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 TVU – 14 April 2016, in collaboration with two Canadian interns, the Department of International Collaboration and Project Promotion officially launched a series of Canadian – Vietnamese cultural exchange activities lasting from April to June 2016.


Ms. Jill Deighan introduces multi-cultures in Canada to the students

The first cultural exchange activity was organized at the Lab School for “multi-cultures in Canada” on 14 April with the participation of more than 150 high school students.

Two Canadian interns, Ms.Jill Deighan and Ms. Karissa Chandrakate, in turn conducted exciting and meaningful presentations ranging from multi-cultural features in Canada including the diversity of Canadian cultures to the global issues such as climate change.

In response to the Canadian volunteers, the Vietnamese high school students joyfully used English to introduced Vietnamese culture such as food, languages, and traditional holidays.

The students were also interested in seeking for practical advise from Ms. Karissa, an environmental engineering major working on climate change projects, on how to carry out environmentally friendly activities in the classrooms and at home.

This activity is one of the three cultural exchange activities initiated by TVU’s offices in collaboration with Canadian volunteers and interns to promote mutual understanding between students and academics of the two nations. The up-coming cultural sharing events are going to be conducted on 12 May and 09 June 2016.

By: Ngoc – Tai, Huynh


Ms.Karissa Chandrakate presents global climate change


Students share Vietnamese culture to the interns


Students are interested in difference between the two cultures



TVU - A delegation led by Mr. Steven Starmans,  Coordinator Projects and Research, Delta Areas and Resources, Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences, paid a visit to Tra Vinh University on 6 April, 2016 to look into possible co-operation in joint research, academic exchange and climate  change adaption.


TVU’s representatives, composed of Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, the Vice- rector, Dr. Pham Kim Long, the Head of Science and Technology Department, Dr. Lam Thai Hung, the Dean of School of Agriculture and Aquaculture and other relevant offices, warmly welcomed the delegation.  

On the behalf of Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences, Mr. Starmans expressed his interests in establishing joint research projects co-operated with TVU’s potential faculties and experts in fields of agriculture and fisheries as well as climate change adaption.

In-depth discussions on worrying issues of the widespread soil salification in Tra Vinh City and nearby areas in the Mekong Delta were also carried by the two sides. As a proposal to tackle such problems, Mr. Starmans suggested creating an academic forum for the exchange of professional knowledge and technology between staff of the two universities. 

Representing for Tra Vinh University, Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung expressed his pleasure and confidence in further co-operation between the two sides in not only joint research programs on climate change but also more fields such as academic exchange.




Mr. Starmans expresses his interests in co-operation opportunities


By: Ngoc-Tai, Huynh 

TVU – On March 21, Consul General of Canada to Vietnam Richard Bale and the delegation visited Tra Vinh University (TVU). Assoc. Prof. Pham Tiet Khanh, TVU Rector warmly welcomed the Consul General and delegation.

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 “TVU is friendly learning environment with large and green campuses and spacious buildings. We are impressed by TVU achievements during the past 15 years thanks to the support of Canadian government. From a community college, TVU has made fast development including training scale and number of students”, said Consul General.  



Assoc. Prof. Pham Tiet Khanh highly appreciated the Consul General’s visit. The visit confirms the tightened relation between Canada and Vietnam in general; and TVU and Consulate General of Canada to Vietnam in particular.


The Consul General also took this great opportunity to visit Canadian experts and volunteers who have been working in this university.


This was the first time for the Consul General to visit TVU after his inauguration. After the meeting, the Consul General planted trees in TVU campus.


The Consulate General of Canada


The Consulate General of Canada opened in 1997 and today offers consular, trade, and visa services to its clients. The Consulate’s trade commissioners offer expertise in a variety of sections, supporting Canadian companies looking to do business in Vietnam and Vietnamese companies interested in the Canadian market.  Promoting Canadian education is a priority of the Consulate General. 



Consul General delivers his speech at the meeting






Consul General and TVU Rector Board plant trees in TVU campus



(TVU) – Dr. Nguyen Hoang Giap, Director of Global Vietnam Technology Joint Stock Company (VTG CORP.) and Dr. Nguyen Thien Nghia, TVU Vice Rector signed a MOU on February 1, 2016 on sponsoring for electronics technology devices and co-founding VTG Corp- TVU Automation Research Center in Tra Vinh University.



Modern facilities are to serve researching and training affairs. The center’s model plays an important role in connecting the university to enterprises and promoting students’ creativity.


Dr. Nguyen Thien Nghia, TVU Vice Rector expressed his gratitude to the company for the sponsor and co-founding. “The establishment of Automation Research Center is indispensable for training and research of TVU. We look forward to its development as well as fruitful co-operation between TVU and VTG CORP in electronics and automation”, said the Vice Rector.


 “Through co-operation agreement between TVU and VTG Corp, students of School of Engineering and Technology have great opportunity to approach advanced devices. This contributes to the development of future scientists and engineers”, emphasized Dr. Nguyen Hoang Giap, Director VTG Corp.



Dr. Nguyen Hoang Giap (left) and Dr. Nguyen Minh Hoa (middle), Dean of the School discuss co-operation opportunities at the Center.


(TVU) – Teaching Contest was held on Feb 16 and 17, 2016 at School of Education. This competition attracted many students from several classes of pre-school and primary education.


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It is annual contest of School of Education in the purpose of students’ intellectual development. This is also good opportunity for them to practice their teaching skills as well as teaching methods and apply them into real working environment.  


There are many challenging parts in the contest including self- introduction, teaching knowledge, making a lecture, problem solving, aptitude and eloquence.


“Theory and practice have to be combined. The competition helps the students to develop their teaching compentency and learn new things from teachers and friends. This contest requires students’ creativity, activeness and teaching compentence”, said Ms Lam Thi Bach Tuyet, Dean of School of Education.  


School of Education

School of Education is one of 12 schools of TVU. The School offers the three and four year- teacher training courses on preschool education, primary education, secondary school and high school. The school also provides short courses on teaching skills and methods for lecturers at colleges and universities. There are three departments under the school including Music- Painting, Pre-school Education and Primary Education.



 (TVU) – Feb 17, 2016. Ms. Karissa Nandana Chandrakate and Ms. Meghan Lindsay Brockington, Marine Institute (MI) interns, Canada have undertaken their work at Tra Vinh University (TVU) for six months since Feb 17. 



Dr. Nguyen Thien Nghia, TVU Vice Rector (second from the left to right) warmly welcomes the two interns

This intern exchange program is under the framework of academic collaboration between TVU and MI.


Ms. Karissa Nandana Chandrakate is working on projects about climate change adaption at Center for Climate Change Adaptation Research and Community Development Support while Ms. Meghan Lindsay Brockington is responsible for holding seminars and workshops on enhancing people’s awareness about food safety at Center for Post Harvest Technology.


MI and TVU have tightened friendship and co-operation relations for many years. MI sends experts and interns to the university for academic exchange and research annually. MI also offers many scholarships and academic development programs to TVU students.


Marine Institute

As a campus of Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Fisheries and Marine Institute is Canada’s most comprehensive centre for education, training, applied research and industrial support for the ocean industries.


The Marine Institute provides more than 20 industry-driven programs ranging from technical certificates to master’s degrees. In addition to undergraduate and graduate degrees, the Institute offers advanced diplomas, diplomas of technology and technical certificates.


TVU – 1 Feb, 2016. The International Sustainable Development 2016 Project between Tra Vinh University (TVU) and Swinburne University of Technology (SUT),Australia has left positive outcomes for sustainability. TVU Rector Assoc. Prof. Pham Tiet Khanh announced this in the closing ceremony on 22 January.  



             Assoc. Prof. Pham Tiet Khanh (right) and

              Dr. Francois Malherbe, SUT (left) sign MOU


During the 14 day long activities, 16 SUT students and 18 TVU students were divided into six groups to make surveys about environment in TVU. Then they planned to improve environment as well as enhance awareness to everyone in environment protection.


These students took a trip to high schools to help them plant trees and hold seminars on green environment.


 “The activities of this project make TVUgreener. One of useful ways of environment protection is to reuse waste resources. The activities help the students of the two universities learn different cultures of Vietnam and Australia”, said Student Gamil Yeung, SUT.


 “The program helps me improve my English and be more confident through communicating with international friends. I really enjoy activities for environment protection including painting and garbage picking as well as helping families to harvest purple onions and beans. These activities also teach me how to usefully protect environment”, Student Kien Thi Cam Tien of TVU expressed.


 With the good outcomes of this project, TVU and SUT continued to sign MOU for further environment protection.



 Students deliver presentations on how to protect environment.


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Students help families to harvest beans


 Tra Vinh University (TVU) 30 high school students in Tra Vinh province have learnt English at School of Foreign Languages for the next two years according to “English Access Microscholarship Program”.




The beneficiaries of this project receive full scholarships for learning English at the university. They only spend two evenings at class per week, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, for this program.  Beyond class hours, they have opportunity to join extracurricular activities and fieldtrips. Both their class time and extracurricular hours, they have many great chances to communicate with international volunteers and experts.


 “After two years, these students certainly gain basic English skills. This program helps them be more active and confident to communicate with native speakers”,  said Dr. Nguyen Thi Phuong Nam, Dean of School of Foreign Languages.


 English Access Microscholarship Program” has been implemented in Tra Vinh University for the next two years, from Dec 5 2015 to Dec 5 2017, as the signed agreement by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, Tra Vinh University Rector and Director Beverly H. Attallah, Global Connections, the United States Department of State, Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs.


                Communication Skills Practice in English



                  English Speaking Club Participation

 (TVU) – In the evening of 17 December, Get Together 2015 “May we, Mais oui” was taken place in Campus 1.


This special event attracted around 1,000 current students and many alumni, foreign students, international interns and experts as well as TVU lecturers and managers.  



      Dr. Nguyen Thien Nghia delivers his speech   

In the opening speech, Dr. Nguyen Thien Nghia, TVU Vice Rector offered his greetings and warm wishes to the volunteers and students in this Christmas season.  


“For Western culture, Christmas Eve is the very important moment for family members to gather. And this evening is a great opportunity for TVU to send our sincere greetings to you all, TVU family’s members”, said the Vice Rector.


Filipino intern Kenneth Shane Cuevas expressed It is my pleasure to perform the play and sing songs with Vietnamese students. It is my great time”.


“It is wonderful to relive the days of my student time in TVU”, alumnus Lam Nhan Thien said.


Dr. Nguyen Thi Phuong Nam, Dean of School of Foreign Languages, Head of Organization Board  highly evaluated the students’ creativity through their impressive performance.


Filipino interns’ performance



French lecturers’ performance



TVU students’ performance 

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