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The University of Southern Queensland visited and worked with Ton Duc Thang University

On April 19, 2022, representatives of the University of Southern Queensland - Australia (USQ) led by Professor Ren Yi - Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Lan Snell - Head of Business School and Mr. Daniel Chin - International Cooperation Manager visited and worked at Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU). The meeting aimed to introduce the capacity and potential of bilateral cooperation in joint training programs at undergraduate and graduate levels.

Dr. Dinh Hoang Bach - Acting Director of the International Cooperation, Research & Training Institute, Dr. Le Van Ut - head of the Science and Technology Development Management Department, leaders of the Faculty of Business Administration and the Faculty of Finance and Banking welcomed and worked with the delegation.

At the meeting, Dr. Dinh Hoang Bach introduced to the delegation the capacity of training and science and technology of TDTU, about the international training environment at the university with many foreign experts, lecturers, and students. TDTU is having a partnership with leading universities of the world to carry out cooperation programs of teaching, scientific research, and exchange of lecturers and students.

With many outstanding achievements in the internationalization process, the two sides also shared the strengths and history of each university. The two sides will continue to exchange and discuss details of cooperation programs in the coming time to apply an effective teaching model in the direction of technology application, to help students better adapt to the international working environment.

USQ is a founding member of the Group of Eight - a group of eight leading Australian universities. Founded in 1910, USQ is the 2nd ranked university in Australia with a successful employment rate of 91.3% after graduation.


Panorama of the meeting
USQ representatives introducing potential cooperation programs.
Giving gifts…
… and taking a memorable photo.