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Banking Training School (BTS), former Training Center of State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), was established in April 2007. Since October 2008, BTS has been upgraded from a training center to an agency under SBV. BTS organize nearly 100 training courses each year for 2,500-3,000 staff of SBV. The number of courses held has been increasing over years with the training content being more and more diversified, covering almost all the fields of SBV’s operation..

Foreign Trade University, or FTU, is a university established in 1960, located in Hanoi, Vietnam. FTU is among the most well-known universities in Vietnam, covering a wide range of business courses among which are finance, management, and marketing. Students from FTU are recognised as being active and well-qualified.  It has both undergraduate and graduate programs for foreign students.  The university also has campuses in Ho Chi Minh City and Ha Long – Quang Ninh.

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SABS is a company founded in Switzerland, Canton of Zürich, July 2007. SABS AG is a Swiss Company developing content to serve Asian Companies. The Swiss headquartered company owns Asian subsidiaries in Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Hong Kong and China. Through these satellites it provides its services and products to companies, organizations and individuals.

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UBIS is centered in Geneva, Switzerland, arguably one of the most influential business capitals of the world. UBIS is recognized by the Department of Public Instruction in Geneva as a university able to grant Bachelors and Masters Degrees. UBIS receiverd its Eduqua Certification in July of 2009, which allows them to be registered with Swiss International Schools. UBIS has also joined International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education and UBIS students will also receive Regional Ameracan Accrediation from Middle States.

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