SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Address: Campus II, Can Tho University, 3/2 Street, Ninh Kieu District, Can Tho City.
Telephone: 071.838 831
Previously the School of Economics and Agriculture, the School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) was established in 1995. Its mission is to offer undergraduate training programs in Economics; conduct economic research and provide consultation in macroeconomic planning for the region.
At present, the SEBA offers 8 undergraduate programs and 2 postgraduate programs.
Seminars in Agricultural Economics
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The SEBA structure
Leaders: 1 dean 2 vice deanss
The SEBA has 1 office, 3 departments and 1 center:
- Administrative office
- Department of General Economics
- Department of Business Administration and Marketing
- Department of Accounting, Finance and Banking
- Center for Agricultural Cooperative Administration Research and Rural Development.
Number of staff: 73
- Doctors: 4
- Masters: 33
- Bachelors: 36
- Other: 1
Number of students: 5,375
- Regular students: 2,285
- In-service students: 3,042
- Postgraduate students: 48
2. Finance and Credit
3. Micro Finance
4. Business Administration
5. Agricultural Economics and Rural
6. Business Marketing
7. Business Tourism and services
8. Foreign Trade
1. Business Administration
2. Agricultural Economics
The SEBA conducts research in the following fields:
- Macroeconomic planning for Ke Sach, My Tu, Thanh Tri, Nga Nam Districts- Hau Giang Province.
- The organization of the liberalized rice market in Vietnam.
- constructing patterns of rice and shrimp cultivation in Bac Lieu.
- Transforming miscellaneous gardens into specialized cultivation gardens.
- Measures to enhance the economic effectiveness of farmers.
- Measures to increase income for the farming households.
- Economic ineffiency and its determinants of pig industry in South Vietnam.
- Investment of rice mills in Vietnam: The role of finacial market imperfections and uncertainty.
- Supply response of rice in Vietnam.
In addition, the College collaborates with other universities inside and outside of Vietnam on several projects like:
- The income issues of farmers in the Mekong Delta.
- The issues in farming production in the Mekong Delta.
- Marketing of beer, beverages, tobacco, chemical cleansers, and detergents.
- IRRI institute, FAO, the U.S, Thailand, Australia, Japan, the Philippines.
- Universities: Groningen University, Wageningen University, Hogeschool van Utrecht, Hanzehogeschol van Groningen (the MHO2 project, the Netherlands), ISS.
- Universities: Ghent University, Antwerp University, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (the VLIR program, Belgium), Saint Louis University, Benguet State University (The Philippines)
- Georgetown University, Delaware University (U.S.).
- AIT – Thailand, UPLB Philippines, Bangkok University.
- SAV (Switzerland).
- The World Bank (the VIE/96/005 project).
- Agricultural Cooperative Program, Spain
- Improving staff qualifications in different ways, including sending them for advanced education and training, participating in workshops and seminars to enhance their professional knowledge, and inviting visiting scholars to assist with teaching.
- Continuing to develop the School’s curriculum, courses content and teaching methodologies to enhance the graduates’ qualifications to the international and regional level.
- Collaborating with the provinces in the Mekong region to resolve real-life business and manufacturing, small medium enterprises, household farming, environmental problems; expanding international relationships to increase the amount and sources of research funding.
- Welcoming research requests from businesses to create opportunities for students to solve practical problems that can provide them with essential skills and knowledge before graduation.
- Appling EFQM for management of SEBA.