Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Administration in collaboration with ICAEW organized the opening ceremony of the Accounting Course for Talented Students

On June 19, 2019, Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Administration and The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) held the opening ceremony of the Accounting Course for Talented Students. This is one of ICAEW and TUEBA’s mutual efforts to improve the quality of training in the fields of accounting, auditing, and improve the competitiveness and employability for TUEBA students.

Assoc. Prof. Do Anh Tai – Vice Rector – delivered the opening speech

Speaking at the ceremony, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Do Anh Tai, Vice Rector, said: “The cooperation between ICAEW, the leading professional organization in auditing and accounting of The UK, and Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Administration are a foundation for high quality training, providing the latest training programs for TUEBA. The partnership also aims to strengthen the enrollment of TUEBA’s talented students with learning and employment opportunities in leading corporations and exposure to the knowledge of the region’s major financial markets. In the coming years, the two parties will strengthen exchange activities to concretize long-term cooperation programs.”

“Since establishment, TUEBA has developed a unique development direction to create differences in training and research, consistently giving the top priority on quality, not offering all programs covering all economic sectors but focusing on developing industries in demand to meet the country’s industrialization, modernization and international economic integration requirements. ”

“Establishing a partner relationship with ICAEW is an opportunity for the two parties to develop high quality training programs in accounting and auditing to meet international training standards, offering more learning and internship opportunities abroad or in prestigious international corporations operating in Vietnam and opportunities to participate in various specialized seminars and networking programs with leading experts in the field of accounting and auditing. ” Assoc. Prof. Dr. Do Anh Tai added.

In addition, the Vice Rector also expressed his pride when TUEBA students named themselves on par with students not only at the top universities in the country but also at the top universities in the South-East Asia.

Ms. Dang Thi Mai Trang made a speech at the meeting

On behalf of ICAEW, Ms. Dang Thi Mai Trang, ICAEW Chief Representative in Vietnam shared at the event: “One of ICAEW’s priority goals is to strengthen cooperation with universities to improve the quality of training, meeting the new requirements of the integration economy. Today, I am pleased to see that the partner relationship between ICAEW and TUEBA has become tightened through the opening of the Accounting Course for TUEBA’s talented students.”

“I believe that this course will provide opportunities for the university’s young talents in the field of finance – accounting to follow international training programs. The Accounting Course for Talented Students provides students with not only professional knowledge but soft skills and other necessary professional skills as well to help them confidently work in the internationally professional environment after graduation,” Ms. Trang added.

Assoc. Prof. Tran Dinh Tuan – Dean, Faculty of Accounting – delivered the Decision to grant scholarships

ICAEW Vietnam presented gifts and 26 scholarships to talented accounting students

TUEBA was honored by ICAEW as the university with the most participants in the ICAEW 100 contest in Vietnam.

On this occasion, ICAEW Vietnam honored TUEBA as the university with the most students participating in the ICAEW 100 contest in Vietnam, and presented award and certificate to Nguyen Thi Minh Hang, 3rd year student of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration), who was in top 6 Vietnamese students with the highest results in the contest of searching 100 talented students in Southeast Asia (ICAEW 100).

At the end of the ceremony, 26 students who received scholarships attended the first class session.