International cooperation activities with the academic sector (universities, research institutes) are considered to be an important role in the development of the School for both training and scientific research in the direction of integration and internationalization. Since the establishment, there have been close collaboration between the School with European, North American, Japanese and Korean academic institutions. Currently, School of Information and Communication Technology has been expanding these partnership in the direction of diversification, multilateralization, utilizing international resources to quickly develop the team and improve the quality of training and scientific research
- Cooperate with many foreign partners in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Finland, Belgium, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. From this, many topics of national collaboration has been developed as a protocol proposal with Germany, Italy, Japan, Taiwan, the topic financed by ASEAN-IVO (Singapore, Japan), the Nafosted Bilateral Project Vietnam-Germany, Vietnam-Belgium, etc.
- Establish good partnerships with developed sectors such as Torino Polytechnic University (Italy), Catalunya Polytechnic University (Spain), Regensburg University for Applied Science (OTH, Germany), Japan National Informatics Institute (Japan), Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST, Korea), Sydney University of Technology (UTS, Australia), University of Technology and Agriculture (Japan) and Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), in order to send graduate and postgraduate students to short-term internships, co-guide postgraduate students and thereby build relationship in researches between the Institute’s groups and partners.
- Cooperate with Shibaura University, Nagoya University (Japan) in organizing summer schools on IoT, Big Data, Robotics to provide professional knowledge for lecturers and students, as well as enhance collaboration in exchanging students and officials of the School.
- Double-degree training: learners can attend two universities to get awarded by both if meeting the graduation requirements
- Cooperate with Torino Polytechnic University (Italy), and Catalunya Polytechnic University (Barcelona Tech, Spain) in PhD training. PhD. Nguyen Dinh Thuan has been awarded a Doctorate by both Hanoi University of Technology and Torino University of Technology.
- Cooperate with Uppsala University in training dual-degree engineers. Students can learn for 3 years under the Global ICT Program and 1 year at Upsalla. They will be awarded by both university if meeting the graduation requirements
- Cooperate with Aizu University (Japan) in bachelor’s degree training. Students can learn for 2 years in Vietnam and continue to study for 2 years in Aizu.
Thoughts of students of the School about effective learning path in foreign countries by double-degree training with partner universities.
- Cooperate with European partners in implementing international projects in training and scientific research with competitive funding sources such as FP7, Horizon 2020 and ERASMUS.