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HCM City (VNA) – A high-level delegation from Ho Chi Minh City visited Japan’s Kyushu University on March 24 to discuss cooperation opportunities between the establishment and the Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City (VNUHCM).

At a meeting between representatives of the two universities, VNUHCM President Huynh Thanh Dat expressed his expectation for the sides’ stronger cooperation in the future.

He suggested the two sign collaborative pacts in flood prevention solutions for HCM City, innovative urban building, startup-innovation, high-tech farming, and academic exchange, and human resources training.

Vice President of Kyushu University Koichiro Watanabe said he hopes Vietnamese universities, including the VNUHCM, will become key partners of his university.

Founded in Fukuoka in 1911, Kyushu University is the 4th oldest university in Japan and one of the former Imperial Universities. It is training about 2,200 international students, among which Vietnamese ranked 4th in terms of the number.-VNA