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The 2019 ADP closing ceremony

On January 11, DTU hosted the First Term Closure and Outstanding Student Awards ceremony of the American Degree Program (ADP). 
ADP lecturers, staff and students
In 2014, DTU launched the On-Site Study-Abroad program, with four years of study in Vietnam and an American-standard degree on graduation. DTU partners with Troy University and Keuka College to share programs in IT, Business Administration and Hospitality & Hotel Management. The program is taught in English and lecturers from Keuka College and Troy University teach 60% of the courses, with Vietnamese and other foreign lecturers from DTU handling the rest.  Armed with these international qualifications, graduates can expect excellent study and cultural opportunities in the future, which has influenced several new foreign students, from Myanmar, Taiwan and Philippines, to enroll. 
The leading students receive gifts 
Mr. Le Tuan, Director of ADP said: “We have just completed the first term of 2019 and I trust that you will all continue working hard to strive for even better results in the future. We are all members of the ADP ‘extended family’ and must work on developing it together. I wish you great success in the new term and a peaceful Tet with your families.”
Certificates of Merit and gifts were then awarded to the highest achievers in the “Innovative and Creative Student Startup” contest, to encourage and incent them further in their studies and research.
 “The DTU On-Site Study-Abroad program is established on a foundation of knowledge and improves our English language skills, considered to be the ‘golden key’ that opens up many excellent career opportunities for the participants,”, said Doan Thuy Linh. “We will also have the opportunity to compete in important competitions, meet our peers from other universities and showcase our ideas and creativity. Our DTU lecturers are friendly, easy to approach and always willing to support students in both their studies and lives. This is truly my second family and I am very proud to be a part of it.” 
(Media Center)