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Welcome to Faculty of Labor Relations & Trade Unions

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Welcome to Faculty of Labor Relations & Trade Unions

"If you would like to help an organization to manage staff or build an effective relationship between managers and employees for your future career, please register to apply for the Labor Relations Major of Ton Duc Thang University." 

        Labor relations is an attractive area of study related to human resource management, labor unions, labor law and labor economics. Researchers in this field have long been trained at prestigious universities in countries with advanced education programs such as the USA, Australia, Germany and Sweden. In Vietnam, Ton Duc Thang University is the first university to train in Labor Relations. The Faculty of Labor Relations and Trade Unions was established on October 15, 2009. The number of students enrolled in Labor Relations has increased over the years, and now the Faculty has trained 8 cohorts with nearly 1,000 students enrolled over that time. The training program is designed according to curricula from the top 100 of the world's labor relations schools, such as Cornell University, University of Illinois (USA), McGill (Canada), to give students an opportunity to study with a framework from the world's leading schools here in Vietnam.


I. Dean of the Faculty:

Nguyen Dinh Hoa, PhD.

II. Vice Dean of the Faculty:

Ha Thi La, M.A. 

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Featured Activities

1. Results of a survey of graduates of 4 cohorts have a 99.8% employment rate. Many graduates are currently in charge of recruiting staff, training, salary and welfare in large enterprises such as Ton Hoa Sen, Nova Feed, and the Ho Chi Minh City Post Office.
2. The program is designed according to the curricula of the top 100 schools in the world such as Cornell University, University of Illinois (USA), McGill (Canada). In particular, some subjects here are taught in English, helping students increase their English language skills.
3. The Faculty has signed long-term agreements with foreign lecturers from famous universities such as Cornell University, University of Illinois and Michigan State (USA) to teach.
4. During 4 years of study, students have the opportunity to participate in four times of internships, once each time, giving students additional practical experience.
5. The Faculty has links with 22 Federations of Labors and 52 businesses to introduce students to internships. Each year, the Faculty invites at least four HR Directors and Trade Union experts to share with students about the industry.

6. The Faculty is equipped with simulation rooms for students to practice activities for human resource management and union organization.
7. The Faculty creates conditions for students to collaborate with international professors and lecturers to implement academic research projects and topics. The Faculty will also provide university introductions to students wishing to study abroad after graduation.