FEBRUARY 27 - UEF International Institute had a working session with BPP University, UK. During the conference, representatives of both institutions discussed potential international collaborative programs.
Delegates from UEF and BPP University discussed potential collaborations
On behalf of UEF, there were Dr. Do Huu Nguyen Loc – Vice President & Director, UEF International Institute; Ms. Huynh Tu Anh – Deputy Director, UEF International Institute; and Ms. Chu Ngoc Anh Thu – Staff of UEF International Institute.
Representing BPP University, there was Ms. Maggie Yeong – Student Recruitment Manager APAC, along with the staff in Vietnam.
UEF presented gifts to academic partner
At the beginning of the working session, UEF’s representatives conveyed greetings and provided an outline of UEF as well as other partnership prospects with BPP.
In response, Ms. Maggie Yeong briefly introduced BPP’s education programs. According to the representatives of BPP, their university always aims to expand international corporations. Also, BPP recognizes a great deal of potential in Asia in general, particularly in Vietnam.
The two parties proposed cooperating on articulation programs, allowing students to complete their third (2+2), final year (3+1), or 4+0 degree programs at a partner university, with a priority in Law, and exchange students, faculty members.
Both parties discussed articulation programs, with a focus on the Law aspect
As the first private university, BPP University London was established in 2007 in the city of London, United Kingdom. The university has campuses in Manchester, Leeds, Cambridge, Birmingham, and Bristol. BPP places a strong emphasis on creating groups of courses in administration, finance, and law that all meet rigorous British certification standards, etc.
The meeting laid a solid foundation for future collaborations, paving the way for students from both institutions to emerge in an international academic environment.