Cooperate in Education

 

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Korea

Twining program for undergraduate students (3 + 1)

https://cnuint.cnu.ac.kr/cnuint/study/exchange.do

Thailand

Student exchange program

Maejo University, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University, Phayao University

 

Cooperate in research

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Belgium

1. The project collaborates with French and Belgian Universities in the field of training and research

2. Vietnam Belgium project on developing dairy cow

Norway

1. NUFU Project 25/6: Improving the ability of using by-products to raise cattle in Vietnam (1996-2000)

2. NUFU PRO Project 9/02: Improving the ability of using by-products to raise cattle in Vietnam and Laos (2002-2006)

3. NUFU PRO Project 15/07: Improving productivity and quality of beef cattle in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia (2007-2011)

France

1. Research combination on intensive farming (PRISE)

2. Breeding frogs and turtles in Hong Lac commune, Thanh Ha district, Hai Duong (2003)

FORD Foundation

Enhancing the contribution of rural women to dairy farming to increase income and contribute to sustainable agricultural development (2003-2004)

Germany

1. Building a model of unisexual tilapia farming in Yen Chau - Son La (2005-2006)

2. Researching food sources for fish used in upland areas

Hungary

Protocol topic: Building a technical performance and technology transfer point for freshwater fish culture (2002-2006)

Canada

Developing an improved model of dairy breeds

Japan

Morphological and genetic analysis of the origin of Vietnamese livestock breeds

The Netherlands

Research on animal and plant biodiversity (2006)

Australia

Researching the effective beef cattle raising

Rumania

Protocol topic on pig breeding

Denmark

Research Cooperation For Livestock-Based Sustainable Farming Systems In The Lower Mekong Basin- MEKARN

US

Developing database, nutritional value of cattle and cattle feed (2018-2019)

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