ICTU hosted a delegation from Kyungpook National University, South Korea

From July 3 to 6, ICTU welcomed and worked with the delegation of Kyungpook National University (KNU). The representatives from KNU are 03 famous professors in the field of information technology: Prof. Kim Dongkyun – Dean of School of Computer Science and Engineering, Prof. Jung Soon Ki – Head of Graduate School of Computer Science and Engineering and Prof. Kim Kyong Hoon – Vice Head of SW Education Center. On the ICTU side, welcoming and working with the delegation, there were Assoc. Prof. Phung Trung Nghia – Rector, Dr. Vu Duc Thai – Vice Rector and leaders of relevant divisions and academic faculties.

The institutions focused on discussing the following main contents: Handing over the imported materials for ICTU; Acceptance and liquidation of the training agreement for the academic year 2022-2023; Adjusting the twinning curriculum for the 3rd cohort; Student management at KNU; Organization and management of academic results; and Student exchange programme.

Notably, a high quality seminar between KNU and ICTU academic staff with the topic “Introduction to the development orientation of the Global SW Convergence programme” had been organised successfully. This was an opportunity for scientists to define the strategy of developing international programs.

In addition, within the framework of the working visit, KNU delegates also spent time meeting with parents and students of the international twinning program to share information about KNU and about cultural exchange activities and student life at KNU; and to interview students participating in the twinning program. This was an opportunity for students as well as parents to better understand the twinning programme at KNU, which contributes to better confidence in the quality and training orientation that ICTU and KNU developed.

With a professional, fast and efficient working style, the working contents and discussion between ICTU and KNU all achieved good results. Hopefully, in the future, the twinning programme between ICTU and KNU will be a stopover for more students to contribute to training excellent engineers for society.

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