The University of Danang boosted cooperation with University of Pardubice, Czech Republic



In the morning of November 24th, 2017, The University of Pardubice (UPa), Czech Republic, led by Prof. Miroslav Ludwig – Rector visited and worked at the University of Danang (UD) and officially signed the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the two parties.

This MOU opens to cooperation in areas such as joint training, academic exchanges, collaborative research, joint workshops and exchange of lecturers and students.

Prof.Dr. Tran Van Nam – President of UD and Prof. Miroslav Ludwig – Rector of UPa officially signed MOU


At the meeting, the leaders of the two sides also exchanged details on the joint program of undergraduate training at the model of 2 + 2; 3 + 1 or studying abroad; and master degree training of 1 + 1 model.

Regarding the PhD program, Prof. Dr. Tran Van Nam suggested a "sandwich" form, in which the teaching activities will be coordinated between the two sides. The professor of UD would be responsible for advising or co-supervising. With the curriculum and the degree offered by the UPa, this form of cooperation creates favorable conditions for lecturers working in universities and research institutes.

Prof. Miroslav Ludwig introduced on UPa


The joint training programs are intended for 6 main areas including: IoT, Mechatronics, Nanotechnology, Telecommunications, Materials Science, and Environmental Resources Management.

The scientific journals (ISI, SCOPUS) of the Czech Republic are in many fields. Therefore, cooperation with UPa in research cooperation and international seminars will help teachers and scientists increase the rate of scientific publications.

At the ceremony, President of UD also signed MOU with Technical University of Ostrava – represented by Dr. Phan Dao.


UPa is one of the 26 public higher education institutions in the Czech Republic and is the only university in the Pardubice region. Pardubice University, a modern and dynamic public university, provides many different training programs at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels with more than 130 majors.

Gift presenting between the two leaders