On 14/9, University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and VinUniversity have signed an agreement on the student exchange program between the two universities, along with the kick-off of the Study Away program in which VinUni will host UTS students starting Fall 2020. As with the Study Away Cornell – VinUni program, VinUniversity agrees to support UTS students in Vietnam who are faced with difficulties in returning to their home campus in Sydney due to COVID-19, providing them the best environment to study at VinUni including the opportunity to learn more about our heritage, tradition, entrepreneurial opportunities and business environment in Vietnam.
Starting from 19/09, 22 UTS students will officially join the program at VinUni, with the duration of at least one semester. Regarding the agreement on the student exchange program, starting from the 2021 spring semester, VinUni students can spend their time at UTS as exchange students and vice versa with 1:1 ratio. Students participating in the program will have their academic qualifications and study periods abroad recognized by both universities.
UTS is regarded as one of the world leading young universities, ranked 11th globally in the QS Top 50 under 50 index. UTS offers courses on technology, business and health sciences, in line with VinUniversity’s academic programs. UTS is also one of the target universities in the Vingroup Science and Technology Scholarship Program (administered by VinUni). Up until now, UTS has taken in 6 students who received Vingroup scholarships.
Student exchange programs are crucial in education and training development at VinUni. Every student has an equal opportunity to study at a prestigious international university without any change in tuition fees. Similar programs with universities in the US, Australia, Korea, Japan, Singapore… will be launched soon.
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