On August 30, Tenri University signed a new academic exchange agreement with Hanoi University in Vietnam.
Hanoi University–previously known as Hanoi University of Foreign Studies, which was founded in 1959–is one of the prestigious national universities in Vietnam. The university has 18 faculties and departments and has been acclaimed in the field of foreign language education both nationally and internationally. This is Tenri University’s first exchange agreement with a university in Vietnam.
Representing Tenri University, President Masahiko Iburi and Professor Toshihiro Yoshikawa, dean of the Faculty of International Studies, attended a signing ceremony held at Hanoi University. President Iburi and Hanoi University President Nguyen Dinh Luan signed the agreement.
The two universities will deepen their relationship in various fields through a range of programs including academic and educational exchanges.
Tenri University now has exchange agreements with 35 universities in 20 countries and regions in the world.