MOU signing between MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

On April 26, MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on collaboration and exchange of students.

Representing Chung Hua University were Professor Hsieh Hung-nien, Vice President of Chung Hua University, and other representatives. Representing MIT University Vietnam was Assoc. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Pham Van Song, Ph.D. – President of MIT University Vietnam, with the presence of other heads of departments and faculties.

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

Both sides shared the goals of enhancing the relationship between the two universities, developing academic and cultural exchanges in education, research, and other activities, and collaborating on internationalizing higher education.

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

The expected areas of collaboration include student exchanges, faculty and staff exchanges, joint research projects, seminars and conferences, dual undergraduate degrees, and student admissions for undergraduate, master, and doctoral programs.

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University 

After the discussions and signing, the esteemed professor and lecturers from Chung Hua University met with some students majoring in Oriental Studies.

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

 MIT University Vietnam and Chung Hua University

Congratulations on the new chapter of collaboration between the two universities. We look forward to the progress and success of this collaboration in the future.

Center for Admissions and Communications

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