Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnam-Japan University (VJU) signed an agreement with Japan’s ANA Holdings Co., Ltd to strengthen bilateral cooperation in training and research.
Attending the signing ceremony were Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Umeda Kunio, VJU Founding Rector Furuta Motoo, Director of the National University – Hanoi Nguyen Kim Son, and ANA Holdings representatives.
Under the agreement, VJU and ANA Holdings will share knowledge in areas related to aviation operation and corporate management.
The two sides will cooperate in research and public relations activities to improve brand value via events hosted by them.
In addition, ANA Holdings will collaborate with VJU in symposiums and seminars held by the university.
As a public tertiary education establishment under the National University – Hanoi, VJU is a symbol for the Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership.
The university opened the first master training course on September 9, 2016. It is offering two-year master training under Japanese model in such majors as regional research, public policy, corporate management, environmental technology, nano technology, infrastructure technique, climate change and development.-VNA
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