The Russian universities included the Higher School of Economics, the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, the Moscow Aviation Institute, the Ural Federation University, the Tula State University and the National Research University of Electronic Technology.
The working sessions were part of the 10th stage of a long-term education project called “Russian Universities” implemented by the Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Hanoi.
Natalia Shafinskaya, director of the centre, said the project is part of efforts to realise agreements between the two countries, while contributing to strengthening education affiliation as part of Vietnam-Russia comprehensive strategic partnership.
Representatives from Russian universities also participated in an exhibition to introduce the country’s education to Vietnamese students. The exhibition is taking place at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Hanoi from September 17-21.