Northampton Business School partners with three prestigious Vietnamese universities to deliver new MBA course

News Page 12th November 2015

Memorandums of Cooperation were recently signed with the Hanoi University of Science and Technology and Da Nang University, which will undertake the joint training and academic programme with the Business School from September 2013.

These new agreements add to the existing memorandum that is already in place with Vietnam National University, making the University of Northampton the first to enter into a partnership with three such prestigious Vietnamese institutions.

All the teaching will take part in Vietnam, with staff at the Vietnamese universities teaching the first part of the programme, and staff from Northampton Business School teaching the second part, with cohorts of 15 students from each university.

Dr Ian Brooks, Executive Dean of Northampton Business School at the University of Northampton, commented: “We are delighted to partner with three of the top ranking universities in Vietnam and look forward to working closely with all three to deliver our new MBA course.

“This is a significant achievement for Northampton Business School and highlights another successful step in our ongoing internationalisation strategy.”

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