The Telecommunications University welcomes delegations of military attaché of countries in Vietnam
On April 5th 2017, the Telecommunications University had a meeting with military attaché of countries in Vietnam led by Colonel Mpiwa Kgotso Abiel, Defense Attaché of the Republic of South Africa.
Major General Nguyen Hoang Tuyen - Headmaster of Telecommunications University (on the left) is giving souvenirs to the head of military attaché of countries in Vietnam.
At the meeting, Major General Nguyen Hoang Tuyen - Headmaster of Telecommunications University introduced to the delegation of military attaché of countries in Vietnam about the history, traditions, functions and tasks of the university; At the same time, answer the questions of the members of the delegation on: enrollment criteria; contents, program, training process of the school; Training electronic warfare; The number of students to be trained annually; Students’ rank after graduation; Criteria for selection of officials and lecturers; The exchange of personnel with countries ...
It is known that the delegation of military attaché of countries visited and worked with Telecommunications University this time including 12 people from countries off South Africa, India, Cuba, Korea, USA, Germany, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Ukraine, and Singapore.
Telecommunications University was established in 1951. Over 65 years of construction and development, the school has trained more than 50,000 cadres, officers, and informatics technical staff for People's Army of Vietnam and some other countries in the region. In addition, the school also trained more than 2,000 civilian students to provide human resources for the industrialization and modernization of the country.