attending were Danang Department of Education and Training Director, Ms. Le Thi Bich Thuan; Mr. Tran Thang Loi, Secretary of the Hai Chau District Party Committee and other members. 
Dr. Vo Thanh Hai, DTU Vice-Provost, presented a brief update on education, management and enrollment at DTU, and on recounted some remarkable, recent achievements, including:
- Ranked in the top 500 of the world’s best universities in 2023 and in the top 100 in Asia in 2022, by Times Higher Education 
- Ranked 145 in Asia and 801-1000 in the world in 2023, by QS
- The second university in Vietnam to obtain American ABET accreditation and the first in Vietnam to be accredited by UNWTO TedQual 
- Ranked in the top 107 universities worldwide in 2022, by THE
Lãnh d?o Thành ph? tham và chúc m?ng Ð?i h?c Duy Tân nhân ngày Nhà giáo Vi?t Nam
Party Secretary Nguyen Van Quang  speaks
Party chief Quang presented flowers and hoped that the university will adhere to its traditions, further develop its level and brand, while continuing to contribute to the development of the education and economic development in Danang.
“I was delighted to hear the report on your performance over the years,” said Secretary Nguyen Van Quang. “The city leadership and I always follow the development of the university closely and we’re especially happy that DTU’s recent results and achievements confirm its position and international recognition. These achievements may not be the final criteria but prove the quality of this private university in the current challenging environment. Most important are the efforts made by the university’s leadership, staff and lecturers to bring DTU to such prominent levels in the world rankings. Twenty-eight years is not really a long time for a university, but in the field of education, DTU has been one of the first private Vietnamese institutions to develop thus far. These achievements are not just about branding, but they are attributes that promote the extremely high spiritual and material values at the university, in the city and local education. I hope in the near future that DTU will continue to report even greater progress.”
(Media Center)