Humber College, Canada to visit and work at Hanoi University
On the afternoon of August 17, 2017, delegations of Humber College, Canada led by Alister Mathieson – Vice President of Humber College paid a visit to Hanoi University. Attending the reception, from Hanoi University, there was Dr Pham Ngoc Thach – Vice President of Hanoi University and Mr Nguyen Ngoc Tan – Director of International Office.
At the meeting, Vice President Pham Ngoc Thach introduced to Humber College the development history and achievement of the University over the past few years, at the same time, sharing multifaceted development goals of the university in the future, including the expansion of training programs, student and lecturer mobility, joint degree programs and research.
For his part, Vice President Alister Mathieson, on behalf of Humber College, expressed his gratitude to the representative of the University for taking time to welcome the delegation, and expressed his desire to establish a cooperation partnership between the two institutions in terms of academic and postgraduate training, joint degree programs, student exchange, faculty and research collaboration. Sharing the same idea, Vice President Pham Ngoc Thach proposed a number of collaborative feasibilities, including cooperation in the training of the linguistic programs, 2 + 2 program and some other developed programs of the two institutions.
At the end of the meeting, the two leaders agreed to intensify exchanges to facilitate the signing of a cooperation partnership between Hanoi University and Humber College, Canada in the time to come.
Humber College is located in Toronto, Canada. This is a city near the United States border and one of the four largest cities in Canada. At present, Humber College has over 31,000 students studying in more than 180 bachelor’s degree programs of the College, including more than 3,800 international students from many parts of the world.