The Australian Embassy in Vietnam pledged to provide strong support to the Hanoi University
HANU – On the afternoon of January 15, 2021, President Nguyen Van Trao and leaders of the university’s departments had an intimate reception to Ms. Jane Bahen – Counsellor-designate (Education and Science) to the Australian Embassy
Since taking office until now, this is Jane Bahen’s first visit to Hanoi University. At the meeting, Ms. Jane Bahen and President Nguyen Van Trao exchanged and shared their views on the overview of the education system of Australia and Vietnam; advantages and disadvantages in implementing joint training projects; Hanoi University’s future plans and proposed future cooperation between Hanoi University and Deakin University (Australia); The effects of the COVID-19 epidemic on the implementation of cooperation, research and student exchange programs with partners in Australia, etc. The two sides also discussed standards in the assessment of universities, in which, teaching and research are two of many standards that need to be focused on and quality improved.
Currently, Hanoi University is implementing joint training programs with Australian institutions in various fields, such as Master of Theory program and teaching methods of English and foreign languages (Master of TESOL and FLT) with the University of Canberra and Marketing and Finance and Master of Business Administration with La Trobe University.
Ms. Janet Bahen pledged to provide strong support to help Hanoi University promote and implement joint programs and projects on educational administration, training program development, and quality assurance. education with Australian universities.
On behalf of Hanoi University, President Nguyen Van Trao thanked Ms. Counselor and the Australian Embassy for the enthusiastic support in the cooperation programs between Hanoi University and Australian universities. The pledged also expressed his wish that in the next time, Hanoi University will promote cooperation with Australian universities in joint training programs as well as in student mobility.