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UFM new students feel highly enthusiastic to start school year 2017
  • On July 27, 2017, the University of Finance - Marketing (UFM) held a round table on "Reviewing, updating and adjusting the curriculum of Master’s Degree in Finance and Banking" with the attendance of UFM President, Dr. Hoang Duc Long, Vice-President, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Huu Hong Thai, Vice-President, Dr. Dang Thi Ngoc Lan, Heads and Deputies of departments directly under UFM, representatives of universities offering Master's degree in Finance and Banking, leaderships of enterprises and state management agencies state in HCMC Ho Chi Minh City together with a large number of students and alumni of UFM’s Finance and Banking courses

    Scene of round-table talks

  • Speaking at the meeting, Dr. Hoang Duc Long emphasized that the consultation of education experts, scientists at home and abroad as well as business leaders on the Master's degree program in Finance and Banking is very important and helpful because based on that, the university will improve its training programs to enhance the quality, better meeting the needs of business enterprises and state management agencies, thus contributing to boosting the country's economy growing strongly, especially contributing to building its own brand of providing Master’s in Finance & Banking at UFM.

    Dr. Hoang Duc Long chairs the meeting
    Delegates at the meeting

  • Through the meeting, the University Management Board also listened to the sharing of practical experience of various universities in Ho Chi Minh City. At the same time, this was a forum for scientists, experts and business leaders to discuss and propose optimal solutions for the development of the Master’s programs in Finance & Banking.

    Delegates speak at the meeting

  • It is known that in addition to its undergraduate training programs, UFM has been officially assigned to provide master's degrees in Business Administration and Finance - Banking since 2011. UFM has annually provided more than 150 master’s holders, meeting the needs of businesses and the society with highly qualified human resources.

    Source: UFM’s Vietnamese Website