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As an alumnus, I think AIT is really an accountable training model for the development of Vietnam’s economy, and together with AITCV, we also want to contribute in our small roles to the service of the country.
In 1993, there were virtually no international training institute in Vietnam, so I highly appreciate the idea of the Government of Vietnam and AIT to establish an AIT branch in Vietnam (AITCV), which has made very active and effective contributions to the development of science, education and economy of Vietnam.
I am very impressed with the way the training content is organized. It is very updated and innovative. Besides, I am also very impressed with the flexibility to accommodate the needs of working managers like us.
Over the years, AIT and AITCV have supported the training of many employees of the EVN, including Master’s and Doctoral training, short- and medium-term capacity building training. There are many AIT alumni who are holding key positions, from technical experts to management/leadership positions.
We believe that the most vital factor contributing to the success of AIT is the excellence of AIT’s training programs, which contain the latest and the most important knowledge with the training style of the most advanced system.
30 years of development of AITCV also coincides with 30 years of Vietnam’s acceleration of its economic development, modernization of the management system and international integration, forming a higher education system with a larger scale and more lecturers holding masters and doctorate qualifications equivalent to those of foreign countries and very fluent in English. This is very important.