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Sorbonne graduates join TVU Foreign Languages School


TRA VINH, 1.October.2014 – Diane Zorzi and Benoit Hamon, two master's degree holders in Art History and Philosophy from the Sorbonne have joined the School of Foreign Languages at the Tra Vinh University in October 2014.


Ms Bach Mai standing of the International Collaboration Office welcomes Benoit and Diane second and third from right

Ms Bach Mai (standing) of the International Collaboration Office

welcomes Benoit and Diane (second and third from right)

Both scholars assume the positions of lecturers bringing years of experience and expertise to the School.

‘We are pleased to attract these two outstanding lecturers in language, literature and the arts,’ says Dr Nguyen Thi Phuong Nam, Dean of the School. ‘It reflects the commitment of the University to enriching the academic and cultural experiences of staff and students,’ adds Dean Phuong Nam.


With a double master degree with honours, Diane Zorzi graduated from the Paris-Sorbonne University with a major of the Art History. She also holds a double degree from the Sorbonne in French Language, Literature and Art History.



Diane Zorzi was a teacher of French, and then she became a guide at the Louvre Museum. She has years of experience in journalistic writing. Prior to arriving at the TVU School of Foreign Languages, she was a lecturer at the National Institute of Art History, Paris.


Diane and Benoit
Diane and Benoit
Benoit Hamon holds a master’s degree with honours in philosophy from the Sorbonne, where he also earns his first degree in Philosophy and Modern Literature with honours. Proficient in English and German, he has dedicated his career in the fields of publishing and journalism. Prior to joining the School, Benoit was a cultural columnist for La Revue Littéraire (The Literature Journal).


‘We are seeking and engaging academic members from top universities. Together we’re committed to creating an intellectual community that inspires students and staff,’ said Dr Ho-Dac Tuc, Deputy Dean of the TVU School of Foreign Languages.


The TVU School of Foreign Languages offers Bachelor of Arts in English. Minor program is available in Mandarin. The School also offers the English language as minor to approximately 8,000 students from around the Vietnam’s Mekong Delta.


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