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Kick-off Meeting of Collaborative Education Program (CEP) in the framework of AUN/SEED-Net Project

On 24 April 2019, the kick-off meeting of Collaborative Education Program (CEP) in the framework of AUN/SEED-Net Project was held at Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) with participation of the SEED-Net team, Yokohama National University (YNU) from Japan, Yangon Technological University (via skype) from Myanmar, JFE Steel Corporation and representatives of HCMUT. The meeting concluded with a fruitful discussion on the plan and progress of implementation of Collaborative Education Program (CEP) in the framework of AUN/SEED-Net Project.

Welcome adress by Prof. Nguyen Danh Thao – Vice Rector, HCMUT

The Collaborative Education Program (CEP), operated by a consortium, aims to provide more flexibility and beneficiary orientation to member institutions for self-sustainability after the end of Phase 4. Under CEP, the consortium consists of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT), Yokohama National University (YNU) from Japan, Yangon Technological University (YTU) from Myanmar and JFE Steel Corporation (JFE) from Japan will deliver the master program in construction management conducted in English. Students recruited to the consortium will receive scholarships from JICA for AUN/SEED-Net to complete their master program at HCMUT within 2 years. Besides, scholarship students will have opportunity to do their internship in 1.5 month at YNU, ½ month at JFE and 15 days at YTU.

Presentation from HCMUT

Presentation from Yokohama National University (YNU), Japan

 

Presentation from JFE Steel Corporation, Japan

Presentation from AUN/SEED-Net

Finanical session from AUN/SEED-Net

Visiting the library

Lab Visit

Group photo

The AUN/SEED-Net was established in 2001 from the initiative derived at the ASEAN – Japan Summit as a framework toward sustainable development after the economic crisis that stroke the Asian region. Initially the Network comprises 19 leading engineering institutions in ASEAN and 11 supporting universities in Japan. These top universities cooperate in joint supervision of AUN/SEED-Net scholars, researches, program development, knowledge exchange and technology transfer. After its formal establishment in 2001, the JICA project to support AUN/SEED-Net has gone through 3 phases (2003-2008; 2008-2013; 2013-2018) with the objectives to activate internationally competitive personnel in leading engineering educational institutions in the region and to promote collaboration and solidarity between academics and professionals in the region. The phase 4 of the project has been started to implement since 2018 and will last till 2023. The Network now consists of 26 leading institutions from 10 ASEAN countries with the support of 14 leading Japanese Supporting Universities.

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