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Vietnam wants to train personnel for the nuclear industry and medicine in FEFU
The Vietnamese government is interested in increasing the number of students from their own country at the Far Eastern Federal University. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Chung Hai following the 17 meeting of the Russian-Vietnamese Intergovernmental Commission for Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation, which was held on FEFU campus on Fr. Russian. The Russian side is co-chaired by First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, the university’s press service reports.
After examining the university, answering journalists' questions, Hoang Chung Hai said he was amazed at what he saw.
“I am very impressed with Vladivostok and the university, I see great potential and opportunities for our cooperation in the field of education, in particular in training specialists on the basis of FEFU,” said the Vice Prime Minister of the Republic of Vietnam.
First of all, we are talking about training personnel for the nuclear industry of this country, in the development of which the state corporation Rosatom is actively involved. For the projects being implemented, highly qualified specialists are needed who can work on Russian equipment. Since 2014, their training will be carried out on the basis of the Far Eastern Federal University.
According to FEFU Rector Sergey Ivanets, the first group of this program includes Vietnamese students 80. At first, they will study the Russian language for a year, which is an important stage in their professional training, and then they will proceed to the direct training of the chosen specialty. The Far Eastern Federal University is already considering the possibility of launching new directions for students from Vietnam in the field of construction and operation of nuclear power plants.
Medicine is another promising area for cooperation between Russia and Vietnam. Far Eastern Federal University, which has one of the most modern clinics in the country, represents in this part an increased interest for the Vietnamese side, which was also confirmed by the Vice-Premier of the Republic of Hoang Chung Hai. After the talks, he went to the FENU Medical Center and inspected his possibilities, accompanied by Igor Shuvalov, the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation.