Dr. Cao Viet Hieu’s First Trip Abroad in the New Position


One of the targets BDU aims for, in developing and improving its educational and training quality, is expansion of international relations in the present process of national industrialization and modernization.  Based on the foreign policy set forth by the Party and Government in terms of international multifaceted cooperation, education being one of these aspects, BDU Management has recently been undivided in its effort to expand its cooperative relationships with the countries of advanced education, such as America, Japan, Poland, Korea, China, Taiwan, Australia and especially Russia.

To go on with the good tradition and develop more such relationships, a BDU delegation, led by Dr. Cao Viet Hieu, President, paid a visit to SPPU, Russia, on December 13th .

By this visit, Dr. Cao Viet Hieu extended strong fraternical ties between the two schools, taking it as a good chance for them to orientate their mutual cooperation ahead. It’s known that this is Dr. Cao Viet Hieu’s first work visit abroad in his new position as President of BDU.

Dr. Cao Viet Hieu-President of BDU (middle) meeting with SPPU

At the meeting, the two sides agreed to promote scientific research programs on nano technology, radio and communication techniques, economics, business administration, computer science and energy, as well as student and faculty exchange in addition to other programs which have been signed and in practice before.

In his presentation, Dr. Cao Viet Hieu stressed: “In Vietnam today, many youth, including our school students, take interest in exploring the people and country of Russia. Noteworthily, our school embraces a great number of teachers and staff who were trained in the former Soviet Union, now known as the Russia Federation. This is the very premise to facilitate the two school’s mutual cooperation and exchange.”

In reply, Mr. A.I.Rudskoi, Russian Science Academician and SPPU President, said that the cooperative relationship between SPPU and Vietnam’s universities dates back half-a century ago, or more. During that period of time, SPPU managed to train over 600 experts of technology and economics. At present, we aim to increase the number of students from Vietnam in general, and BDU in particular, to study at SPPU. Hopefully, we will have more cooperative programs to generate a high-quality workforce for the society and the country.

Mr. A.I.Rudskoi – Russian Science Academician and SPPU President (right) receiving BDU President

At present, Vietnam has more than 2,000 students in the Russian Federation. This is human resource added to the contingency of intellectuals and advanced technicians for Vietnam’s future. They are also links, consolidating, maintaining and developing the excellent relationship between the Russian Federation and Vietnam.

Some pictures from the meeting:

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Pictures: Dr. Trịnh Lương Quang