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Monday - 19/09/2016 10:22
Working visit of delegation from University of JEAN MOULIN LYON 3, France - 14/3/2014 At the invitation of VUC’s rector, Professor Jacques Comby, rector of University of Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and Professor Jean Sylvestre Bergé, Vice rector in charge of Scientific Research paid a working visit to VUC on 13th March 2014.
  At the invitation of VUC’s rector, Professor Jacques Comby, rector of University of Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and Professor Jean Sylvestre Bergé, Vice rector in charge of Scientific Research paid a working visit to VUC on 13th March 2014.
University of Jean Moulin Lyon 3 has been VUC’s traditional and strategic partner via many cooperation programs for Bachelors of Marketing and Masters of Finance – Control which have attracted a large number of learners, contributing to providing high-quality human resources to the society. University of Jean Moulin Lyon 3 is a public prestigious education unit in France with around 25,000 students enrolling every year, providing education services in many majors of economics, management, laws, social and humanitarian science, arts, literature, languages at graduate and post-graduate levels.
In the meeting between the two universities, A/Prof.Dr. Nguyen Hoang, Dean of International Training Department, reported on the outcomes gained from the joint training programs started in 2007 – 2008 academic year. Specifically, 156 students have graduated from bachelor degree and 119 from master degree; currently 132 students are following the program at graduate and 52 at post-graduate levels in joint programs with University of Jean Moulin Lyon 3. These great successes are attributed to the efforts of the leaders, the contributions of education administrators, project executives as well as lecturers from the two universities.
In the meeting, VUC suggested the French university provide more reference materials in foreign languages, especially in English, to help students access a more diverse source of documents, through which enhance their foreign language competence as well as professional knowledge.
Another issue mentioned in the meeting was the cooperation in scientific research by organizing international conferences, network of researchers and research themes, etc. This is the new prospect of cooperation for the two universities in the coming time.

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