The 4th Intake of the AIT International Doctor of Business and Administration Program (DBA) in Vietnam was successfully organized on Friday, 4th September, 2020.
This Opening Ceremony was organized in a special way: at AIT in Vietnam-Ho Chi Minh office, and live online with AIT in Vietnam (Ha Noi office) and AIT in Bangkok Thai Lan.
Participated in the Ceremony were Dr. Phung Van Dong – Director of AIT Vietnam, Dr. Roger Levermore – Dean of School of Management, AIT, Dr. Badir Yourse – Head of DBA Program, Dr. Do Ba Khang – Adjunct Faculty of School of Management in Vietnam, DBA-Program Local Coordinators – Dr. Pham Thi Kim Ngoc and Ms. Dao Thanh Yen. The presence of distinguished guests: Dr. Cao Hao Thi – President of Saigon Technology University, Dr. Ngo Minh Hung – Head of the International Cooperation & Research Department – Van Lang University, Dr. Nguyen Tuan Anh, Director of NTT Institute of International Education, Mr. Le Quang Khanh – Manager of Department of International Relations, Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Mr. Le Thanh Hao and Mr. Le Thanh Quyen – Presidents and Secretary of AIT Alumni Association in Vietnam, AIT-VN staffs and all participants of the 4th intake of DBA programs in Vietnam.
The Ceremony opened with the welcome remark and brief introduction about AIT in Vietnam of the AIT in Vietnam – Dr. Dong. After that was the online opening speech to the 4th intake of DBA program in Vietnam of Dr. Roger Levermore – Dean of School of Management. Also via online modus, Dr. Badir Yourse – the Head of DBA program, had an overview presentation about the DBA program and key information. Followed were the sharing of interesting memories during program took place of Dr. Nguyen Ba Khang, Mr. Le Thanh Hao – Presidents of AIT Alumni Associate in Vietnam and Mr. Nguyen The Vinh – the DBA Alumni.
The ceremony followed by the short speech of Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Tuyen – representative of this year DBA-participants and ended with the warm buffet-dinner at AIT-VN in HCM office.
Some pictures taken from the Opening Ceremony: