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Wednesday, 18 December 2013 08:31

English Club glowing in the Flames of Hope

Contact: Foreign Languages Department, Tel: 074 3855 246 (ext 237).


TRA VINH, 17.12.2013 – With the familiar sound of “Until You”, the airy duet between unlikely pairing of English lecturer Benjamin David Kahn and second-year English student Duong San was all the rage on Tra Vinh University’s campus 1 in the night of December 16. After a modern dance performance of “My heart goes shalala lala, shalala in the morning” by year-3 English students, the duet rocked the live audience of more than 300 students, parents and faculty members with their amazing voices singing “Feels like nobody ever loved me until you loved me.”

 

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Teacher Benjamin (left)  “Feels like nobody ever touched me
until you touched me.”

"’Get-Together’ is an annual student fun activity of the English Club on the campus of Tra Vinh University in the Christmas time. It has become a time and place to get together with students and staff to explore all of the uses of the English language,” said Thach Thi Dan, Tra Vinh University’s Vice Rector in her opening speech of the Get-Together event.


This special 10th anniversary of the English Club kicked off with a cool contemporary dance “Baby one more time” performed by Year-3 English students of TVU Foreign Languages Department, followed by more than ten entertainment scenes featuring music, plays, fanciful costumes procession, and dances.


This year's Get-Together theme - "Flames of Hope" - spotlights the importance of creative thinking and a joy of learning for TVU students. The theme was featured in the play “Cinderella” fantastically performed by students alongside visiting lecturers from the U.S.


“We are excited that our students have the opportunity to learn and work with prestigious English teachers from all over the world,” said Dr Nguyen Thi Phuong Nam, Deputy Dean and Head of Foreign Languages Department. “The work teachers and students from the Department of Foreign Languages have done is very impressive, for this I thank them all and wish them well for the forthcoming year.”

 


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The English Club’s “Flames of Hope” was not complete without the beloved Christmas carol “Christmas Mash-up” mixed with dance beats by a group of Filipino students, who are currently studying at TVU. The enthusiasm and spirit of the performers touched the hearts of everyone present! Together they soon had the crowd clapping, hissing and calling out their exciting.

 

Members of the Club all gave this year’s Get-Together a truly unique blend of culture, music, and entertainment flavor. It was altogether an inspired and mesmerising show.

 

Last night’s stunning experience was the result of a month’s hard work by teams of students and faculty members in the Department of Foreign Languages. They all really made a fine impression in the light of a full moon over the campus.

 

ABOUT TRA VINH UNIVERSITY

 

Tra Vinh University (often referred to as TVU) is a public university located in the city of Tra Vinh, a beautiful green city of trees, parks, rice fields, and rivers in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta. TVU has grown from Tra Vinh Community College and earned the university status in 2006. More than 20,000 students are at present enrolled at TVU’s 11 faculties.

 

With its mission ‘bringing quality learning opportunity to the community’, TVU offers a wide range of programs from nationally recognised vocational qualifications to postgraduate degree levels. In addition, the University runs a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in partnership with internationally recognised higher education institutions including Canada’s Vancouver Island and Southern Leyte (Philippines) universities.

 

News by Center for Communication and Public Promotion.

Contact: Huynh Sang. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Phone:(+84) 743 855 246 (187)

 

Tra Vinh, November 13, 2013, Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, TVU Rector warmly welcomed NSCC delegation including Ms. Claudine Lowry, Dean of Organizational Learning; Ms. Katie Orr, Director, NSCC International; and Ms. Kellie McMullin, International Learning Associate, NSCC International Program.

 

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At the meeting, TVU has informed NSCC about the contribution and achievement of Ms. Cynthia Rogers, NSCC faculty during her voluntary time at TVU. Along with working on volunteering affairs, the two institutions have discussed co-operation opportunities and possibilities on faculty and student exchange.

 

Nova Scotia Community College

Nova Scotia Community College is a province-wide system of training and education established in 1988. The College operates on a philosophy of open access to Nova Scotians needing occupational training. While the level of programming is post-secondary, upgrading programs are available to those who have not completed their high school education, enabling them to enter the post-secondary programs. Customized training programs for business, industry and government agencies form a major component of the activity on every campus. The 13 campuses making up this system were brought together as a result of the merger of existing vocational and technical institutions in the province.

 

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         TVU and NSCC expressed their cooperative willingness

 

By Center for Communication and Public Promotion

 

Contact: Huynh Sang. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Phone: (+84) 743 855 246 (187)

 

Tra Vinh, November 11, 2013, Dr. Stella Marie D. Consul, Dean of Education Faculty and Mr. Nonilon B. Consul, Supervisor of Tomas Oppus Campus, Southern Leyte State University (SLSU) accompanied the five interns to Tra Vinh University (TVU). Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, TVU Rector warmly welcomed the delegation.


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It was the strategic visit under the agreed framework between TVU and SLSU on staff and student exchange. The five interns majored in education involve

 

 1. Miss Ruchene Jane C. Biong

 2. Mr. Kiven Meco R. Luzano

 3. Mr. Jade O. Castillo

 4. Mr. Mark B. Galdo

5.  Miss Chindy Lee P. Lopez      

 

The five interns experience from November, 2013 to January 31, 2014 atthe three units including Center of International Cooperation in Education and Training, High School Lab and Resource Development Institute, TVU.

 

 

                                             By Center for Communication and Public Promotion 

 

After 100 years of establishement and development, Southern Khmer Du ke Drama Artplay an important role in Vietnamese traditional arts. As its unique values, the special arts have fallen into Vietnamese people’s hearts in general and Khmer persons’ in particular.


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The Arts have been listed as one of cultural heritages by Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and it is going to be submitted to UNESCO for its internationally cultural heritage recognition.  

 

To have clearer and deeper understanding about its interesting origin and outstandingly developmental history as well as to figure out practical orientation and appropriate solutions for its preservation and promotion, the scientific workshop on “Southern Khmer Du ke Drama Arts, Nationally Cultural Heritage” will be held on November 12, 2013 at Tra Vinh University located in the city of Tra Vinh, a beautiful green city of trees, parks, rice fields, and rivers in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta by Southwest Steering Committee, Department of Ethnic and Religious Affairs, VTV Can Tho, Tra Vinh Provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Tra Vinh University (TVU).

  

  News by Center for Communication and Public Promotion, TVU

Contact: Vo Thi Diem Thuy. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Tel: (+84) 743 855. 246 (156)

 

Tra Vinh, September 27th , 2013-  On September 25th and 26th, Ms. Marie Eve Morin, Academic Advisor, Multicultural Education Center, Marie-Victorin College and the delegation paid a visit to Tra Vinh University (TVU) to explore collaboration opportunities between the institutions.

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This visit was not only for working with TVU faculties and students but also for meeting the member colleges and universities of Vietnam Association of Community Colleges (VACC). In the friendly atmosphere, all parties had mutual learning and wonderful exploration about the interesting histories, institutional capacity, strategic vision, mysterious development process and cooperative potential, especially in training affairs between Marie-Victorin College and TVU as well as VACC’s institutions.   

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Marie-Victorin College and VACC’s member institutions expressed their cooperative willingness

Marie-Victorin College and TVU had a fruitful discussion about cooperative potential in training affairs


 Marie-Victorin College

Marie-Victorin College was founded in 1965 as a teachers’ college specializing in teacher training. In 1969, the institution became a private college providing general education and professional training. In 1993, the Quebec government acquired the College and made it the province’s 47th public college. The Multicultural Education Center was established in the summer of 2002. The mission of the Multicultural Education Center is to provide a variety of college programs to students from various ethnic backgrounds in order to prepare their successful and customized transition to university studies or to integrate the job market.

 

Vietnam Association of Community Colleges

Vietnam Association of Community Colleges is a social- professional organization, representing a common voice of universities, colleges and other training institutions following the community college model in Vietnam. The organization runs for common benefits and growth of the whole organization as well as of each member so as to promote and develop a lifelong-learning model that makes a positive contribution to socio- economic development of Vietnam.

 

Tra Vinh University

Tra Vinh University (often referred to as TVU) is a public university located in the city of Tra Vinh, a beautiful green city of trees, parks, rice fields, and rivers in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta. TVU has grown from Tra Vinh Community College and earned the university status in 2006. More than 20,000 students are at present enrolled at TVU’s 11 faculties. With its motto ‘bringing quality learning opportunity to community’, TVU offers a wide range of programs from nationally recognised vocational qualifications to postgraduate degree levels. In addition, the University runs a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in partnership with internationally recognised higher education institutions including Canada’s Vancouver Island and Southern Leyte (Philippines) universities.

 

Contact: Drs Phuong Nam & Ho Dac Tuc, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Tel: 074 3855 246 (ext 237)

 

TRA VINH 15.9.2013 – Tra Vinh University is proud to announce that it is Vietnam’s newest Cambridge-ESOL exam centre.

 

“We are very pleased to announce that Tra Vinh University has recently been fully approved as a Cambridge ESOL Exam Centre,” says Dr Pham Tiet Khanh, Rector of Tra Vinh University and President of Vietnam Association of Community Colleges.

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“The University is not only committed to providing our students with the very best academic programs and facilities but also recognises the need to offer the community in Tra Vinh province a wider range and choice of quality English programs. The University is now authorised to run ESOL preparation classes and examinations for all candidates, which help to raise the standard of English in Tra Vinh,” Dr Pham Tiet Khanh adds.

 

Tra Vinh University has effectively used the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for language learning, teaching and assessment from the academic year 2012-2013.

 

All Cambridge English exams are aligned with the levels described by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Cambridge ESOL was involved in the development of this standard.

 

Cambridge ESOL is a department of the 800 year-old University of Cambridge. All of its examinations are the most valuable range of English qualifications in the world.

 

Dr Pham Tiet Khanh attributes this phenomenal achievement to the University’s focus on quality in every aspect of its academic operation and relationships, facility improvements, and the University’s core values including community-based quality learning opportunity.

 

Tra Vinh University now receives support from Cambridge ESOL in a number of ways, including having access to Cambridge ESOL publications, exam instructions booklets, handbooks, and training materials.

 

Tra Vinh University will shortly offer a wide range of examination courses for students of all ages and abilities, namely the Key English Test (KET), the Preliminary English Test (PET), First Certificate in English (FCE), and the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE). These certificates are truly international certificates and valid for life.

 

Dr Nguyen Thi Phuong Nam, Head of Tra Vinh University’s Department of Foreign Languages, says: "We went through a rigorous approval process to achieve our University of Cambridge ESOL Examination Centre status. We are delighted that we have responded to community needs by providing accreditated qualifications to all candidates in the Mekong Delta region.”

 

Tra Vinh University proposes to organise in collaboration with Cambridge ESOL a series of seminars on the CEFR standard, aiming at contributing to the knowledge and understanding of language teaching and assessment for the University’s lecturers.

 

“Cambridge ESOL has confidence in Tra Vinh University’s strong reputation and academic quality. The University will greatly contribute to the growth of Cambridge ESOL centres in Tra Vinh province and throughout of Vietnam,” Cambridge ESOL says in an official letter to the Rector of Tra Vinh University.

 

ABOUT TRA VINH UNIVERSITY

Tra Vinh University (often referred to as TVU) is a public university located in the city of Tra Vinh, a beautiful green city of trees, parks, rice fields, and rivers in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta. TVU has grown from Tra Vinh Community College and earned the university status in 2006. More than 20,000 students are at present enrolled at TVU’s 11 faculties.

With its motto ‘bringing quality learning opportunity to community’, TVU offers a wide range of programs from nationally recognised vocational qualifications to postgraduate degree levels. In addition, the University runs a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in partnership with internationally recognised higher education institutions including Canada’s Vancouver Island and Southern Leyte (Philippines) universities.

 

 Contact: Hong Kel. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Tel:+84-743 855246 (144)


TRA VINH, August 6th, 2013 – Mr. Roshan Cooke, Regional Environment and Climate Specialist, Asia and the Pacific Region, the IFAD representative paid a visit to TVU, which aimed to explore cooperative possibilities in agriculture and rural development.  

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On this occasion, Mr. Roshan Cooke had clearer understanding about activities for sustainable agriculture development and climate change adaptation of the Faculty of Agriculture and Aquaculture.

 

Mr. Roshan Cooke was really impressed by farming models to water conservation and foreign breeding testing including sugar-cane, sweet potatoes and mushrooms. The successful models which resulted from its sufficient human resource and facilities targeted to poor farmers and Khmer people to help them improve their economic condition. Therefore, Mr. Roshan Cooke expressed his pleasure for cooperative possibilities on these issues. After the meeting, he eagerly took a tour around the campus including areas for tissue culture.

 

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)


IFAD, a specialized agency of the United Nations, was established as an international financial institution in 1977. IFAD has focused exclusively on rural poverty reduction, working with poor rural populations in developing countries to eliminate poverty, hunger and malnutrition; raise their productivity and incomes; and improve the quality of their lives.


Tra Vinh University (TVU)


TVU was Tra Vinh Community College (TVCC) which was established in 2001 under Vietnam Canada Community College Project. TVU has been upgraded from TVCC since 2006. There are 11 faculties and over 20,000 students. TVU offers multi levels including articulation courses and variety of flexible learning. Its mission is to provide skilled human resource and applied research.

Contact: Vinh Dong. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Tel: + 84-743 855 246 (144)

 

TRA VINH, August 2nd, 2013 – Three volunteers from World University Service of Canada (WUSC) have accomplished their duties at TVU.

 

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From right to left: 2. Mr. Mamoon Chakkansuri;3.

Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Vice Rector;4. Ms.

Meghan McMorris; 6. Mr. David Alexander Paul Martinello

Mr. Mamoon Chakkansuri, Ms. Meghan McMorris and Mr. David Alexander Paul Martinello worked at TVU from May 23rd  to July 30th, 2013. During their working time, they offered many practical and useful ideas for the project of “Green University”, curriculum development and teaching innovation. Because of the friendly and professional working environment, they expressed their thirst for  next contribution to TVU.    

Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Vice Rector acknowledged and highly evaluated their efforts to TVU development. He expected that TVU has opportunity to receive more support from volunteers in education, culture and projects in near future.     


 


World University Service of Canada (WUSC)


WUSCis a leading Canadian non-profit organization in international development, committed to building a more equitable and sustainable world. WUSC works with a unique and powerful network of post-secondary institutions, private-sector partners and volunteers to provide education, employment and empowerment opportunities that improve the lives of millions of disadvantaged youth around the world.

 

Tra Vinh University (TVU)


TVU was Tra Vinh Community College (TVCC) which was established in 2001 under Vietnam Canada Community College Project. TVU has been upgraded from TVCC since 2006. There are 11 faculties and over 20,000 students. TVU offers multi levels including articulation courses and variety of flexible learning. Its mission is to provide skilled human resource and applied research.

 

Contact: Huynh Sang. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Tel: + 84 - 743 855. 246 (156)

 

TRA VINH, August 2nd, 2013 – Under the co-operative framework between ITC and TVU, two full scholarships were awarded to TVU students through competitive exams by ITC on August 2, 2013.

 

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TVU expressed their gratitude to ITC for awarding

the scholarships to TVU students

Twelve TVU students in different majors took exams on mathematics, physics and culture. Besides, their English and Khmer skills were assessed to see if they were eligible for the scholarships.

The two successful candidates will be awarded Bachelor’s degree by ITC, provided that they accomplish their four year studies at the Institute. So far there are four TVU students who are learning at ITC with free dormitory and 200 USD for their monthly allowance.   

 

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The candidates focused on their exam

The candidates were very confident in their interview

 

To Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Vice Rector, ITC is one of strategic partners of TVU. On this occasion, he sent his best regards to Dr. Om Romny, Director General of ITC and ITC family.

 

Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC)


ITC is a Cambodian Higher Education Institution which was founded in 1964 and supported by cooperation between the Cambodia and the former Soviet Union. More than 10000 executive members have been graduated from ITC. They are currently working intensely on the economic and social infrastructure development of Cambodia.

 

Tra Vinh University (TVU)


TVU was Tra Vinh Community College (TVCC) which was established in 2001 under Vietnam Canada Community College Project. TVU has been upgraded from TVCC since 2006. There are 11 faculties and over 20,000 students. TVU offers multi levels including articulation courses and variety of flexible learning. Its mission is to provide skilled human resource and applied research.

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