Letter from the Rector
You do, or you’ll be part of a Vietnamese university and international excellence. What does that mean? This indicates that this USTH integrated training process (called “Bologna”) recognized in France, but in all of Europe and even beyond, providing students the opportunity to continue their education in many countries ; that all training are conducted in English, taught by the brightest Vietnamese or foreign teachers, mainly from France, but also in many other countries, ensuring greater employability, particularly internationally, graduates; the practical and technical training is completely integral part of learning, allowing a high employability upon graduation from the Bachelor or Master; that comprehensive training is carried out by and for research, particularly in French and prestigious international research laboratories; the awareness of innovation as a driver of prosperity and economic development of Vietnam as well as education and research, is strongly rooted in training. All these criteria of excellence that guarantee students the interest of national and most successful international companies. The USTH is a university offering a supportive work environment for success, fulfillment and employability.
For all these reasons, you are part of a university of excellence, and you can be proud of it.
Rector of USTH
Today, February 3, they received the certificates from Dassault Systèmes, and USTH Rector, Prof. Patrick Boiron gave them the certificates in person on behalf of Dassault Systèmes and PLMCC.
A delegation of USTH senior management, trade union and youth union visited the National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion this afternoon, to show our solidarity and sharing with the blood cancer patients who may have to stay at the hospital for their treatment even during the coming lunar new year holidays.
In his opening speech, Prof. Patrick Boiron congratulated the fresh Master graduates, highly rated their study and research efforts made in the 2-year course, and encouraged them to make even bolder steps in their science-technology endeavor.