IAEA offers Vietnam nuclear plant management skills

Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has shared experience on the management of nuclear power plant project involving in the Engineering-Procurement-Construction (EPC) contract with Vietnamese relevant agencies.

Nuclear power students to have tuition fees paid

Nuclear power students to have tuition fees paid

Students who study nuclear power at domestic universities will now have their tuition and accommodation fees waived, thanks to the Government's recent draft decision.

Vietnam – Australia Power System College: Opening the 2nd class

Vietnam – Australia Power System College: Opening the 2nd class

On October 17, 2007, in Electric Power University (EPU), the Opening Ceremony of Vietnam – Australia Power System College for freshmen of the first course, second series was held. 

Electric Power University: Affirm its fame in Techmart 2007

From July 19 to July 22, in Giang Vo Exhibition Center, Hanoi, there will be the Exhibition of equipment and technology in the capital Hanoi 2007 (Techmart 2007). There will be hundreds of entrepreneurs,...

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