Slogan: Intelligence, Unity, Civilisation, Sanitation and Eco-friendly
Vision: Specialisation: directing to reach other best universities; Localisation: striving to improve community member’s wellbeing; Globalisation: aiming at moving toward international standard.

The main role of Souphanouvong University is to develop better human resources in order to serve the needs of eco-social development as following:

  • To develop specialists and administrators based on human resources development goal, and promote scientific research aiming at improving knowledge and skills for social labour force;
  • To provide high-quality academic services to communities by involving the public and the private sectors in the university’s activities;
  • To protect and promote national art and culture while accepting fine and advanced culture of the world;
  • To make the university a hub of scientific information and technology resources

(E-learning, e-Library, and e-Government);

  • To provide higher education particularly diplomas, bachelors, masters and doctoral programmes to respond to the human resources development needs for the society both in quantity and quality;
  • To conduct scientific research and publicise research results;
  • To preserve and conserve the national culture, exchange and accept international cultures.
  • To provide academic services to society.



  • To develop education quality based on its vision and missions, Souphanouvong University has defined 6 strategies as below:
  1. Increasing and promoting students’ enrolment;
  2. Improving teaching and learning quality;
  3. Promoting scientific research and academic service;
  4. Developing administration and management system;
  5. Promoting international and internal cooperation;
  6. Expanding infrastructure and facilities;
  • A review of the SU’s 5-year development (2011-2015)
  • A brief report on the situations of the SU’s 5-year development (2011-2015)
  • A report on the achievement of the 5-year education development plan (2011-2015)
  • Enrolment opportunity plan;
  • Education quality development plan and consistency;
  • Curriculum development;
  • Teachers’ development;
  • Research;
  • Education quality assurance;
  • Administration and students’ affairs
  • Politics;
  • Planning and finance capacity building;
  • Accommodation management;
  • Students’ affairs;
  • International relations;
  • Vision in 2030, strategy in 2025 and SU’s development plan from 2016-2020;
  • References;
  • Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges in SU’s development;
  • Strengths;
  • Weaknesses;
  • Opportunities;
  • Challenges;
  • Vision in 2030, SU’s 10-year strategic development plan (2016-2025);
  • Vision;
  • Mission;
  • Strategic content;
  • Strategy 1: Increasing and promoting enrolment particular for female students and top-performing students;
  • Strategy 2: Developing and improving teaching-learning quality;
  • Strategy 3: Promoting scientific research and academic service;
  • Strategy 4: Developing administration, management and governance systems;
  • Strategy 5: Extending the infrastructure and facilities;
  • Strategy 6: Improving internal and international cooperation;
  • Implementation and evaluation;
  • Implementation methods;
  • Evaluation;
  • ADB Project
  • EDCF Project
  • KOICA Project