Thuongmai University Signs an Agreement on Training Cooperation with IMC Krems University, Austria

Monday - 18/02/2019 22:34
On the morning of October 16 (local time), within the framework of the official visit to Austria and the University of Applied Sciences Krems (IMC-Krems) by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Thuongmai University and IMC-Krems University have signed an agreement on university-level training in business administration.
Thuongmai University Signs an Agreement on Training Cooperation with IMC Krems University, Austria
Attending the signing ceremony, on the side of the Thuongmai University were Prof. Dr. Dinh Van Son – University’s rector, A/Prof. Dr. Do Minh Thanh - Vice Rector, A/Prof. Dr. Nguyen Hoang - Head of International Training Faculty, MSc. Dao The Son - Deputy Head of External Affairs and Communication Department. On the side of IMC-Krems University were Prof. Karl Ennsfeller - Council president, the principal and professors representing units. Accordingly, the university-level joint training program of Business Administration issued by IMC-Krems University will be taught full-time at Thuongmai University and admitted immediately in 2019.
Also at IMC - Krems University - Republic Austria, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said that over the past 4 decades, Vietnam-Austria friendship and cooperative relations have developed in many aspects, especially in economy and Vietnam holds the position of Austria's largest trading partner in Southeast Asia; Austria is among the 10 largest export markets of Vietnam in the EU. Austria's development aid for Vietnam in the fields of health, railways, vocational training, etc. has contributed effectively to improving and enhancing the quality of people's lives.
After more than 30 years of Doi Moi, Vietnam is now a peaceful, dynamic developing country with a young population with 40% of teenagers having aspirations to study, develop a career and strong will. Vietnam considers education as a top national policy, a breakthrough that maximizes learners’ access and Vietnamese education access to advanced education of countries around the world, including Austria, the Prime Minister said. "I and Austrian leaders agree highly on the current good relationship between the two countries, with education and training as a potential area."
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