Joint postgraduate training program with Tay Do University (Can Tho)

Wednesday - 20/01/2016 22:49
On January 18th, Prof. Dr Nguyen Van Kim (Rector of USSH) met with representatives of the Board of Leaders of Tay Do University (Can Tho) to discuss about collaboration in postgraduate training.
Joint postgraduate training program with Tay Do University (Can Tho)
Joint postgraduate training program with Tay Do University (Can Tho)

At the meeting, the two universities discussed common issues related to collaborating in postgraduate training such as designing curricula, supplementary subjects and training expenses. Accordingly, USSH will support the training of masters of Science and Technology Management conducted by Tay Do University.

The admission process will be carried out in 2 stages. In stage 1, Tay Do University starts to admit students according to the requirements of Can Tho People’s Committee. Next, USSH will train the students so that they are able to meet the requirements for the postgraduate entrance examination. In stage 2, based on the existing agreements and the number of admitted students that have passed the examination, USSH will collaborate with Tay Do University to implement the master program in Science and Technology Management. The first examination is expected to be launched in September 2016.  

Prof. Dr Nguyen Van Kim takes a photo with the Board of Leaders of Tay Do University 

Previously, in October 2015, Prof. Dr Nguyen Van Khanh (former Rector of USSH) had a discussion with Tay Do University on this issue, in which the two sides also concluded a framework for training cooperation.

University of Social Sciences and Humanities currently has 61 postgraduate training programs (31 MA programs and 30 PhD programs) and the number is expected to rise in the future. The joint-program is a huge development in training high-quality human resources for the Southwest region.  

Author: Le Quang Minh

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