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DTU and Chungbuk National University, Korea, Collaborate on a 3+2 Bachelor's and Master's Program

Bringing the opportunity to earn both a bachelor's and a master's degree within five years, DTU has partnered with Chungbuk National University (CBNU) in South Korea to launch a 3+2 Bachelor's and Master's Degree Training Program on May 29, 2024.
Regarding this important collaboration, Professor Koh Chang Seop, President of CBNU, stated: "Chungbuk National University is delighted to implement the 3+2 Bachelor's and Master's Degree Training Program in collaboration with DTU. This is truly a great opportunity for students to shorten their training period and quickly obtain a master's degree, thus providing the best conditions for their career development. By participating in the 3+2 program, students will complete 3 years at DTU and then continue for 2 more years at Chungbuk National University, receiving both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree upon graduation.
We understand that DTU is not only a prestigious educational institution in Vietnam but also has a strong international reputation, consistently ranking in respected global listings such as Times Higher Education (THE) and QS Rankings. CBNU is also developing along research-oriented lines. We hope that DTU and CBNU will achieve even greater success in our cooperation to bring the highest quality programs to students."
ÐH Duy Tân và ÐH Qu?c gia Chungbuk, Hàn Qu?c h?p tác dào t?o 3+2 h? ÐH, th?c si
DTU and Chungbuk National University, Korea signed a cooperation agreement to implement 3+2 programs
Since 2018, DTU and CBNU have established cooperative ties to implement a Student Exchange Program. Currently, over 50 DTU students have studied at CBNU, and more than 10 CBNU students have studied and exchanged at DTU. Additionally, DTU has sent faculty members to conduct joint research projects, such as the "Study of the Adventitious Root System of Medicinal Plants in a Bio-reactor System and Secondary Compound Analysis."
The 3+2 Bachelor's and Master's Degree Training Program launched today is a continuation of the increasingly strong relationship between the two universities, aiming to train more talented individuals for society. Students who complete the program will receive a bachelor's degree from DTU and a master's degree from CBNU. Students in this program will have their tuition fees waived for the 2 years they study in Korea, a significant support from CBNU with the goal of attracting and training the highest quality human resources for global industries.
ÐH Duy Tân và ÐH Qu?c gia Chungbuk, Hàn Qu?c h?p tác dào t?o 3+2 h? ÐH, th?c si
Prof. Dr. Koh Chang Seop, CBNU Provost, and Dr. Le Nguyen Bao, DTU Provost, presented souvenirs
DTU students studying at CBNU will benefit from its location in the southwest of Cheongju City, about 200 km from Seoul and near Cheongju International Airport. Situated in the "heart" of Korea, CBNU offers optimal access to surrounding areas. 
With over 70 years of development, CBNU has heavily invested in its facilities, research institutes, and laboratories, providing students with the best learning and practice environment, including Research Centers, Laboratories, Museums, Libraries, and Computer Centers. CBNU is currently one of the top 10 national universities in Korea.
CBNU currently offers 26 fully tuition-free programs, including English Language, English Literature, English Communication, Biotechnology, Civil Engineering, Environmental Science, Urban Engineering, Electronics, Television Broadcasting, Computer Science, Crop Science, Agricultural Chemicals, Industrial Plant Science and Technology, Animal Science, Food Technology, Chemistry, Archaeology, Art History, Accounting, Public Accounting, Mathematics and Logic, Physics, Astronomy & Space Science, Geology, and Popular Astronomy.
ÐH Duy Tân và ÐH Qu?c gia Chungbuk, Hàn Qu?c h?p tác dào t?o 3+2 h? ÐH, th?c si
Officials of the two units discussed directions for sustainable and long-term cooperation
This is an opportunity for all third- and fourth-year students of DTU to apply for CBNU's scholarship program and study in Korea.
Dr. Le Nguyen Bao stated: "The relationship between DTU and CBNU began about five years ago with various exchange programs, creating excellent study opportunities for students. Today marks an important day as we sign the 3+2 Bachelor's and Master's Degree Training Program cooperation agreement. With this program, many DTU students can continue their studies at CBNU and earn a master's degree immediately after their bachelor's degree.
We hope that the relationship between DTU and CBNU will continue to strengthen as we collaborate not only in one field but in many fields. This cooperation will undoubtedly open wide doors for many DTU students to pursue postgraduate studies in Korea. I also believe that we can cooperate not only in the 3+2 Bachelor's and Master's Degree Training Program but also in many other future projects."
(Media Center)