Signing ceremony between USTH and Tuniver

Wednesday - 17/01/2018 21:21

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi – USTH (also called Vietnam – France University) - and Tuniver Education Group., JSC - on January 16 at the USTH to materialise partnership and develop cooperation in education, research and the fields of education, scientific research, dissemination of scientific and technical knowledge.

The event was attended on the Tuniver Education Group., JSC by Mr. Dang Minh Tuan - Founder and CEO - and other representatives of the company. On the USTH sided were Prof. Patrick Boiron - Rector of USTH and officials of International Cooperation, Students Affairs and Marketing and Communication Departments of the university.

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Representatives of the two sides at the ceremony

The signing of the MoU opened up new cooperative opportunities for two sides in training and dissemination of scientific and technical knowledge. Accordingly, the two sides will work closely to provide scientific and pedagogical support and advice; training for teachers and students as well as exchange of experts. They will also co-organise seminars, talkshows and public lectures to deliver science and technology knowledge to a wider network of audiences.  

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Prof. Patrick Boiron (left) and Mr. Dang Minh Tuan (right) signed the MOU on behalf of two organisations

UberMath, a special label of Tuniver Education Group.,JSC, is one of pioneers in teaching Maths in English in Vietnam, with an aim of providing solid knowledge for students to study bilingual and international learning programmes, thus keeping up with the global integration in education.

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Representatives of USTH and UberMath at the signing ceremony

As the first Vietnamese public international university in the field of science and technology, the partnership with Tuniver Education Group., JSC is a golden chance for USTH to seek, nurture and foster students who are excellent at Maths to pursue their dreams, especially when the university has planned to open a new training programme in Applied Mathematics from the year 2018-2019.