On October 29, 2023, Tan Tao University (TTU) solemnly held the “Graduation and degree awarding ceremony for New Doctors and New Bachelors”. Among them, only new Bachelor Vuong Thao Nguyen won the TTU President’s Honor Award worth 100 million VND.
TTU President’s Honor Award is an Honorable Award from the President of Tan Tao University to honor and encourage students who have tried and excelled throughout the study process as well as actively participating in movement activities at TTU wishes to support and promote these excellent students to continue pursuing their study and research careers at the graduate level.
On August 27, Vuong Thao Nguyen went to Finland to intern for 3 months under the guidance of Professors and Doctors from Aalto University in Espoo, Finland. Here, Vuong Thao Nguyen takes on the position of Research Assistant, mainly focusing on the field of artificial intelligence, especially the topic “Machine learning service orchestration”.
At the Graduation Ceremony, new Bachelor Vuong Thao Nguyen connected online from Finland after being decided to receive the TTU President Honor Award to share his learning process at Tan Tao University as well as his efforts to get there. achievements: “Receiving this prestigious award is not only my own honor but also a testament to Tan Tao University’s noble heart and far-sighted vision for education and Nurturing the young generation of Vietnam. From the first days of studying at Tan Tao University Gifted High School (TTS), from the age of 15 until this moment, the unconditional trust and support of TTS and TTU in children like me has always been is a lighthouse and source of inspiration that illuminates and guides my path, I am extremely grateful for this.”
Dean of SIT – PhD. Cao Tien Dung commented on Thao Nguyen: “You are always a potential factor in the department, at the top of the class in many subjects, always showing a good learning spirit, capable of creative exploration, and quick adaptation in many environments.” work school. That’s why I chose Thao Nguyen to do internship and research in Finland. When Thao Nguyen received this Honorable Award, I felt very proud and believed that she would continue to improve and achieve more success thanks to her perseverance and efforts.”
Among the 61 graduates in this batch, 10 new bachelors graduated with excellent grades, 18 new bachelors graduated with excellent grades and 30 new bachelors graduated with good grades. In addition, in the group of new graduates, there are bachelors who are participating in study and research in Finland and Australia attending the ceremony online.