Local and International collaborations

Thai Binh Duong University fosters collaborations with companies and institutions around the world. The University works with businesses, universities and more to meet the needs of the communities it serves, and to deliver its strategic objectives.


Our Strategic Plan 2020-2025 published in November 2019 sets out the importance of partnerships to the University.


Here is just a snapshot of some of the connections we have in recent times.


Thai Binh Duong University signs agreement with Vatel France

On December 11, 2019, Thai Binh Duong University signed a partnership agreement with Vatel (France) at InterContinental Hotel Nha Trang

The event had the honor to welcome representatives of Vatel Vietnam.

2019 marks an important milestone for the delivery of its strategy when the University cooperates with Vatel School (France) to put forward the International Hotel Management Program.

Located on four continents, the network of Vatel schools makes up the 1st Worldwide Business School Group in Hospitality and Tourism Management, elected by professionals as the Best Hospitality Management School.


Training Parnership Agreement with InterContinental to enhance students’ practical skills in hospitality

Thai Binh Duong University signed training parnership agreement on 10 Dember 2019 with luxury hotel InterContinental Nha Trang.

The agreement covers areas of cooperation including program curriculum and professional practice program of the Bachelor’s Degree in International Hotel Management.

Students will have access to hands-on training and direct exposure to real situation.

Dean and 10 lecturers of Korea’s Kyung Hee Cyber University teach at Thai Binh Duong

NHA TRANG, 24.9.2019 – Professor Jang Mira, Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies from Kyung Hee Cyber University, has joined her team of 10 lecturers to teach language and culture to students of Korean studies at Thai Binh Duong University for two days.

This scholarly activity is an essential part of University life initiated by professor Ryul Park Jong, director of the University Center for Korean Studies.

The Center has developed and encompassed many academic and extracurriculum activities that broaden its students over the past three years.

Second Korean Cultural Festival held at Thai Binh Duong University

The University Center for Korean Studies kicked off the 2nd Korean Cultural Festival at the University on 22 March 2019.

 A variety of activities took place on the University campus, including Korean cultural and culinary hands-on experiences, Korean dancing and an distribution of pamphlets related to Korea, making the event even more fun.

 Students and a large crowd of Nha Trang residents have much enjoyed and highly appreciated the showcase of Korean culture and arts.