University of Adelaide: University commitment to Vietnam reinforced – India Education Diary


Dr Jessica Gallagher, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Engagement) will travel to Vietnam from 14-21 September on her first official visit for the University.

Dr Gallagher will visit Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City where she will meet with key partners from some of the country’s top universities.

“International partnerships with top tier institutions across Vietnam are critical for the University of Adelaide, and for Australia’s diversity and economy,” said Dr Jessica Gallagher, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Engagement).

“Strengthening the University’s links with our peers will deepen our collaboration with Vietnam.”

Dr Gallagher will visit Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST); Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT); University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City – International School of Business; National Economics University; Vietnam National University Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City; and Vietnam National University – – University of Economics and Business.

Dr Gallagher will sign two new articulation agreements during her visit to Vietnam. These will give bachelor students in business and finance from the Vietnam National University – University of Economics and Business and the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, the opportunity to undertake part of their studies in Adelaide – one of Australia’s most liveable cities.

“International partnerships with top tier institutions across Vietnam are critical for the University of Adelaide, and for Australia’s diversity and economy. Strengthening the University’s links with our peers will deepen our collaboration with Vietnam.”
Dr Jessica Gallagher, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Engagement).

“The mutually beneficial partnerships we have in Vietnam will continue to evolve and diversify, providing Vietnamese students with access to world-leading technology and subject matter experts in Adelaide, as well as leading global learning opportunities,” said Dr Gallagher.

A highlight of Dr Gallagher’s week-long trip will be meeting with University alumni and New Colombo Plan (NCP) students undertaking a study tour in Vietnam. Thirty-three NCP students from Adelaide will undertake lectures at partner institutions as well as industry visits.

The NCP study tour on Sustainable Water Management is sponsored by the University of Adelaide’s Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology. It enables Australian students to study and collaborate with partner universities in Vietnam including Can Tho University, Ho Chi Minh International University, HUST, HCMUT, and Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education (HCMUTE),

“By studying in Vietnam our NCP students are developing a global perspective in their academic field while increasing their knowledge of the Indo-Pacific region,” said Dr Gallagher.

“Students will broaden their knowledge of Vietnam by connecting with local industry and culture. This will provide them with an unprecedented learning experience.

“The NCP Sustainable Water Management study tour provides a unique opportunity for our engineering students, from one of the driest regions in the world, to exchange intercultural perspectives from peers from one of the wettest regions of the world, on how to use water sustainably.”

The NCP study tour also includes cultural learning with field trips to some of the most stunning UNESCO Heritage listed tourist destinations that Vietnam has to offer
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