University signs MOUs with Ho Chi Minh City

May 16, 2024

Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Mark Scott AO and Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Chairman Mr Phan Van Mai with delegates from the University of Sydney and Ho Chi Minh City. Image: Fiona Wolf, University of SydneyThe University of Sydney has signed an MOU with the HCMC Department of Health to explore opportunities for cooperation in the areas of medical science, chronic and infectious diseases, and other areas of medicine and health. The Net Zero Institute is signatory to an MOU with the HCMC Institute of Development Studies which will explore opportunities for collaboration in the areas of development, translating and enabling societal adoption of technologies and systems to deliver global decarbonisation. The signings were attended by representatives from the University of Sydney and a delegation from Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee, led by Chairman Mr Phan Van Mai. The delegation, which included Vietnamese government officials, toured the University’s biomedical facilities in the Faculty of Engineering.

Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Mark Scott AO and Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Chairman Mr Phan Van Mai with delegates from the University of Sydney and Ho Chi Minh City. Image: Fiona Wolf, University of Sydney

The University of Sydney has signed an MOU with the HCMC Department of Health to explore opportunities for cooperation in the areas of medical science, chronic and infectious diseases, and other areas of medicine and health.

The Net Zero Institute is signatory to an MOU with the HCMC Institute of Development Studies which will explore opportunities for collaboration in the areas of development, translating and enabling societal adoption of technologies and systems to deliver global decarbonisation.

The signings were attended by representatives from the University of Sydney and a delegation from Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee, led by Chairman Mr Phan Van Mai. The delegation, which included Vietnamese government officials, toured the University’s biomedical facilities in the Faculty of Engineering.

The source of this news is from University of Sydney

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