Explore Our Yangon Campus in Myanmar

Yangon is Myanmar’s main center for trade, industry, real estate, media, entertainment and tourism. The city represents about one fifth of the national economy, and with a population of over 5 million people, it remains the largest city and main economic hub of Myanmar.
The city has a unique colonial-era urban core that is remarkably intact, and hosts the largest number of colonial-era buildings in Southeast Asia. The colonial-era commercial core is centred around the Sule Pagoda, which is reputed to be over 2,000 years old. The city is also home to the gilded Shwedagon Pagoda – Myanmar’s most sacred Buddhist pagoda.
Our Yangon campus is located in the Dagon Township, home to some of the most prominent places of the city, including the great Shwedagon Pagoda, the Maha Wizaya Pagoda, the National Museum, the National Theater and the Yangon Region Hluttaw (Parliament). Many hotels, embassies and diplomatic residences are located in this prosperous township, as well.
Yangon is Myanmar’s main center for trade, industry, real estate, media, entertainment and tourism. The city represents about one fifth of the national economy, and with a population of over 5 million people, it remains the largest city and main economic hub of Myanmar.
The city has a unique colonial-era urban core that is remarkably intact, and hosts the largest number of colonial-era buildings in Southeast Asia. The colonial-era commercial core is centred around the Sule Pagoda, which is reputed to be over 2,000 years old. The city is also home to the gilded Shwedagon Pagoda – Myanmar’s most sacred Buddhist pagoda.
Our Yangon campus is located in the Dagon Township, home to some of the most prominent places of the city, including the great Shwedagon Pagoda, the Maha Wizaya Pagoda, the National Museum, the National Theater and the Yangon Region Hluttaw (Parliament). Many hotels, embassies and diplomatic residences are located in this prosperous township, as well.
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At least 14 light industrial zones ring Yangon,[76] directly employing over 150,000 workers in 4,300 factories in early 2010
Yangon was the capital of Myanmar until it was superseded by Naypyidaw in November 2005
The city is the centre of Myanmar’s garment industry, which has exported over US$292 million during the last decade.
Yangon boasts the largest number of colonial-era buildings in Southeast Asia
Over 9 of the most remarkable Buddhist Pagodas are located in Yangon.
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At least 14 light industrial zones ring Yangon,[76] directly employing over 150,000 workers in 4,300 factories in early 2010
Yangon was the capital of Myanmar until it was superseded by Naypyidaw in November 2005
The city is the centre of Myanmar’s garment industry, which has exported over US$292 million during the last decade.
Yangon boasts the largest number of colonial-era buildings in Southeast Asia
Over 9 of the most remarkable Buddhist Pagodas are located in Yangon.
#ACityOfPagodas
In Yangon you will find many notorius and astonishing Pagodas. People like to spend time on Pagodas: They hang out, pray or just relax on the floor. Even the Sule Pagoda is not only a historical and religious landmark. It is also an important navigational landmark, as all roads seem to lead to it.
#ACityOfPagodas
In Yangon you will find many notorius and astonishing Pagodas. People like to spend time on Pagodas: They hang out, pray or just relax on the floor. Even the Sule Pagoda is not only a historical and religious landmark. It is also an important navigational landmark, as all roads seem to lead to it.
#ACityOfPagodas
In Yangon you will find many notorius and astonishing Pagodas. People like to spend time on Pagodas: They hang out, pray or just relax on the floor. Even the Sule Pagoda is not only a historical and religious landmark. It is also an important navigational landmark, as all roads seem to lead to it.