With the aim of "Integration and Development", international cooperation activities of the University of Transport and Communications are always focused and diversified in many fields: training, scientific research, and lecturer / student exchange. In particular, in recent years, the student exchange programs with foreign universities by various sources of scholarships are constantly being promoted, attracting many students to participate.


The kick-off conference for the project "Renovating university governance in Southeast Asia" (Pilotage Universitaire Rénové dans le Sud-Est Asiatique - PURSEA) was held on February 26, 2020 at the Hanoi University. The project is hosted by French-language universities - Asia-Pacific Regional Office (AUF-DRAP) and 15 universities in Europe and Asia and built in early 2019.


The “Students’ scientific research” prize is a national prize for students, which is organized every year by the Ministry of Education and Training in collaboration with the Ministry of Science and Technology, Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations, and the Central Committee of Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. After many years of organization, the competition has become a useful, dynamic and intellectual playground for students.


In the morning of December 10th 2019, Kawakin Scholarship Awarding Ceremony for students of the International Education Faculty (INED) took place at the University of Transport and Communications (UTC). Attending the ceremony included the presence of Mr. Hiromi NAKAJIMA - General Director of Kawakin Core-Tech Vietnam. For the UTC, there was the presence of Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thanh Chuong – Vice Rector; Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thi Tuyet Trinh – Dean of INED; Dr.


Following the success of the previous students exchanges in the past 9 years, on November 13th 2019, the exchange meeting of international students 2019 was held with the enthusiastic and passionate participation of students of Faculty of Civil Engineering, Electrical – Electronic Engineering, International Education from University of Transport and Communications as well as more than 40 students and faculty from Electrical and Computer Engineering D



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