TNU – University of Economics & Business Administration (TUEBA) has cooperated with many universities in Taiwan in academic exchanges and scientific research program. On 10th April, 2017, TUEBA was honored to welcome the delegation from Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan led by Prof. Tran Van Doan – Dean of the Theology Institute.
Welcoming the delegation were Assoc. Prof. Do Anh Tai – Vice Rector, representative leaders of the International Cooperation Department and the International Cooperation Center for Training and Study-Abroad.
At the meeting, the two Universities discussed cooperation opportunities in student exchange program, faculty exchange program, scientific research, especially in the field of economics and business administration, as well as graduate scholarships for university staff and faculty members. The specific contents were mentioned as follows:
+ Developing and deploying the dual degree program for some courses taught in English.
+ Sending TUEBA’s students to Chang Jung Christian University (and vice versa) to attend an official semester or a summer semester for getting credits of some subjects taught in English.
+ Sending students from Chang Jung Christian University to TUEBA for learning Business Vietnamese and for attending cultural exchange programs.
+ Inviting professors of Chang Jung Christian University to TUEBA to deliver lectures that may last 01 week, 01 month or 02 months (depending on needed subjects); Sending TUEBA’s faculty members, especially who are studying PhD programs) to teach at Chang Jung Christian University for getting more experience.
+ Cooperating in research projects such as writing and publishing articles in prestigious international journals.
+ Deploying the internship program in Taiwan for TUEBA’s final-year students.
+ Chang Jung Christian University will give priority to TUEBA staff and faculty members to study postgraduate programs in the coming time (September, 2018).
The meeting took place in a friendly and open atmosphere, promising new cooperation prospects between TUEBA and Chang Jung Christian University as well as other Taiwanese academic institutions.