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Huế University (Vietnamese: Đại học Huế) is a university located in Huế, the former imperial capital of Vietnam; it is one of the important regional universities of Vietnam. In Vietnam, universities are classified into three classes: national university (Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam National University, Hanoi), regional university (Thái Nguyên University, The University of Da Nang and Hue University) and university. Hue University is top 5 Vietnamese universities and top 350 universities in Asia according QS Ranking 2016.
Hue University, formerly known as The University of Hue, was initially established in March 1957. After the reunification of the country in 1975, independent universities were established in Hue on the basis of the existing faculties of The University of Hue. According to the Government Decree No. 30/ND-CP dated 4 April 1994, Hue University has been re-established by reorganizing all Hue-based universities. Hue University is responsible for training students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, conducting research and applying science and technology in a multitude of disciplines to serve the construction and development of the country in general and Central Vietnam and Western Highlands in particular.
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