On December 11 , 2020, the Launching and Signing Ceremony between Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry (TUAF) and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) was successfully held, marking a milestone for Master Scholarship Programme (DAAD-TUAF In-Country/In-Region Master Scholarship Programme)
The ceremony was witnessed by representatives from Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry, including Prof. Dr. Nguyen The Hung, the chancellor of TUAF, Assc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Hung Quang, the vice Rector of TUAF, Dr. Ly Thi Thuy Duong, the Director of International Program Office, Dr. Truong Thi Anh Tuyet, the Vice Director of international Program Office and other esteemed leaders and managers of the Univeresity. Representing of DAAD itself were Mr. Stefan Hase – Bergen, The Director of The DAAD Regional Office and other elite members. the DAAD-TUAF In-Country/In-Region Master Scholarship Programme was offered to foster strong and internationally oriented higher education systems with the capacity to contribute to sustainable development. Scholarships are granted for development-related Master studies of individuals who plan to pursue a career in teaching and/or research at a higher education institution in their home region or in in South East Asia.
Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) share a vision of developing not only our university but also the society we live in today. The agreement is the materialization of the DAAD-TUAF’ shared vision for the development of our academic institutions through the active and ceaseless pursuit of knowledge. We strongly believe that the agreement brings us one substantial step closer to achieving this vision. It is our earnest wish and hope that our shared vision will urge us to make this agreement successful in bringing about fruitful cooperation, ultimately laying the foundation for greater collaboration in the future.the DAAD-TUAF In-Country/In-Region Master Scholarship Programme is particularly meaningful, it serves the member nations in South East Asia. Thus, we have high hopes for this program-hopes for unwavering dedication to developing this discipline, for unprecedented academic progress, for burgeoning friendship, for continued cooperation between DAAD and TUAF, and for the promise of opportunities to serve our Asian community.