On December 16th, 2021, the University of Economics and Law (UEL) has organized the MOU signing ceremony withThe University of Regina (UR) and University of Saskatchewan (USask).
Due to the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic, the signing ceremony was held online with the participation of representatives of allparties.
The MOU signing ceremony has the honorary attendance of Mr. Honorable Minister. Gene Makowsky, Minister of SK Ministry of Advanced Education, Mr. Bez Babakhani, Consul General of Canada in Ho Chi Minh City, Mr. Ha Nguyen, Managing Director, Vietnam Office,SK Ministry of Trade and Export Development and Mr. Tran Chi Thanh, Chargé d'affaires, The Embassy to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Canada.
With regard to the representatives of the University of Economics and Law, the program has the special presence of the ProfNguyen Tien Dung - Rector of the University; Prof Le Vu Nam – Vice Rector of the University, Assoc.Prof Nguyen Chi Hai – Dean of Economics Faculty; Mrs. Le Bich Thuy, Head of External Relation Office; and Mr. Le Van Hinh, Deputy Head of External Relation Office.
The MOU and MOA signing ceremony is considered as the milestone for developing the strong partnership in order to accomplish the future achievements in the following areas:
(1) The digital transformations project between UEL and the two universities with the valuable support of Saskatchewan Province as well as the Canadian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City.
(2) The student exchange program. After the signing MOU today, by early next year, we will be able to promote the program under the SEED scholarship framework for Southeast Asian students;
(3) The collaboration program on public policy ;
(4) Sending UEL lecturers and staff to Canada for qualifying their teaching skills in order to meet the requirements of high-quality programs at UEL;
(5) Joint research on digital transformation project.
This will not only contribute to the strategic development of the university but also help strengthen the relationship between UEL and the Canadian partners in general.On the other hands, today’s signing ceremony will also opens up new opportunities in our respective countries for closer academic collaboration as well as the special people-to-people ties that are the foundation of our relationship. Especially, this fruitful partnership indicates how important it is to foster greater international exchanges for students, faculty and administrators and to work on joint curriculum development, course delivery, and academic programs and research. It is undeniable thattoday’s collaboration is great concrete initiatives supporting this objective. That is the reason why this signing ceremony so clearly advances our bilateral relationship in the all too important educational sector.