CFVG, a management school born
out of a Vietnamese-French governmental agreement, graduated 66 MBAs in Ho Chi
Minh City Wednesday.
With nearly 88 percent of the
graduates getting "good" and "very good" marks, this year honored CFVG's most
academically successful graduating class. The school, Franco-Vietnamese Center
for Management Training, opened in 1992.
Fourteen of the graduates plan
to continue their studies at France's leading management colleges, Gerard
Boivineau, French General Consult in HCMC, said at the event.
CFVG, which was established
based on an agreement between the French and Vietnamese agreement, is "a symbol
of success" of French training programs in Vietnam, Boivineau said.
Besides the existing MBA, Master
in Economics of Banking and Finance, and the Master in Marketing, Sales and
Services degrees, the school plans to cooperate with French universities to
launch doctoral courses, according to the University of Economics of HCMC, one
of CFVG's local partners.