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POSTGRADUATE (MASTER) PROGRAM ON TROPICAL FISHERIES WITH INTERNATIONAL LINKAGE (ILP)
(Được đăng bởi: Pham Ngoc Bich Ngày đăng:(21-08-2017))

 

Four outstanding master students, who were selected for joining ILP Program, came Japan to take the course on tropical fisheries from 18/8/2017 to 27/9/2017.

       1.     Tran Van Khoa  – Student No. 58 CH297 (Biotechnology)

2.     Nguyen Thi Thao – Student No. 57CH058 (Food technology)

3.     Nguyen Van Manh  – Student No. 57CH045 (Aquaculture)

4.     Nguyen Thi Tuong Hanh – Student No. 57CH043 (Aquaculture)



The Postgraduate (Master) Program on Tropical Fisheries with International Linkage (ILP) is an international higher education alliance which was founded by the fishery-related postgraduate schools of Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia, Kagoshima University, Japan, University of the Philippines Visayas, and Kasetsart University, Thailand in August, 2014. With joining of Malaysia University Terengganu and Nha Trang University, Vietnam as new members, ILP is now run by six universities of six Asian countries and started accepting students in April, 2015.


This Programme forms its curriculum by sharing the characteristic subjects offered by the member schools and assumes all the students registered in the Programme at their home university as the Programme students, therefore, the member schools provide education services equal in quality to all the Programme students. The Programme students can enjoy education which is hardly conducted by one university with no additional cost and obtain credits.

The curriculum is managed the Governing Council (GC) of ILP which is comprised of representatives of the member schools under the Common Rule of ILP and guarantees the quality of its education to produce globally competitive manpower. The Common Rule has been established as it fulfil the institutional systems for higher education in the countries of member schools. The certificate of completion of ILP is granted to students who satisfy the requirements set by ILP Common Rule in addition to the master degree which is granted by their home university.