DTU Awarded another MOET Emulation Banner

DTU was honored to be one of only two private universities nationwide to receive an Emulation Banner from MOET this year. This is a highly-deserved award in view of DTU’s twenty years of dedication and service to national education.
DTU receives a  MOET Emulation Banner in 2011/12
DTU has excelled in pioneering education management, new teaching methods, facility investment and international collaboration.
In 2013/14 DTU and Lac Hong University were selected to receive MOET Emulation Banner because of their significant achievements in education and research, both nationally and worldwide. In 2014, whilst Lac Hong University won the Asian-Pacific ROBOCON Cup, Duy Tan University took first place in the 2014 Asia-Pacific IDEERS contest, (Introducing and Demonstrating Earthquake Engineering Research in Schools), held in Taiwan.

Of all the private universities nationwide, Duy Tan University won the most votes for its significant accomplishments in research and international publications during the year.
This is the third year that DTU has received a MOET Emulation Banner, which will be presented on the occasion of its twentieth anniversary, taking place on November 11th 2014  at Trung Vuong Theatre in Danang. Duy Tan University was one of the first four private universities to be established in 1994.

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