HUFLIT accepts applications for admission based on the high school transcript evaluation in the fourth roundFrom August 1st to August 22nd, 2023, Ho Chi Minh City University of Foreign Languages and Information Technology (HUFLIT) will accept applications for admission based on the results of the high school graduation exam in the fourth round of 2023 for 18 undergraduate majors under the regular system.
HUFLIT announces the guaranteed threshold for admission quality based on the method of evaluating the high school graduation exam results in 2023On July 24, 2023, the Admission Council of HUFLIT announced the guaranteed threshold for admission quality based on the method of evaluating the high school graduation exam results in 2023. This threshold is applicable to 18 undergraduate majors under the regular system, following the admission evaluation process regulated by the Ministry of Education and Training. The admission score threshold ranges from 15 to 16 points.
Instructions for candidates to apply for university admission on the portal of the Ministry of Education and Training in 2023
HUFLIT students equipped with “Valuation and Asset Management” skills
In order to provide opportunities for its members and students to accumulate more experience, specialized knowledge, and professional skills in the field of valuation and asset management, the Faculty of Economics and Finance Union and Association organized a specialized workshop on “Valuation and Asset Management” on June 5th, 2023, with the participation of nearly 500 HUFLIT members and students.
The workshop was accompanied by the presence of Mr. Nguyen The Phuong, Head of the Research and Scientific Valuation Council, Vietnam Valuation Association. During the workshop, he shared methods and models for determining the value of assets, provided additional knowledge and skills in investment at the grassroots level, and supplemented information on current labor market demands. His insights helped members and students recognize risks, master the legal framework system, uphold professional ethics, and attain high-level professional proficiency, thus enabling them to be more confident and capable of establishing mechanisms to prevent professional risks after graduation.
During the exchange and question sessions, the speaker thoroughly answered all queries from the participating members and students. Furthermore, he provided additional information about international valuation standards. He emphasized, “International valuation standards are standards that serve the implementation of valuation by using commonly recognized concepts and principles to promote transparency and consistency in valuation practices worldwide”.
He also stressed, “International valuation standards include mandatory requirements that must be followed to ensure that valuation is carried out in accordance with these standards. While some aspects of the standards do not directly or explicitly require specific actions, the fundamental concepts and principles must be considered when conducting valuation. The goal of international valuation standards is to increase the confidence of appraisers in their valuation work and the trust of users of valuation services by establishing transparent and consistent valuation practices”.
Through the workshop, the members and students of the university equipped themselves with valuable knowledge in valuation, enhancing their wealth of knowledge and understanding and boosting their confidence in their future career paths. This enabled them to build long-term plans that align with their set goals.