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During the visit, the guests toured the BUV Ecopark campus, interacted online with the candidates for the UK Ambassador Scholarship 2021, and met and talked with BUV students.
In particular, Secretary of State Greg Hands and British Ambassador to Vietnam Gareth Ward cut the ribbon to inaugurate the extended learning campus of the BUV Ecopark campus. This is a new learning campus including many modern lecture halls and multi-function classrooms integrating up-to-date educational technology in the world, which is expected to bring more learning opportunities in a standard environment. international for the young generation of Vietnam.
The Secretary of State (centre), the British Ambassador (left) and the Principal of BUV (right) cut the ribbon to inaugurate the expanded learning campus of BUV Ecopark Campus
Located on the BUV Ecopark campus with a total investment of up to $70 million for three phases, the newly inaugurated special learning area includes specialized practice rooms for subjects such as: Management Tourism, Hospitality Management, Computer Science, Game Design & Programming…
These function rooms are fully equipped with computer systems and advanced equipment in the world, ensuring operational functions, providing students with the best learning and practice conditions, encouraging participation exchange between students and lecturers, and at the same time inspire them to explore and improve their learning and research capacity.
The aesthetic with modern, liberal, and inspirational architecture of BUV campus is continued and further developed at this expanded campus.
The guests visited classrooms such as: Innovative Lab, Motion Capture studio, Learning Kitchen, Computer Lab (CGDP Lab). , Multipurpose Room and large lecture hall.
Also during the visit, Secretary of State Greg Hands and Ambassador Gareth Ward had a conversation with BUV students at the new lecture hall. According to Mr. Greg Hands, the Free Trade Agreement between Vietnam and the United Kingdom (UKVFTA), which officially took effect in early May, has set the focus for 2021 on tightening economic ties. reduce trade barriers and, in particular, increase access to British education for Vietnamese students. This goal becomes even more feasible when the UK is currently in the top five study abroad destinations for Vietnamese students and is also the country with the largest number of joint training programs with Vietnam.
In addition, Secretary of State Greg Hands and Ambassador Gareth Ward also shared their university experiences with students, emphasizing the importance of innovation, predictability and skills. useful in the next 10 or 20 years. Mr. Greg Hands also sent encouragement to the students: “No matter what career and where you choose to study, flexibility and creativity will become more important than ever in the new era, especially in the post-COVID-19 world. Young people like you will be at the forefront of developing innovative solutions and new ways of working.I believe you will have all the tools and possibilities. ability to do so after graduating from BUV”.
Secretary of State Greg Hands and Ambassador Gareth Ward had a conversation with BUV students at the new lecture hall
At the end of the reception, Prof. Dr. Raymond Gordon – Rector of BUV extended his deep thanks to Secretary of State Greg Hands and Ambassador Gareth Ward. He affirmed BUV’s commitment to the mission of bringing British education to Vietnamese students: “BUV will continue to expand its campus in 2022 with plans to invest in more experiential learning spaces, hands-on classes and optimal learning technology application In the future, the strengthening of the bilateral cooperation relationship between Vietnam and the UK will give students more opportunities to experience activities international volunteering, professional internship opportunities and exchange programs between Vietnam and the UK.”
Considered as a successful model in the strategic educational cooperation relationship between the two governments of Vietnam and the UK, BUV has been making great efforts for the goal of building a qualified higher education environment. international right in Vietnam.
Currently, BUV offers 11 bachelor’s programs and one MBA master’s program. Programs are taught entirely in English by a team of 100% international faculty and are awarded by two prestigious partner institutions, Staffordshire University (SU) and University of London (UoL) and by BUV . BUV’s curricula and faculty are regularly evaluated and accredited by the two universities to ensure that training and certification are in strict compliance with the standards of the two universities. This is also a standard that is regulated by the UK Government and is accredited by the UK Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), which issues licenses.
Source : Genk