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Thursday - 18/02/2021 04:54
The signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding betweenThe signing ceremony(BUV) took place in a solemn and cordial atmosphere at British University Vietnam (BUV)
Ever since the meeting held in December 2020 with the assistance and support by  Vietnamese Ministry of Home Affairs, the British University Vietnam and Hanoi University of Home Affairs have actively promoted, made inquiries and established a cooperative relationship between two both sides. At this meeting, both exchanged many contents in which focusing on activities of improving the lecturers and students’ foreign language capacity, joinly cooperating in their training activities, giving priority to the modules related to the hospitality and tourism industries, supporting lecturers in their teaching, cooperating in scientific research activities through workshops and seminars and so on.
Speaking at the ceremony, Deputy Minister Trieu Van Cuong highly appreciated the cooperation between the both sides while emphasizing that this international cooperation model was a comprehensive solution to exchanging, studying and improving the quality of training and retraining for the HUHA students and lecturers in the context of complicated Covid-19 epidemic in the world, which caused the exchange of lecturers and students among many countries difficult. Prof. Dr. Raymond Gordon - the Rector of British University Vietnam (BUV) emphasized that he firmly believed the long-term, sustainable and effective cooperation between the two universities under the support of the Vietnamese Ministry of Home Affairs.
The two Rectors Chien and Raymond Gordon were exchanging a Memorandum of Understanding after the signing ceremony
 
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Trieu Van Cuong, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Ba Chien and Prof. Dr. Raymond Gordon after the signing ceremony
 
Mr. Chien delivered a speech and expressed his joy at the important event. Via the joint signing of this Memorandum, both sides believed that they would implement planned activities in a systematic and effective manner in 2021.
The delegation of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Hanoi University of Home Affairs was visiting the headquarters of British University Vietnam (BUV)
 
The delegates were being taken souvenir photos
The British University Vietnam (BUV) is the first and solely foreign-invested one in Vietnam offering British bachelor's degrees. It is honored by the British Embassy in Vietnam as a successful model of cooperation between the UK and Vietnam in the field of tertiary education. It has received the Golden Dragon Award and a prestigious Strong Brand held by the Vietnam Economic Times for its extraordinary achievements and positive contributions to higher education in Vietnam for four consecutive years.
Located in Ecopark - Hung Yen urban area, it provides its students with a professional and creative international learning environment with a team of 100% international lecturers and more than 2000 undergraduates. The curriculum and academic support for each individual help them have diverse advantages for their learning and personal development.
Currently, the BUV is offering Bachelor's Degrees in such majors as Banking and Finance, International Business Management, Marketing Management, Events Management, Accouting and Finance, Finance and Economics, Contemporary Creative Practice, Computer Sciences, International Hospitality Management, Tourism Management and Postgraduate's degrees like Master Of Business Administration,
On the morning of January 28, 2021, with the consent of the Ministry of Home Affairs, the signing ceremony of Memorandum of Understanding  between Hanoi University of Home Affairs and British University Vietnam (BUV) took place in a solemn and cordial atmosphere at British University Vietnam (BUV). This is a crucial step forward in the cooperative relationship of the two sides, showing their collaborative unanimity and goodwill to achieve common development goals.
The ceremony was witnessed by Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Trieu Van Cuong, Mr. Chu Tuan Tu - Director of International Cooperation Department, Ms. Tran Thi Lien Huong - Deputy Director of International Cooperation Department, along with the representatives from Hanoi University of Home Affairs and British University Vietnam (BUV).

 

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