Associate Professor Duong Quang Trung
“I’ve have been part of the DTU Summer Research School since 2015, I’m really happy to see the success of the many graduate students who benefit from attending this event and realize their ambitions,” said Associate Professor Duong Quang Trung, from Queen’s University in Belfast. “I hope that you will now have more choice in selecting the appropriate and ideal study environment in well-developed countries after obtaining information on foreign PhD scholarships and the necessary procedures, stories of successful applicants, how to locate and work with research advisors, and gain more practical information in general.”
The sixth DTU Summer Research School continues to cover key topics presented by lecturers from UK universities and their predecessors, who were awarded scholarships for their research, including: Associate Professor Trung and Dr. Nguyen Dinh Long ,from Queen’s University in Belfast (UK), and Associate Professor Hoang Trang, Head of the HCMC University of Technology Graduate School.
The sixth DTU Summer Research School
The Summer School focused on:
Ten full scholarships for Master of Research and PhDs in 2024 and 2025
Advanced research skills: effective document look-up and citing; plagiarism and how to avoid it; scientific writing style; conference presentation skills; how to write specialized article reviews; how to publish ISI-standard papers; structure of ISI-standard papers; use software for research and calculation; and how to reply to referees
How to apply for research scholarships at universities in Europe, the Americas, Australia, and other developed countries; overseas research scholarships; necessary procedures; scholarship application; and successful scholarship application experiences
Research student life, working with research advisors and career options
The information on academics and the skills necessary for to conduct research, with detailed stories from the speakers, oriented the graduate students and broadened their special knowledge of PhD programs at advanced educational institutions around the world.
“DTU is very pleased to welcome graduate students to our sixth Summer Research School,” said DTU Vice- Provost Le Nguyen Tue Hang. “DTU, these lecturers from prestigious universities in the UK, and others who have previously studied abroad always support our Vietnamese graduate students in acquiring the latest information on research, scholarship sources, stories on successful scholarship application, and how to smoothly study and conduct research overseas. I believe that, when studying and researching in a different country, you’ll experience many new things, and learn so much more, both professionally and culturally. I hope that this year’s Summer School will assist you in your search for scholarships and contribute to preparing you for your future studies and research.”
The sixth DTU Summer Research School took place at DTU from July 7 to 9, attended by thirty graduate students from universities in Hanoi, Quy Nhon, Hue, HCMC and Danang. DTU organizes this event annually to keep graduate students updated while continuing their research in Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications, IT, and Automation. Since inception, the event has attracted 130 participants and, according to the organizing committee, more than 80% of them have obtained full scholarships for PhD or Master’s courses in the UK, the US, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Canada, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan.