HA NOI — The Ministry of Education and Training and the Arizona State University yesterday signed an agreement to implement the expanded phase of the Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program between 2013 and 2017.
The expanded phase, worth US$4million, will focus on innovative instruction methods, curriculum development and English improvement for technical universities to boost the modernisation of engineering education.
Around 1,000 faculty members will benefit from the investment.
The programme, which was originally implemented in 2010 with financial support from the United States Agency for International Development and Intel Corporation, aims to produce a highly-trained workforce for high-tech industries. — VNS