In the afternoon of January 16, students from University of Gloucestershire (United Kingdom) – UEF’s strategic partners had an international academic exchange program with UEF students.
This is an opportunity for UoG students to learn more about UEF and take part in discussing the topic about the “Overview of Vietnam Education and Finance”.
Students from Gloucestershire University presented at UEF in the afternoon of January 16.
Not only impressed by the modern and friendly learning environment at UEF, UoG students also highly appreciated the International Academic Exchange program for providing the knowledge of Vietnamese education and economy.
Director of UEF Institute of International Education offered flowers and gifts to the representatives from Gloucestershire University.
After this trip, Academic course leader Accounting Undergraduate Programmes of University of Gloucestershire – Mr. Charles Afriyie shared that: “The exchange program with UEF was cleverly organized. The academic and practical content of the program are closely linked to each other. This brings amazing knowledge, skills, and experiences for students from both universities.”
Academic course leader Accountingundergraduateprogrammes of University of Gloucestershire – Mr. Charles Afriyie – praised the education environment at UEF.
Students from both universities excitedly discussed during the exchange program.
Bonding in engaging activities
The International academic exchange program between UEF and UoG is one of various popular international exchange programs which are held annually. Equivalent events of this are the academic exchange program with University of Pittsburgh (America), University of Bangkok (Thailand), etc.
UEF and University of Gloucestershire signed an education cooperating contract in October 2016. With this agreement, UEF now offers students many international study programs. These include practical academic programs such as international exchange, transfer programs, double degree programs, and many chances for a full cooperation in education.
By: Ha Tran
Photos: Tan Cao