Hanoi University and University of Huddersfield signed a memorandum of understading
HANU – In the morning of December 4, 2019, Dr. Wayne Bailey – Deputy Head of the Department of International Cooperation, University of Education and Career Development at the University of Huddersfield (United Kingdom), Ms. Le Xuan – Director Director of the University of Huddersfield in Vietnam visited and worked at Hanoi University. President Nguyen Van Trao and leaders of International Office, English Department and MTESOL Office had an intimate reception.
Rector Nguyen Van Trao gave a warm welcome to Mr. Wayne Bailey and members of the University of Huddersfield delegation, a university with a long history, located in an ancient and friendly city of UK. The President said that in 2018, the University had the opportunity to work with the University of Huddersfield to exchange basic contents towards the signing of cooperation agreements between the two sides in research and teaching. The President felt very happy because today the content discussed and exchanged about cooperation opportunities between the two universities was officially signed, opening up many opportunities for students and lecturers.
The Memorandum of Understanding between Hanoi University and the University of Huddersfield addresses the following basic contents: Development of collaborative research projects; Exchange of teaching and teachers; Organizing training activities such as seminars, lectures, seminars; Exchange learning materials and information of mutual interest; Promote and exchange students. The cooperation memorandum is valid for 5 years to build sustainable partnerships in the future to serve mutual benefits.
The University of Huddersfield ranks among the top 10 modern universities in the UK for teaching quality and facilities, which is an award-winning institution with the goal of inspiring a generation of students Innovative tablets, and future global experts. The University of Huddersfield specializes in subjects such as Business, Engineering and Computers, Science, Health, Anthropology, and the Arts … from undergraduate to graduate level. Every year, more than 3,000 international students from over 130 countries study and research at the university, including nearly 100 Vietnamese students.