On 22/09/2022, VinUniversity College of Business & Management and VinUniversity College of Arts and Sciences signed a cooperation […]Read More
VinUniversity and KPMG recently signed a cooperation agreement to continue providing VinUniversity students with opportunities to experience “real […]Read More
The recent cooperation agreement between VinUniversity and Meliá Hotels International not only opens up many opportunities for internships […]Read More
During the 5-in-5 internship at Vinpearl, Dang Thu Thao and Nguyen Trong Hiep, two Business Administration students from […]Read More
Time: 2pm – 5pm on Sunday, 20/03/2022. Location: Vinpearl Luxury Landmark 81, Vinhomes Central Park, 208 Nguyen Huu […]Read More
WEBINAR #1: COMPETITION AND VINFAST INTRODUCTION As part of the program series for students participating in the VinUniversity […]Read More
Are you someone who wants to launch a startup and become the Founder of a business? Do you […]Read More
How do forefront experts and business leaders adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic? How has the pandemic affected tourists’ […]Read More
VinUniversity and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) announced the opening of the VinUni-Illinois Smart Health Center (VISHC), which will focus on interdisciplinary research in biotechnology and data science. VISHC was officially given 13,5 million USD in funding from Vingroup to develop affordable and accessible projects that can positively impact people’s health.
Phi Thi Linh Giang, Director of VinUniversity Startup Center stated that as soon as their first year joining the university, students would be given the entrepreneurial mindset. Students with start-up ideas will be supported by the center's dedicated mentors on a weekly basis to develop their ideas. When the idea is fully executable, students will receive a funding of $2,000 per project for their incubation test phase. Highly potential projects will be selected for the Acceleration round with further support and funding up to 10,000 USD per team.
At the Teaching and Learning Summit 2022, Prof. Robert Kamei, National University of Singapore (NUS) mentioned the 4 misconceptions in the teaching and learning of lecturers and students at universities.
Myth #1: "I learn to walk and speak naturally, so I don't need to learn about learning".
Myth #2: "A great lecture is the best way to learn. Great teachers make learning easy"
Myth #3: "The more time I spend studying a subject, the more I will learn and the better grades I will get".
Myth #4: Knowing something is the same as knowing how to practice it
On June 24, 2022, under Vingroup’s "Science and Technology Scholarship Program for Overseas Studies for Master’s and Doctoral Degrees" (also known as Vingroup Science and Technology Scholarship Program), a scholarship award ceremony for 30 Master's and Doctoral students of the 2022 academic year was held formally with the announcement for the launching of Vingroup Young Scholars’ Global Network.Read More