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An Agreement with Aieraa Overseas Studies

To continue developing training and international cooperation, DTU signed an agreement with Aieraa Overseas Studies on April 27th. DTU will welcome and train medical students from India and other South Asian countries directly selected and enrolled by the Indian company Aieraa Overseas Studies starting in the academic year 2022–2023, guaranteeing their academic abilities, health, and language skills following management criteria for foreigners studying in Vietnam.
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân ký k?t h?p tác v?i Công ty Aieraa Overseas Studies
The signing ceremony 
Present for the signing was Mr Nguyen Luong Duc, economic and political attaché for the Vietnamese embassy to India. From the side of Aieraa Overseas Studies, there were Director Ms Deepa Ranganathan, Deputy Director Ms Dhanalakshmi Kanagaraj, Deputy Director for Enrollment Mr Prabath Ravindiran, and Assistant Director and Head of Technical Department Mr Raunak Raj. For DTU were present Vice Provost & School of Medicine & Pharmacy Provost People’s Doctor Assoc.Prof. Dr Nguyen Ngoc Minh, Vice Provost Dr Nguyen Hieu Phu, School of Medicine & Pharmacy Vice Provost Dr MD Hoang Ha, General Manager Dr MD Dinh Dao, International Medical Training Center Director Dr MD Nguyen Minh Duc, International Relations Office Vice Director Ms Nguyen Thi Nguyen Thi, and many interested lecturers and students.
The Indian company Aieraa Overseas Studies has a lot of experience selecting Indian students and sending them to other countries around the world for studie, especially in Medicine. In March, the Aieraa Overseas Studies Board of Directors made a preliminary visit to DTU and visited the laboratories for medicine, pharmacy, and nursing on its campuses: laboratories of the Faculty of Medicine, the Center for Molecular Biology, the Center for Medical Simulation, and the Pre-Clinical Simulation Center, and the practice rooms of the Faculty of Pharmacy and the two new practice rooms of the Faculty of Nursing (funded by Japan). 
“Vietnam and India are part of the Asia–Pacific–Atlantic partnership and have a traditional friendship and closeness,” DTU Vice Provost Assoc.Prof. Dr Nguyen Ngoc Minh said. “Today’s signing ceremony for training in Medicine between us is a concrete example. This is also just a first step; training for General Practitioner takes relatively long, such that difficulties will certainly not be few. But I believe we’ll overcome them all for, based on our resolve, constructive spirit, collaboration, sharing, and empathy, all will go well.”
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân ký k?t h?p tác v?i Công ty Aieraa Overseas Studies
DTU offered flowers to the representatives of Aieraa Overseas Studies
After in-person and online discussion, the leadership of DTU and of Aieraa Overseas Studies agreed on the following:
? Aieraa Overseas Studies will select sixty medical students per year for DTU, to start in August 2022,
? the training program is six year per the decrees from the Ministries of Education & Training and of Health,
? DTU will support Aieraa with separate dormitories for males and females in Danang,
? DTU will provide all necessary textbooks, introductions, and study advice to the Indian students,
? training will be conducted in English,
? the two partners will join hands for a marketing campaign in India,
? the MoA will be valid for five years: from 2022 to 2027.
(Media Center)