Hoa Sen University signed a cooperation agreement with New Zealand universities at the Vietnam – New Zealand Education Cooperation Forum
On December 5, 2022, National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue and a high-ranking delegation of the National Assembly of Vietnam had a working visit to New Zealand. Within the framework of his business trip, the National Assembly Chairman attended the Vietnam – New Zealand Education Cooperation Forum organized by the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training in collaboration with a New Zealand partner agency.
Dr. Phan Thi Viet Nam – Vice President of Hoa Sen University is an official member attending this important event on higher education between the two countries.
At the Vietnam – New Zealand Education Cooperation Forum, Dr. Phan Thi Viet Nam represented the Board of Directors of Hoa Sen University to perform the signing ceremony of cooperation documents with leading New Zealand universities in the presence of National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue and senior leaders of the two countries. During this business trip, HSU is honored to be the only non-public university along with 20 major Vietnamese public universities to participate in the important foreign mission of the National Assembly of Vietnam. Through the business trip, Hoa Sen University and some of New Zealand’s leading universities agreed to cooperate in training, academic exchange, research cooperation, as well as create favorable conditions for students to experience each other’s diverse learning environment…
By participating in important external activities of the National Assembly of Vietnam and the Ministry of Education and Training, Hoa Sen University has demonstrated the position and prestige of a non-public university in training and scientific research.
This is also the priority of the school in continuing to find, build and maintain cooperative relationships with major universities in the world, opening up many opportunities for exchange, study and employment for students according to international standards in today’s era of strongly developing globalization.