HCMUT and Dow Vietnam Reinforces the Relationship between University and Enterprise

9:47:32 AM | 5/13/2022

Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) organized the Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony between Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Dow Chemical Vietnam Limited Liability Company (Dow Vietnam).

Previously, HCMUT and Dow Vietnam has collaborated in several significant activities, focusing on organizing specialized conferences and sponsoring innovation startup competitions for students.

Today, through the signing of this MoU, HCMUT and Dow Vietnam have officially reinforced  the relationship between University and Enterprise, laid a foundation of sustainable and long-term cooperation, continue to develop and expand a number of cooperation activities such as: participating in the Public-Private Collaboration towards a circular economy in plastic waste management, enhancing society awareness about plastic waste, educating on behavior change, implementing programs for sustainable development, research and development cooperation, STEM innovation activities for students, supporting internships and other recruitment activities.

At the signing ceremony, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mai Thanh Phong – President of HCMUT said, “It is our pleasure to welcome Dow Vietnam as one of our strategic partners, opening a new chapter in our collaboration. We do hope to continue accompanying Dow Vietnam in contributing to the sustainable development of our society, and nurturing generations of Vietnam young talents.”

Mr. Jon Penrice, President of Dow in Asia- Pacific shared, “We are very delighted to partner with a highly recognized Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology. With the MOU signed today, we strongly believe that the relationship between Dow and Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology will be further strengthened, and we really expect that the working team would develop a detailed action plan for practical and effective collaboration, especially the sustainability programs and building the future workforce for the chemical industry.”   

T.H (Vietnam Business Forum)