Hanoi University and the College of St Rose establish bilateral cooperation
HaNU – On the morning of July 29, Prof. Alfredo Varela, Vice President in charge of International Cooperation, the College of St Rose (USA) visited and worked at Hanoi University. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Trao, President of the University welcomed Professor Alfredo Varela. Joining the reception, there were representatives of International Ofice, the Faculty of Management and Tourism, Department of International Studies, and Department of English Studies.
At the meeting, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Trao – Principal The school delivered warm greetings to Professor Alfredo Varela and introduced Professor Alfredo Varela with the history of and development of Hanoi University, its activities towards the 60th anniversary of the university’s founding. With the strength of foreign language training and specialized subjects taught in English, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Trao believes that cooperation between Hanoi University and the College of St Rose will open up many opportunities for exchange, study and research for both sides.
In response to Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Trao, Professor Alfredo Varela, on behalf of the College of St Rose’s delegation expressed his sincere thanks to Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Trao for spending time receiving the delegation. Professor Alfredo Varela shared, similar to Hanoi University, the College of St Rose will celebrate its 100th anniversary this year. Accordingly, as the two schools proceed to sign cooperation agreements in the future, it will mark an important milestone in the development and internationalization of the two sides.
Following the meeting, Professor Alfredo Varela had a working session with representatives of the Faculty of Management and Tourism, Department of International Studies, and Department of English Studies to discuss and exchange on the strengths of two sides, the possibilities to cooperate between the two parties, including the development of bilateral student exchange programs, joint research, organizing seminars, teachers and lecturers mobility programmes between the two sides, etc.
Founded in 1920, the College of St Rose is considered one of the best universities in North America. The University has 47 undergraduate programs, 30 master’s programs, 19 short-term programs trained by the University’s affiliated universities such as the School of Social Sciences, Business School, and the School of Science and Math, and Thelma P. Lally School of Education. According to a recent report, 99% of the College of St Rose’s freshman students receive scholarships and the University’s grants up to $ 27,684. The joint training cooperation between the two sides will be a premise for students of the two schools to have valuable educational opportunities and cultural experiences.