Tiếng Việt


New Academic Year Ceremony to Welcome K20 Students

DTU held a ceremony to welcome K20 students on October 11th. Exciting activities included a musical performance, games and dancing. The event was the first one to commemorate DTU’s 20th anniversary.

Dr. Vo Thanh Hai hands out student cards to K20 freshmen
The Quang Trung campus courtyard was crowded with students in the afternoon. Students enthusiastically took part in “hot” games, music and a catwalk performance. They enjoyed the performances of Big Zero, All Star, The Fox and the autumn and winter fashion show, with clothes made from plastic bags and paper by the Accounting and Nursing Faculties. Things became livelier when happy students started to dance the Flash Mob together.

The K20 freshmen also received valuable information about study and research activities at DTU. Various booths presented the achievements of lecturers and students, faculties and clubs. The freshmen were proud to see examples of Vo Thi Hoai Tram, a DTU Valedictorian, who gained a full scholarship from the Bachelor to the Doctorate level, and Tran Huynh Tuan Son, a student who crossed the country by bicycle to raise money for the disabled.
 Valedictorian Vo Thi Hoai Tram receives a full scholarship

The highlight of the festival was when Distinguished Teacher, Le Cong Co, DTU President and Provost beat the drum to welcome in the new academic year and said: “Our K20 freshmen are joining us at DTU at a special time, when we are about to commemorate our 20th anniversary. From the beginning, DTU lecturers and students have always worked to build DTU into the prestigious university it is today. DTU will continue to improve teaching quality and career guidance for our students. On graduation, students will become worthy and talented, fully-equipped to become the future leaders of Vietnam.”
 Distinguished Teacher Le Cong Co beats the drum to begin the new academic year

Twenty uniformed freshmen sang the DTU anthem and aroused the feelings of the other students. Truong Thi Anh Hong, a K20 student said: “I was proud to receive my DTU student card and to sing a song praising for DTU. Although I have only studied here for a short time, I am thankful for the enthusiastic support of DTU’s lecturers and officials. This will motivate me to study hard to make my dreams come true. Today will be a beautiful memory that I will never forget.”

The ceremony left a lasting impression on all the students and motivated them to study hard for success.       

(Media Center)