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Military Schools in Vietnam

How many Vietnamese military academies are there?

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  • Le Quy Don Technical University

    Established: 1966 Hanoi

    Le Quy Don Technical University or Le Quy Don University of Science and Technology (Vietnamese: Đại học Kỹ thuật L㪠Qu㽠Đã´n), founded 1966, is one of the largest technical universities in Vietnam which offers ...

  • Vietnam Naval Academy

    Established: 1955 Nha Trang

    Vietnam Naval Academy (Vietnamese: Học viện Hải Quan Việt Nam) is one of Vietnamese military academies belongs to Vietnam People's Navy for training naval commanding officers in division level and commanding staffs in tactical/campaign level, ...


Also in Vietnam

  • National Defense Academy of Vietnam
  • Vietnam Military Academy, Dalat
  • Vietnam Military Political Academy
  • Vietnam Air and Air Defense Forces Academy
  • Border Defense Force Academy
  • Military Academy of Logistics
  • Military Science Academy
  • Vietnam Military Medical Academy
  • Vietnam Coast Guard Academy
  • Tran Quoc Tuan Military University
  • Nguyen Hue Military University
  • Military Political University
  • Artillery Officers' School
  • School of Chemistry Officer
  • School of Information Officer
  • Army Engineers Officer School
  • Army Armor Branch Officer School
  • Tran Dai Nghia University
  • University of Military Culture and Arts
  • Vietnam Air Force Officer School
  • College of National Military Industry


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