• Academy of Journalism and Communications

    The Academy of Journalism and Communications was established on January 16, 1962, originated from the Party Central Committee’s School for Popularization and Education. The academy is a key institution offering training for officials and lecturers in political theory, press-communications and ideology-culture as well as other social sciences and humanities.

  • Academy of Politics Region IV

    Set up in 2006, the Academy of Politics Region IV provides political theory training courses for key Party and State leaders and officials as well as those in charge of political theory.

  • Academy of Politics Region III

    The Academy of Politics Region III acts as a centre for the research of Marxist-Leninist Theory and Ho Chi Minh Thought, the guidelines and policies of the Party and the State, as well as political science.

  • Academy of Politics Region II

    The Academy of Politics Region II was founded in 1949. Its forerunner was the Southern Party School (Truong Chinh School). The academy is a training centre for key leaders and management officials and political theory and public administration researchers of the Party and the State as well as officials of socio-political organizations at district level and higher levels.

  • Academy of Politics Region I

    The Academy of Politics Region I was established in 1953 from Party schools in the region. Set up in the resistance war against French colonialists, the academy was initially tasked with training district-level officials for the Party and the State, serving the resistance war and the national construction. Today, it has become a centre for training leaders and management officials of the Party, the State and socio-political organizations in northern localities, as well as central agencies and sectors under the arrangement of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics.

  • Member Academies

    The Academy of Politics Region I was established in 1953 from Party schools in the region. Set up in the resistance war against French colonialists, the academy was initially tasked with training district-level officials for the Party and the State, serving the resistance war and the national construction. Today, it has become a centre for training leaders and management officials of the Party, the State and socio-political organizations in northern localities, as well as central agencies and sectors under the arrangement of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics.

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