The Faculty of Law

Choosing to study Law? Why not?

Recently in Vietnam, there has been a noticeable increase in the demand for lawyers and university enrollments have also been growing year-by-year, nationwide. Let’s find out more about why Law could be your best career decision! 


The Demand for Lawyers


Currently, due to extensive global economic integration, Law graduates are in great demand. All businesses must comply with both international and domestic laws, so trained lawyers have a wide range of career opportunities at home and abroad.

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DTU students in the Moot Court Room


What do Law students study?


In the first academic year, students acquire a basic knowledge of Psychology, Logic, Sociology, Vietnamese Culture and the History of World Civilization, to understand the legal implications on companies and staff. They also study subjects in common with students in other majors, such as English, Computer Science, Politics, National Defense Education and Physical Education.   


During their first three years, they will learn more about specialized legal topics, including:


- Civil Law

- Criminal Law

- Administrative Law

- Commercial Law


They will continue by studying Marriage & Family, Labor, Land, Environmental, Financial, Stock, Investment, Law of the Sea, Criminal Psychology and International Law, and special skills involving Procedural Law, Contract Drafting & Contract Disputes and Legal Documents. Taking advantage of class debates and oral exams, students will learn how to listen, respond and defend their positions.  


Students specializing in different legal fields will study different subjects, although the differences in Economic Law, Civil Law and Administrative Law are not significant. Consequently, a student majoring in Economic Law will still be able to consult in and plead criminal cases, and vice versa.


Moot courts and practical activities are interspersed between lectures to help students apply their knowledge and obtain a comprehensive perspective on their future careers aspirations. In the final year, successful students will be eligible to write a graduation thesis.


Are there any differences between Studying Law at DTU compared to other universities?

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Young, energetic Faculty of Law lecturers


Firstly, at DTU, Law graduates will be able to find well-paid employment more easily because of their extra foundation in English and Computer Science. They can also study Korean, Chinese and Japanese, to enable them to work for foreign businesses in Vietnam or overseas.


Secondly, DTU students always receive the full support of their enthusiastic lecturers, both young and older, who are always ready help them when needed. 


Thirdly, in addition to classes, DTU students engage in internships at law firms, courts, with defense lawyers, prosecutors and notaries on their path to full-time careers. 

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DTU students study in classrooms with the latest equipment


Finally, over the past 26 years, DTU has built an outstanding, modern infrastructure and facilities that fully meet requirements.

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One of DTU’s campuses


After graduation?


Law graduates will work as Lawyers, Notaries, Prosecutors, Court clerks, Judges, Lecturers, and so on.

For further information about Law Education at DTU, visit: or to learn more about 2020 admission procedures.

Academic Programs


  • Year of founding: 2017

    Address: Room 503, DTU Faculty of Law, 254 Nguyen Van Linh, Danang

    Tel: 0236.3650.403 (ext 503)



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