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Summing up the Academic Year 2009-2010 and Plans for Next Year

On September 5th, 2010, DTU held a conference entitled “Summing up Academic Year 2009-2010 and Plan for Next Year". Participants in this conference included Board of Management, Board of Provosts and the entire faculty.

Last year, DTU achieved many good things, continuing to reach enrollment targets, partnering with Pennsylvania State University, which is one of the five largest state universities in America, teaching credit-based courses, building new facilities and so on. DTU continued improving teaching quality, enhancing its reputation of achieving 80% job placement for its graduating students.

In recognition of these achievements, the Vietnamese Government and Ministry of Education and Training awarded Duy Tan University a special Emulation Flag and a Third Class Labor Medal, confirming DTU’s progress and contributions to Vietnam’s education.

Representing of Board of Provosts, Mr. Le Nguyen Bao, Vice Provost of DTU presented DTU’s plans for the coming academic year. Notably, DTU will upgrade its project-based teaching methods. "Advanced study programs are an innovation at our university in recent years. Duy Tan University has steadily enhanced its strong reputation due to these programs. Our students benefit from an international education environment right here in Vietnam" Mr. Bao said.

At the conference, Duy Tan University awarded merit certificates and other monetary prizes to four who excelled in the past year, including the Accounting Department, the Department of Civil Engineering, the Planning and Financial Department and the Office of Academic Affairs. Mr. Nguyen Phung Hoi, Deputy Head of Planning and Finance was recognized with the “Excellent Manager” award. DTU also recognized 22 staff members and 35 lecturers who excelled in the past academic year. 

Concluding the conference, Mr. Le Cong Co, President of DTU said “The outstanding results that we have achieved are the results of the ceaseless efforts of all faculty members. Our mission in the next year is to achieve even more. We have to promote teacher professionalism and strike for the benefit of our students and their future careers."

(Media Center)