Studying and Living in Danang

Duy Tan University is located in the centre of Danang, the third largest city in Vietnam, with a population of 887,000 total area of 1,255 km2. Danang borders Thua Thien Hue Province to the North, Quang Nam to the South and the Pacific Ocean to the East. Recently Danang has come under the direct management of the Central Government of Vietnam.

The Danang area comprises diverse geographical features, such as plains, mountains, forests, rivers, the ocean and islands and is situated 764 kms south of Hanoi and 964 km north of Ho Chi Minh City, with easy access to an international airport, seaports, railways and national highways. Students coming to Duy Tan will experience all the benefits of a rapidly developing and exciting new city.

Newcomers will find a city endowed with some of the finest culture and scenery that Vietnam has to offer. Two of the four UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites of Vietnam are located nearby, the ancient town of Hoi An, with its many well-preserved Japanese and Chinese houses and Vietnamese temples, pagodas and houses is a 30 minute drive and My Son, with its complex of ancient Champa architecture, is just 60 minutes from Danang.

Duy Tan University is located at the foot of a range of high inland mountains and, on the ocean, 11kms south, lie the small, distinctive Marble Mountains. The five peaks were named by a king of the Nguyen Dynasty after the essential elements of the universe. Here, students can visit the Tam Thai, Tu Tam and Linh Ung Pagodas, the Phu Dong Tower, and the mysterious Huyen Khong and Tang Chon caves.

Close to the DTU campus, students can enjoy the famous, beautiful Xuan Thieu, My Khe, My An, Non Nuoc beaches. They will live and study in an environment combining unique educational, cultural and recreational facilities with an exceptional quality of life.