Posted on: 26/10/2020
On 16th October 2020, Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) organized the “Forum on investment and cooperation in education” with the presence of Deputy Minister of Education and Training, Mr. Nguyen Van Phuc. During the forum, MOET and British University Vietnam signed the MOU for cooperation with educational activities to enhance the English capability of teachers and students in Vietnam.
The “Forum on investment and cooperation in education” was organized to introduce government policies on lateral partnerships and investment in education to investors, alongside connecting and promoting cooperation between Vietnamese and foreign partners. This is also an opportunity to attract and engage foreign investors to strengthen the strategic collaboration between Vietnam and other countries.
The forum was attended by more than 300 guests, including management of Ministry of Planning and Investment, foreign embassies in Vietnam, representatives of several international organizations and foreign-invested educational institutions. Professor Dr. Raymond Gordon – President of British University Vietnam – also attended the forum as a representative of the UK-Vietnam close partnership in education.
Speaking at the opening of the Forum, Deputy Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Van Phuc said: “In the context that internationalization of education is a global trend, Vietnam has always focused on promoting international cooperation in education. Vietnam has been in educational partnerships with over 100 countries and regions and been an active member of world-wide educational organizations.” He proclaims Vietnam’s commitment to stimulating investment in education in the future. Especially, students studying in international universities in Vietnam have opportunities to approach advanced education systems which not only helps boost the overall quality of education but also is a chance for the young Vietnamese generation to develop comprehensively and catch up with current global needs.
At the “Forum on Cooperation and Investment in Education”, 10 agreements on investment cooperation in education were also signed between Vietnamese partners and other countries; Meanwhile, BUV and MOeT signed a memorandum of understanding for the National Foreign Languages Project (NPLP) 2020, in which both parties will engage in joint development of English language teacher training modules to improve foreign language proficiency and pedagogical capability of secondary and tertiary teaching professionals in both rural and urban areas, develop and design the digital approaches in learning and teaching English, as well as exchange of academic materials and other information that assist with overall management and implemeantation of NFLP.
As the first and only international university awarding 100% British Degrees in Vietnam, British University Vietnam (BUV) is an iconic symbol of the UK – Vietnam strategic rapport. Founded in 2009 from 100% foreign investment, British University Vietnam (BUV) has had a 10-year mission to deliver to Vietnamese students the opportunity to study in a world-class British education environment in Vietnam, contributing human resources of high quality by equipping students with the knowledge, experience and skill sets necessary for them to work in a global working environment.
With a long-term commitment to contributing to the development of high-quality education in Vietnam, BUV is proud to be in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Training, and other educational organizations, in implementing outstanding activities such as: deploying A-level programmes at high schools, teacher training projects in 2019 and many other endeavours.
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