22 students to take part in the Master program at Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Day update: 13/12/2011

At November 2011, 22 bachelors of FPT University will officially enter the Master program which lasts two years at University of Science and Technology of Ha Noi with a tuition assistance of 50 percent. This is a program implemented under a partnership agreement between FPT University and USTH.

All of 22 FPT Students will be reduced by 50% of tuition fees for the Master program within 2 years. Photo: Ha Phuong.

Among 22 FPT students deciding to heighten their bachelor degree to master, 11 have graduated (as IT Bachelors) from the Top-up+2, a program under a partnership between FPT University and Greenwich University (United Kingdom). Specially, 8 out of the 22 are foreign students, and 11 are new Software Engineering graduates of FPT University.

All of 22 FPT Students will get a reduction of 50% in tuition fees for the Master program that lasts two years. In a recent message, Professor Pierre Sebban – Headmaster of USTH, has affirmed: “The cooperation between USTH and FPT University aims to give FPT students the best studying and researching opportunities.” This is the basis for more expansion of other remuneration modes of both universities for FPT students. 

Prior to that, at FPT University’s second Graduation Ceremony in 2011 taking place at Ha Noi Opera House on 28th July, Master of Science Nguyen Chi Mai, Dean of IT-Telecommunication of USTH announced that USTH will give 3 full scholarships for the 2-year IT Master program totally in English to the top 3 best students of FPT.

After 5 years established, FPT University has held Graduation ceremonies for two student batches. All the graduates have quickly found good jobs with domestic and foreign corporations. Many of them have chosen to take higher education. Beside supporting FPT students to search for overseas Master program scholarships, FPT University also always expand its relationships, offering its students the strongest possible support both in studying conditions and tuition fees, fostering those who wish to elevate their education after graduating.


Hai Anh
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