Exchanging cooperation opportunities with Kunshan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

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(TVU)On July 23, a delegation from Kunshan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, led by Mr. Phung Khoi Hong, Head of the International Office, visits and exchanges cooperation opportunities in education and training with Tra Vinh University.

Accompanying the delegation are Ms. Ngo Di Phuong, Deputy Head of the International Office; Prof. Diep Ai Hue, a lecturer from the Faculty of Culture and Tourism; Ms. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Mai, Assistant from the Southward Office.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Minh Hoa, Rector of Tra Vinh University, expresses his delight at the Kunshan University of Science and Technology visit and the opportunity to discuss collaboration in education and training at Tra Vinh University.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Minh Hoa hopes that the proposals and contributions will lay the foundation for building a long-term relationship between the two institutions, thereby enhancing the quality of education and facilitating faculty and student exchanges through study abroad programs in Taiwan.

Representing Kunshan University of Science and Technology, Mr. Phung Khoi Hong shares that after more than 50 years of development, the university has become one of the leading universities in Taiwan with numerous outstanding strengths. It has over 10,000 students and offers more than 60 diverse training programs in various fields, including economics, management, engineering, IT, health, materials science, and biology, attracting many international students from Vietnam, China, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, etc.

Mr. Phung Khoi Hong highly appreciates the training programs of Tra Vinh University, especially those accredited by international educational institutions such as FIBAA, AUN-QA, and ABET. He also thanks Tra Vinh University for creating conditions for Kunshan University of Science and Technology to become an educational partner. On this occasion, he invites Tra Vinh University and its member colleges from the Association of Vietnamese Community Colleges to visit Kunshan University of Science and Technology in the near future.

During the exchange, both universities propose and contribute ideas to promote collaboration in education. They discuss academic exchanges and support for teaching programs to strengthen cooperation and research development.

In particular, Kunshan University of Science and Technology plans to establish a Chinese Language Center with an office at Tra Vinh University, exchanging ideas on the 2+2 joint training programs, which are aligned with the curriculum and students’ interests and demands, meeting the needs of the labor market.

Regarding the 2+2 joint training program, Mr. Phung Khoi Hong adds that it is designed for regular students majoring in the same field at both universities. Students will be trained for 2 years at Tra Vinh University and another 2 years at Kunshan University of Science and Technology. Upon meeting the training requirements of both institutions, students will be awarded parallel degrees, one from Tra Vinh University and one from Kunshan University of Science and Technology.

By TD