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VIBE partners meeting

Hanoi 17 April 2018

The Embassy of Ireland hosted the first-ever partner meeting of the Vietnam Ireland Bilateral Education Exchange (VIBE) Programme.

Since 2015, the VIBE programme has provided catalytic grants to support 11 partnerships between  11 Vietnamese universities and 7 Irish higher education institutions in a wide range of co-operation, including curriculum development, academic staff and student exchange, and joint research.


Here are some examples of partnerships under VIBE:

Dr Nguyen Dang Hao, Dean of Business Administration Faculty of Hue College of Economics, talks to us about their partnership with the Institute of Technology, Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland.


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The University of Science and Technology Hanoi, in collaboration with University College Cork, Ireland, is developing a Long Range Energy Alternatives Planning System (LEAP) model that can be used to inform policy planning in the Vietnam energy sector.


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The Vietnam National Economics University (NEU) and Trinity College Dublin are working together on a project to promote social innovation and support an eco-system for social entrepreneurship in Vietnam. We've asked   Associate Professor, Dr. Truong Thi Nam Thang, Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CSIE) of the NEU about the project.


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Ms Nguyen Thi Anh Minh from the University of Science - Vietnam National University HCMC shares information about their exciting joint project with Dublin City University on promoting service learning and  STEM in education.


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