JULY 15 - UEF and Ming Chi University of Technology - Taiwan (MCUT) both expressed their mutual interest in promoting academic curricula, development, integration, and innovation in the coming academic years.
The meeting welcomed Dr. Nhan Cam Tri – Vice President & Dean, Faculty of Economics, Dr. Do Huu Nguyen Loc – Vice President & Director, UEF International Institute, Dr. Ly Thien Trang – Vice President, Dr. Nguyen Thi Lan – Vice Dean, Faculty of International Languages and Cultures, Ms. Huynh Tu Anh – Deputy Director, UEF International Institute, Mr. Vu Anh Sao – Vice Dean, Faculty of Law, and Mr. Luu Hoang Thien Minh – Vice Dean, Faculty of Business Administration.
The Signing marked a strong relationship between UEF and the Ming Chi University of Technology
Dr. Kelly Chen – Associate Professor and Director of the IMBA Graduate Program, and Dr. Dee Do – Assistant Professor, represented the Ming Chi University of Technology.
Dr. Do Huu Nguyen Loc shared UEF’s overview
To begin, Dr. Do Huu Nguyen Loc expressed his appreciation for the presence of representatives from the partner university. He also introduced a variety of UEF’s programs, particularly prestigious international programs, which broaden numerous study opportunities for students.
Additionally, Dr. Kelly Chen shared key information about the Ming Chi University of Technology and hoped to build a sustainable relationship with UEF to run beneficial programs for UEF students.
Dr. Kelly Chen expressed the aspiration to build a sustainable relationship with UEF.
The partnership with the Ming Chi University of Technology opens up opportunities for UEF to develop and improve teaching quality, build the best learning environment for students, and diversify its study programs. Through the mutual agreement, MCUT will support UEF in implementing the international programs, offering students fully-funded postgraduate and 3+1 programs in Taiwan. Accommodation expenses during these study programs will also be covered for outstanding students. Launch is expected to take place by the end of this year.
Representatives from the two parties signed the MOU
Ming Chi University of Technology is considered one of the best universities in Taiwan in technology. Currently, all of its faculties are approved by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). MCUT’s international degrees and education system are in accordance with international standards.
Representatives from the two institutions discussed the programs in detail
After discussing, UEF and MCUT representatives came to the signing, making both sides’ cooperative relationship officially fostered to the fullest.
News: Nguyen Le
Photos: The Thang