On June 3, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Thanh Bac – Vice President of the University of Danang (UD), hosted Ms. Ou Chi-hsi, Secretary of Education – Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Ho Chi Minh City. The meeting also drew the attendance of leaders of the UD’s International Cooperation Department.
At the meeting, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Thanh Bac welcomed the delegation of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in HCMC to visit the UD and exchange cooperation opportunities in the fields that both sides have strengths.
Overview of the meeting.
Vice President Le Thanh Bac introduced the overview of the UD which is a key regional university, a center for training, scientific research and international cooperation of the Central – Highlands region and the whole country.
The Vice President shared that the two sides could coordinate and promote cooperation in the fields of education, scientific research and cultural exchange, especially in areas that Taiwanese partners have strengths such as artificial intelligence, automation, biomedicine, environmental technology, etc.
For her part, Ms. Ou Chi-hsi expressed her pleasure to visit the UD and thanked the UD’s leader for giving the delegation a warm welcome. One of the purposes of her visit was to explore cooperation opportunities in which the Taiwanese side would like to collaborate with the UD’s University of Foreign Languages Studies to organize the “Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language” (TOCFL) in the Central – Highlands region, at the same time implement activities to promote overseas study and university – enterprise cooperation.
Vice President Le Thanh Bac presented souvenir for Ms. Ou Chi-hsi.
Education Secretary Ou Chi-hsi suggested that the idea of organizing workshops, open days to connect universities with businesses, thereby providing information, employment opportunities for graduates. It is expected that such the program will be held in August or September this year, attracting many Taiwanese enterprises and Taiwanese universities’ alumni who are currently the UD’s academic staff.
Group photo of participants of the meeting
News by CLIRC – UD