External relations

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In Vietnam, the Faculty has relations with universities such as the Ho Chi Minh USSH, University of Labor and Social Affairs, Hanoi Law Univeristy, Hanoi University of Education, with government agencies such as the Institute of Psychology, the Institute of Social sciences and Humanities-Ministry of National Defense, Military Technology Academy, Institute for Mental health - Bach Mai Hospital, VASS) and other organizations such as the Association of business administrators. These relations help the Faculty employ skilled visiting lecturers in training activities, and also help the Faculty's students find job and internship opportunities in credited domestic organizations.

At the international level, the Faculty has relations with University of Toulous II - Jean Jaures (France), Gdansk University (Poland), Campinas University (Brazil), Aix-Marseille University (France), Olso General University (Norway), Lenin Pedagogical University (Russia), etc.  

In particular, the Faculty has shared 20 years of cooperation with the psychologists from Toulouse II University with the assistance of the Francophonie University Association (AUF), the French embassy to Vietnam, and Association for the Development of Education and Psychology in Southeast Asia (ADEPASE). The joint program between USSH and the French psychologists started in 1995 and focuses on training practical Vietnamese psychologists specializing in Child Psychology and Clinical Psychology. Through this cooperation, trans-cultural studies are produced and a network of child and adolescent clinical psychological practitioners in Hanoi.

The result of this cooperation is the introduction of the major of Clinical Psychology in French in October, 2001, a feature of the Faculty that is different from other Psychology programs offered by other higher education institutions in Vietnam. Therefore, it can be said that the Faculty is the pioneer in training clinical psychology at university's level in Vietnam.

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