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  • Kimmage Development Studies Center, Ireland visits Tra Vinh University

  • Busan International Business Association, Korea seeks collaboration opportunity in IT with Tra Vinh University (TVU)

  • “Camp Cleat” 2015 attracts hundreds of students

  • 20th Anniversary Pitch Contest

  • Developing mangroves to provide nursery grounds for crabs enhancing local communities’ economic benefits


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Participant for the 2015 International Seminar in Hanoi

Uniterra is a major Canadian international volunteer cooperation program jointly operated by WUSC and CECI. It promotes the exchange of expertise, knowledge and know-how between volunteers from Canada and overseas partners of the global South. Uniterra strives to contribute to the improvement of the socio-economic conditions of local communities in 14 countries in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia. In November 2015, Uniterra will be hosting a two and a half-week International Seminar (IS) in Hanoi, Vietnam, which will bring...

Launch of 2015 Globalink Research Internship Student Call for Applications

Dear faculty member, Mitacs Globalink Research Internships is now accepting student applications for summer 2015! Please share the below information through your international networks to encourage international senior undergraduate students to apply for this opportunity. Globalink Research Internships provide an opportunity for international senior undergraduate students from Brazil, China, France, India, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Vietnam to travel to Canada to undertake research projects of mutual interest. 12-week research internship in summer 2015 Open to students in all disciplines Mitacs oversees matching and travel logistics and...


Hanoi – On the occasion of the World Book Day, the Embassy of Canada and Nha Nam Culture and Communication JSC today announced the visual arts competition based on the novel ‘Life of Pi’ by Canadian author Yann Martel. The competition is open to people aged 15 to 25 years old who after reading the book or watching the film ‘Life of Pi’ visually express the central messages or themes from the book or the film. The visual arts may...

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Kimmage Development Studies Center, Ireland visits Tra Vinh University

Kimmage Development Studies Center, Ireland visits Tra Vinh University

 TVU – On August 14, 2015, Mr. Patrick Marren, the Deputy Director at Kimmage Develop...

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