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DTU Expands Collaboration with Australian Universities

Over 16 years, DTU reputation has been enhanced through many local and international partnerships. Recently, several universities in Australia have started partnerships with DTU. On November 17th 2010, New South Wales University and Flinders University paid a working visit to DTU.


Representatives from Flinders University work with DTU

Mr. Nguyen Huu Phu, the DTU Vice-Rector, warmly welcomed delegates from Flinders University. Ms. Judy Myers, International Partnerships Manager, said: “As a multidisciplinary university, we offer a variety of majors in Information Technology, Engineering, Biology, the Environment, Nursing, Business and so on. We are expanding our partnerships with Vietnamese universities, and Duy Tan is one of our choices”. In the meeting, both parties discussed exchange programs for students. Ms.Myers presented information about English language requirements, tuition costs, living expenses and so on. She also expressed willingness to assist in DTU curriculum development.

 Mr. Don Evans introduces about New South Wales University

On the same day, Ms. Vo Thi Thuy Tien, Manager of the ACCA Center, met with Mr. Don Evans, the Regional Manager of the University of New South Wales (UNSW). Mr. Evans briefly introduced UNSW and the various programs that Vietnamese students can study there. UNSW also helps foreign students to find accommodation and part-time jobs in Australia. In Vietnam, at IDP offices in Hanoi and HCM City, there are official representatives of UNSW who help students to prepare their UNSW applications.

Partnerships with Australian universities will open up more international opportunities for DTU students and, at the same time, broaden the DTU curricula to keep up with educational developments worldwide.

(Media Center)