Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Administration in Collaboration with Central Philippines University offers Master’s program in Business Administration

Posted date: 21-04-2012; 3605 view counter

 

 

In the morning of April 21, 2012, the Opening Ceremony for the offering of Master in Business Administration was held in connection with the international collaboration between Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Administration and Central Philippines University.

 

 

The ceremony was attended by Associate Professor Dr. Tran Viet Khanh , Deputy Secretary of Thai Nguyen Party and Deputy Director of Thai Nguyen University;  Associate Prof. Dr. Nguyen Xuan Trương, Deputy Head of The Postgraduate Training of Thai Nguyen University and the Party Secretary;  Associate Prof. Dr. Tran Chi Thien, Rector of Thai Nguyen University; the Representatives from the different  departments of TNU;  Prof. Atty Noel,  representative of Central Philippines University; the Foreign Lecturers in Thai Nguyen University; the leader-representatives of Bac Ninh Statistics College; and the K2 students of said training program.

 

 

On behalf of Thai Nguyen University and Central Philippines University, Prof. Dr. Tran Chi Thien, read the letter of authority granted by the TNU Board of Directors for the offering of Master’s degree in Business Administration which officially signaled the formal opening of the said academic program.

 

 

During the Opening Ceremony, Prof. Atty. Noel expressed his appreciation on the establishment of international cooperation between Central Philippines University and Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Administration. Further, he said that “ I hope that this training program will equip students the highest level of  knowledge, skills, and  expertise in their desire to gain the Master’s degree in Business Administration.” Thus, The offering of Master’s program in Business Administration  will be a big leap in the realization of the   National Construction Career Program of Vietnam.

 

Tin bài: Nguyen Loan - TNU Media