Four students of VNU University of Engineering and Technology has gained Honda YES Award

 In the morning of November 30, 2013, in Hanoi, Honda YES Awards organized the ceremony to award 10 excellent Vietnamese Engineers and Young Scientists.

This is the eighth year Honda YES Awards have been presented under the cooperation of the Honda Foundation, the National Institute of Science and Technology Policy and Strategy – Ministry of Science and Technology, Honda Vietnam Company and six partner universities. They are the Hanoi University of Technology, VNU University of Engineering and Technology, VNU University of Science, Hanoi University of Transports and Communications, Danang University of Technology, Ho Chi Minh University of Technology.



This year, four out of ten students gaining HONDA Yes Award are students of VNU University of Engineering and Technology. Thus, the number of students gained the award this year was more than it was some years ago.

In the second period of the award, this year, too more students also have chances to win a Honda Yes Plus prize. Hence, there have been 8 students gained Yes Plus prize up to now.   Proudly, one out of four students of VNU-UET gained Honda Yes Plus prize worth 7,000 USD.


On November 29, 2013, Prof. Nguyen Ngoc Binh had a meeting with Mr. Kunio Nakajima - Vice-chairman, Mr. Satoshi Matsuzawa – Managing director and Ms. Eri Motoki – Project leader. The HOF delegation’s meeting was to congratulate VNU-UET in general and four students in particular. Besides, HOF also discussed and listened to some recommendations from VNU-UET students gaining Honda Yes Award in the past 8 years ago to improve Honda Yes Award in the future.               


 List of four students of VNU-UET gaining Honda Yes Award:





Chu Xuan Cuong

          Faculty of Information and Technology


Vu Thanh Tu

           Faculty of Information and Technology


Ngo Khac Hoang

           Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications


Nguyen Thi Thuy

           Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications