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On the morning of March 27, 2024, the Office of International Affairs (OIA) at the Grand Hall of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education (HCMUTE) organized a seminar titled "Introduction to Research Programs in Germany and Scholarship Opportunities by the German Academic Exchange Service - DAAD." This seminar offered an invaluable platform for lecturers, students, and researchers to interact directly with experts from DAAD, delving into study and research programs in Germany and exploring scholarship opportunities sponsored by DAAD.


Representing HCMUTE were Mr. Pham Bach Duong, Director of the Office of International Affairs (OIA), and Mr. Tran Quang Tri, Deputy Director of OIA. Joining them was Ms. Simone Götz, an expert from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and also a lecturer at the German Language Faculty of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City. Notably, the event saw the active participation of approximately 200 lecturers, researchers, and students from the university.


The seminar focused on delivering comprehensive insights into the German education system, study and research prospects, and scholarship initiatives supported by DAAD. Attendees had the invaluable opportunity to engage directly with Ms. Simone Götz, a DAAD expert, addressing their inquiries regarding study and research opportunities in Germany. The dynamic involvements of lecturers, students, and researchers from HCMUTE significantly enriched the seminar, fostering a vibrant and interactive exchange of ideas.


Ms. Simone Götz, the DAAD expert, shared the scholarship information during the seminar


Students from HCMUTE asked questions at the seminar


The partnership between DAAD and HCMUTE in organizing seminars serves to bolster cooperation between the two institutions while elevating the standard of German education and research at HCMUTE. This collaboration not only cultivates stronger ties but also provides students, researchers, and lecturers with invaluable exposure to international learning environments and enticing scholarship prospects in Germany, thereby broadening their horizons.


The director of OIA presented a token of appreciation to Ms. Simone Götz


The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) serves as a vital link between individuals and the world of academia. Established in Heidelberg in 1925 through the visionary efforts of student Carl Joachim Friedrich, DAAD has grown into a premier institution facilitating student exchanges and scholarly pursuits. With a rich history spanning nearly a century, DAAD has empowered over 1.9 million scholars, both within Germany and globally.


Beyond its core mission of facilitating academic exchanges, DAAD holds a significant role as an association of German universities, colleges, and students. In addition to offering scholarships, DAAD actively promotes the internationalization of German higher education, fosters the spread of German language and studies worldwide, and champions capacity-building initiatives in higher education within developing nations. Moreover, DAAD serves as a trusted advisor on matters of education policy, diplomacy, and development.

Through its endeavors, DAAD continues to nurture intellectual growth, foster cross-cultural understanding, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge on a global scale.

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