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2022-2023 Doctoral and Master’s Graduation Ceremony

On May 14th, DTU held a commencement ceremony for Doctoral and Master’s graduates. Attendees included Distinguished Teacher Le Cong Co, DTU President; Dr. Le Nguyen Bao, DTU Provost; heads of several departments; and newly graduated PhD and Masters with their families and friends.
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân trao B?ng T?t nghi?p Ti?n si và Th?c si nam h?c 2022-2023
Dr. Le Nguyen Bao
Dr Le Nguyen Bao said: “I know you all made a long journey with many challenges to arrive here today, some unrelated to your studies. You needed to manage your activities in order to combine your study and family time. Many of you are from distant locations, such as Kien Giang, Phu Quoc, Dak Lak, Gia Lai, and Quang Ngai, so that required extraordinary effort.”
“I want to reassure you today that your education and degree will always retain their value in the long term, even as the field of Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT develops. The success of ChatGPT makes a lot of people worry that, in the near future, it will completely replace humans in many types of work. However, machines in general and ChatGPT in particular will never replace us. No matter how far the technology develops, creativity, thinking, emotions, and life experience will always define what it means to be human, never to be replaced by systems like ChatGPT.”
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân trao B?ng T?t nghi?p Ti?n si và Th?c si nam h?c 2022-2023
Dr. Le Nguyen Bao confers a degree on Dr. Le Van Chung, a major in Computer Science. 
Degrees were granted to one PhD in Computer Science and 73 Master’s students in Business Management, Finance-Banking, Accounting, Computer Science, International relation and Pharmacy Management, as well as awards to four postgraduates with other outstanding educational achievements. The completion of PhD or Master’s degrees is equally important to their families, relatives, friends, the university and to themselves.
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân trao B?ng T?t nghi?p Ti?n si và Th?c si nam h?c 2022-2023
Dr. Nguyen Phi Son, DTU Vice-Provost, presents degrees 
Nguyen Quang Son, a DTU International Relation postgraduate, said: “Now that we have completed our courses at DTU, we are proud to have overcome many difficulties and obstacles on the way, including the impact of Covid-19, which delayed our graduation. Meanwhile, we have received strong encouragement and support from our lecturers and realize that the university's postgraduate education is highly practical, meets business requirements and contributes to the increase of vital high-quality human resources into the workplace. We would like to thank our families, friends and all our DTU teachers for providing us with the energy, knowledge and support to successfully complete our studies.”
(Media Center)