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UL sign new MOU with University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, International School of Business.

Thu, 16 Mar 2017

University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, International School of Business (UEH-ISB) are leading the way for education in Vietnam by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick (UL), Ireland on the 13th March 2017. The signing ceremony took place at the University of Limerick during a visit by UEH-ISB Dean Prof. Quan, Tran and Managing Director Mr. Douglas Foster. This MOU has set the framework of cooperation consisting of international student and faculty mobility between both institutions’ Business Schools.

Professor Quan and UL Vice President Academic & Registrar Professor Paul McCutcheon were both delighted to develop the cooperation between the two educational institutions. UL is very excited to work with UEH-ISB and to receive students from UEH Internationals School of Business in the coming months.

The signing ceremony was also attended by Douglas Foster, Managing Director of UEH International School of Business; Nguyen Thi Thu Thuy, Managing Director of Vietlead; Lia O’Sullivan, Communications and Projects Manager, Irish Universities Association; Josephine Page, Director - International Education Division & Dr Donal Palcic, Assistant Dean International of Kemmy Business School.

Josephine Page, Director - International Education Division:

“Developing mutually beneficial international collaborations is key to the success of our internationalisation strategy at the University of Limerick.  The formal commitment to partnership between the University of Economics Ho Chi Mein City - International Business School (UEH-IBS) and the University of Limerick, yesterday, is start of a positive relationship which envisages international student and faculty mobility between our Business Schools. This will further internationalise our campuses in Ho Chi Mein City and Limerick.”

 

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