Quy Nhon University granted 200,000 euros for project MOMA

The Quy Nhon University received the allocated grant of nearly 200,000 euros to implement the “Research-based curriculum development in molecular and materials sciences” (MOMA) project.

With the co-sponsorship of Quy Nhon University and the MOMA Project,  “The Science Experience Day” (“Ngày hội trải nghiệm khoa học” in Vietnamese) was successfully held on the 2nd March 2019.

MOMA is a project co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ Programme, according to head of QNU’s department of science administration and international cooperation Nguyen Tien Trung.

The project will be carried out at 4 universities in Vientam, including QNU, Ha Noi National University of Education, Can Tho University and Da Nang University of Education in 3 years.

University of KU Leuven (Belgium), Twente University (The Netherlands) and Rostock Univesity (Germany) will also cooperate with the project.

The aims of MOMA project are to reinforce the staff and lab capacity, thereby enhancing quality of the education and training programmes in MMS at the four Vietnamese tertiary education providers and to increase the number of students enrolling in science disciplines yearly. 

Khanh Huan

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