The Belgian Universite libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and Hanoi University have signed a cooperation agreement on joint training in tourism administration.
A signing ceremony was held in Brussels on June 22 with ULB rector, Didier Viviers, and Hanoi University rector Nguyen Dinh Luan as signatories to the document.
The agreement is one of the cooperation projects between Hanoi University and ULB that have been implemented over the past three years, said Luan.
This is the first time the two schools will cooperate in training high-quality human resources for the Vietnamese tourism industry.
The joint training will take place in Hanoi over one year and involve lecturers from both universities. All teaching, presentations and examinations will be conducted in English.
The graduates from these courses will receive MA degrees in tourism with the logos of both universities and the signatures of their respective rectors.
The first course is scheduled to begin in September 2013.
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