Vietnam National University College of Social Science Called on NTNU
Vietnam National University College of Social Science called on NTNU on the 27th of February. Vice Principal Tran Thi Minh Hoa led director and vice director of Department of Vietnamese Studies and Linguistic Nguyen Thien Nam and Nguyen Van Chinh, Vice director of Office of International Affairs Tran Thuy Anh, and director of Center of Mandarin Teaching Nghiem Thuy Hang to call on NTNU and sign the exchange cooperation agreement.
Vietnam National University was established on the 10th of December 1993. They combined some colleges, schools, higher education institutes, and some important research centers in the fields of language, social science, economy, law, education, business, and information technology in 2001. The main task of the university was to cultivate high quality researchers and develop new technology. It was one of the hugest universities in Vietnam.
NTNU signed the cooperation with “Natural Science University” and “Foreign Language University” in Vietnam National University. They had signed the cooperation agreement with approximately 100 universities, higher education institutes, research center, and educational organization, including the international certified universities in China, United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, Japan, and Korea.
NTNU Principal Chang Kuo En, director of Office of International Affairs Chen Chiu Lan, the dean of College of International Studies and Education for Overseas Chinese Pan Chao Yang, and the dean of Graduate Institute of Chinese as a second Language Tseng Chin Chin received the guests from Vietnam. Principal Chang highly approved Vietnam National University’s outstanding research result in social science field and expected NTNU would have more cooperation chance in the future.
Vice Principal of Vietnam National University College of Social Science Professor Tran Thi Minh Hoa proposed that NTNU could hold the seminars of environmental changing and solving and higher education university management with Vietnam National University College of Social Science in the future. NTNU Professor Chang Kuo En indicated that NTNU had made a lot of effort on protecting the environment. As for the education, 17% of principals in Taiwan were graduated from NTNU. He believed NTNU could provide resources and experiences in the seminars.