An Giang University visiting Okayama University and Hirosaki University, Japan

Recently, An Giang University (AGU) paid a visit to Okayama University and Hirosaki University in Japan. These are two universities that signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with An Giang University since 2018. The delegation was led by Assoc. Prof. Tran Van Dat, Chairman of the University Council

At Okayama University, the delegation met with Professor Tsuruta Kenji, the Dean, and professors from Graduate School of Life, Environmental, Natural Science and Technology. The two sides exchanged information on the master's programs of the two universities, as well as future cooperation orientations. Ideas for AGU students to participate in short-term study programs at Okayama University were also discussed. In addition, representatives of the two universities also discussed the possibility of renewing the MOU in 2024. On this occasion, representatives of Okayama University also introduced the AGU delegation to the university's facilities and its strong research and agricultural production activities.

At Hirosaki University, the delegation met with Dr. Wakabayashi, Vice President for International Collaboration, and leaders of units of the university. During the working session, the delegation was introduced to information about Hirosaki University, its faculties, programs of study, faculty, international students, and facilities for learning and research. The two sides discussed ideas, opportunities, and funding sources for lecturers and students from AGU to study and research at Hirosaki University in order to enhance the research and professional capacity of lecturers and students at AGU. Hirosaki University also expects to attract more Vietnamese students to the university; therefore, the two sides will maintain regular contact to update information on appropriate funding programs.

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Assoc. Prof. Tran Van Dat, Chairman of AGU University Council presents a commemorative gift to Hirosaki University
An Giang University visiting Okayama University