Nursing falls under health care in the health systems of Vietnam and the world. It is an independent profession that collaborates with doctors, pharmacists, technicians, and other components of the health system to provide health care for individuals, families, communities, and society.
Thang Long University is the first non-public institution in the country to train Bachelor of Nursing as of the academic year 2006-2007. With a team of high-quality lecturers, modern infrastructure, state-of-the-art equipment, and reputable internship units, graduates have been highly evaluated by domestic and international healthcare organizations. The nursing program, in addition to patient care, also focuses on nurses' communication skills with patients, foreign languages (English), and other soft skills.
With the focus on associating training with the application of the nursing training program, after completing 4 years of study, nursing graduates will:
- Have a deep understanding of fundamental science and medicine as well as extensive specialized knowledge to solve nursing-related problems
- Be proficient in the implementation of nursing procedures in patient care
- Have a good command of foreign languages and information technology for work
- Have skills in communication, teamwork, nursing leadership management, problem detection and solving, critical thinking, and creativity.
- Having professional ethics, respecting the law, and being responsible to society and the environment.
Embryonic Tissues - Genetics
Chemistry - Biochemistry
Pathophysiology - Immunology
Internal Disease Nursing
Surgical Disease Nursing
Obstetrics and Gynaecology Nursing
Emergency Resuscitation Nursing
Infectious Disease Nursing
Advanced Internal Disease Nursing
Advanced Surgical Disease Nursing
Advanced Pediatric Nursing
Advanced Obstetrics and Gynaecology Nursing
Post-graduation Job Opportunities
- Nurses or chief nurses at public health facilities at central to local levels, private health facilities, international hospitals, public hospitals, etc. Nurses can also work in some high-demand countries such as Japan and Germany.
- Teaching and research: Nurses can pursue a career in teaching and research at universities and medical research institutes.
- Consultants and trainers: There are opportunities to become consultants and trainers, assist in the training and skills development of new nurses, or provide expert advice to health organizations and governments.
- In addition, nurses can pursue a master's degree or doctoral degree in nursing or study in-depth majors in health sciences. First-level Nursing Specialists and Second-level Nursing Specialists