University of Languages and International Studies (ULIS) and Toyama University signed a collaboration agreement on recommending post-graduate overseas students.

On March 3th, 2017, ULIS-VNU held a Ceremony of signing cooperation Agreement with the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities – Post-graduate Institute – Toyama University (Japan) on recommending post-graduate overseas students.

The event was attended by Assoc. Prof. Ngo Minh Thuy – ULIS’s Vice-President, Dr. Bui Minh Thang-Head of Cooperation and Development Office, Dr. Dao Thi Nga My- Dean of Faculty of Japanese Language and Culture (FJLC), Dr. Huynh Anh Tuan- Dean of VNU School of Graduate Studies.

From Toyama University, Ms. Daikuhara Chinami-Dean of Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mr. Kosukegawa Teiji- Professor of Department of Social Sciences and Humanities and Mr. Takada Tomokazu-National Japanese Language Institute.
The University of Toyama started the cooperation with ULIS from the end of 2013 to the beginning of 2014. On December 22nd, 2015, two universities have officially signed the cooperation between the Faculty of Japanese Language and Culture (ULIS) and Faculty of Humanities Studies (Toyama) on joint training, scientific research collaboration and exchange of lecturers and students.

During the ceremony, representatives of the two sides exchanged the cooperation agreement on the system of graduate students and agreed to sign the Memorandum of Understanding on this content. At the same time, the two universities have also discussed the ongoing cooperation activities and new cooperation activities to be undertaken in the coming time.
At the ceremony, Vice-President Ngo Minh Thuy asserted that the University truly expected to cooperate with the University of Toyama in general and the Faculty of Humanities and Postgraduate Studies in particular. She believed the cooperation between the two sides would bring about more positive effects in the upcoming time. Ms. Daikuhara Chinami agreed with her and affirmed that she would do her utmost to nurture this relationship.
The signing ceremony is closed in the atmosphere of intimation and friendship between the two parties.