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 (TVU) – The 4th Asian-Australian Dairy Goat International Conference with the theme “Breeding Development of Dairy Goat for climate change adaptation” is going to be taken place from October 17 to October 19, 2018 at Tra Vinh University, Vietnam.



There will be around 200 participants who are scientists, experts and managers coming from international universities, institutions and enterprises in United States of America, Australia, Japan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand.


The conference focuses on discussions about breeding and genetics, feed and nutrition, dairy goat management, health and diseases, milk and milk products, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change adaptation.


It is a great opportunity to display the achievements on the field of dairy goat, deliver scientific reports on breeding stock, nutrition, feed, management, diseases, environment, market prices, processing technologies of milk and products from goat milk, solutions for goat breeding to adapt climate change and research proposals in the coming time.


The conference is considered as a forum for the experts, scientists and participants to share experience and search cooperating opportunities about training, research, production and services on the above issues. 



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By Diem Thuy 

TVU- Tra Vinh University delegation headed by Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Vice Rector visited collaborative universities in the Philippines from March 15 to 22, 2017. 


MoU signing ceremony between Tra Vinh University (TVU) and Central Philippine University (CPU)


TVU and CPU signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish the TVU - CPU partnership. With a history of over 100 years of establishment, the CPU takes the 28th place out of 216 Philippine universities in the 2017 ranking according to UniRank ™ criteria. In the signed MOU, both TVU and CPU jointly expressed their interest in research cooperation and exchange of students and faculty.

During the visit to Southern Leyte State University (SLSU) –the traditional partner of TVU, a great number of solutions have been discussed to support graduates to work at TVU (mainly teaching English), and other fields of expertise which require staff with English competence. In addition, long-term faculty exchange (1 year) was also considered to be promoted to support the two institutions with high-qualified human resources in management and training. In the direction of collaborative research, both institutions agreed to promote book compilation and joint research activities. Results from these collaborative research programs are expected to contribute to the International Conference between TVU - SLSU and Philippine partners which is scheduled to be held in the second quarter of 2018. "TVU and SLSU have become reliable partners for many years, and fully mutual understanding has been achieved through collaborative training activities. It is now time to take this relationship to a new level through the facilitation of research cooperation and faculty exchange.", emphasized Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung at the meeting.

TVU delegation also took this opportunity to visit Laguna State Polytechnic University (LSPU). The two institutions agreed to jointly sign a MOU on which TVU will recruit interns from LSPU. A part from teaching English, LSPU expressed their interest in the need to expand student internships placement and faculty exchange. It was agreed to create favorable conditions to support students from both universities in preparation for student exchange programs such as free-of-charge language training courses in 3 to 6 months prior to the exchange.

As one of the important activities of the trip, the delegation attended the reappointment ceremony of Chairman Jude A. Duarte at Leyte Normal University (LNU). At the ceremony, Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung on behalf of TVU expressed his pleasure to witness the increasingly profound relationship between the two universities and sent the congratulations of the Rector of TVU to Dr. Jude A. Duarte on this special occasion. In response to this sincerity, Dr. Jude A. Duarte sincerely thanked the Rector of TVU and the delegation. At the ceremony, LNU team also performed a Vietnamese traditional dance as a gift to the delegation and in order to emphasize the increasingly profound partnership between the two universities.

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TVU delegation and PhD students with Chairman Dr. Jude A. Duarte at LNU


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Filipino students in their performance of a Vietnamese traditional dance at the reappointment ceremony of Chairman Jude A. Duarte at LNU


by Thanh Tung

(TVU) – Tra Vinh University co-operated with Neurological Association in HCM City and doctors from Pitiè – Salpeetrière University Hospital and Lille University Hospital, France to hold the international conference on neurology on March 17, 2017 at Campus 1.


The conference attracted more than 100 French and Vietnamese neurologists, the head of Tra Vinh Health Department, representatives from provincial and regional general hospitals, lecturers and students of School of Medicine and Pharmacy, TVU.

The conference included speeches such as the complications of cerebrovascular accident and relieving headaches; the overview and treatment of epileptic children, and convulsion in infants. Epileptic issues and and cerebrovascular accident are main themes of this conference.

Associate Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, TVU Rector said: “The conference is a great opportunity for experts to share their knowledge and experience about neurologic science. It also helps TVU lecturers and students to widen their knowledge”.





By: Thu Trang



(TVU) – On the morning of February 22, 2017, Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Vice Rector warmly welcomed the delegation from Global Citizen Program, Canada led by Ms. Laurence Pazlar, International Development Specialist. This visit was to explore the interns’ life and working conditions at this university.



In the meeting, the supervisors presented these interns’ performance and contribution to TVU. The Vice Rector said “TVU always facilitates interns for accomplishing their tasks at our university. We highly appreciate their great contribution to TVU for its development”. Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung looks forward to receiving academic and research projects from Canadian partners to tighten and strengthen the friendship between TVU and Canadian universities and institutions.


“It is my pleasure to have opportunity to visit the interns. I hope you all quickly adapt the new environment and fulfill your missions. I hope TVU continues to facilitate the interns during their time here and receive more interns from Canada in the future”, said Ms. Laurence.


By Thu Trang, Minh Quang, Truong Phat 



(TVU) - The formal meeting between Tra Vinh University and Asian Institute Technology in Vietnam (AITVN) took place on February 21, 2017 for signing a Memorandum of Understanding to co-operate Master training program on climate change adaption.


The Vice Rector expressed his gratitude to AITVN for cooperating and supporting TVU in the field of human resource training and boosting the bilateral cooperative relation between the two organizations.

In the meeting, TVU and AITVN took counsel and contributed their opinions together about the contents of the Master program on climate change adaption presented by Dr. William Swieczek, AITVN Director. The aim of the program was to tackle the issues that the provinces in Mekong Delta were confronting, especially climate change effects to water, farming activities, and drought. 

Dr. William Swieczek emphasized that AITVN will continue to assist TVU during the implementation of this program and offer full scholarships to TVU learners in Asian Institute Technology in Thailand.

In this interaction, TVU lecturers delivered presentations including “Influence of saline intrusion to agricultural products at Tra Vinh” and “Producing Spriulia algae from the waste water”.



By: Thu Trang, Minh Quang, Truong Phat 

The formal meeting between leaders of Tra vinh University (TVU) and Sanyou Fukushikai Social Welfare (SFSW) led by Mr. Tomiyama Yoshimasa, Chairman of the Board took place on February 7, 2017 at Tra Vinh University in the scope of further discussion of contents agreed by the two parties on the visit of TVU to Japan last December.




 “This is our first time to Tra Vinh. We are very happy to be warmly and heartily welcomed. We hope that our collaboration will bring out success and foster with long-term impacts as in our mutual agreement”, said Mr. Tomiyama Yoshimasa.


Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Vice Rector expressed his gratitude to the delegation for the visit and said: “We hope our both sides will further tie the relationship in order to reach the common goal.”


After the meeting, the delegation had the visit to some medical practice sections in TVU School of Medicine-Pharmacy and on-campus dormitory.


 Sanyou Fukushikai Social Welfare was established in 1998 with the objective for social welfare and human benefit. Currently, this organization possesses 12 elderly care establishments and is planning to inaugurate its 13th establishment.



By Minh Nhut


TVU, January 9 – The International Sustainability Project between Tra Vinh University (TVU) and Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) enters its fourth year of collaboration for environmental promotion and sustainability project today at TVU’s Campus One in Tra Vinh City.


The Project, known as the International Green Campus, is designed to promote awareness about environmental issues surrounding the region of Tra Vinh, as well as cultural understanding and empathy exchange between Australian and Vietnamese cultures.


The day started with a workshop that consisted of both TVU and SUT students and staff. The aim was to promote cross-cultural engagement in the hope of formulating feasible sustainability projects that would be implemented by the community in Tra Vinh and TVU Board of Management.  


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TVU and SUT are cleaning up Ba Om Pond

After only a couple of days, relations between the TVU and SUT students have shown just how important international collaboration and understanding is when it comes to environmental development. Forming a comprehensive understanding between different cultures helps to ensure the success of environmental and social initiatives.


Trieu Khai Hoang, a second year English student at TVU currently involved with the project, provided a valuable perspective on its importance. “How do I protect the environment? I see the problem about the environment and I want to have a solution to solve the problem. I also want to know about Australian culture.”


“I wanted to make a change. I wanted to engage with a different culture, break the language barrier. I wanted to see the world from a different perspective. Reach out to people. Share the love,” said SUT student Alana.


“I am very happy, I can improve my English and make new friends. I can also learn about workshop skills. And I think in the future the environment in Tra Vinh will be better, because of the awareness promoted by this project. So I think the environment will be good,” Dang Nguyen, a second year dentistry student at TVU shared. 


Whilst the initiative is still in its early days this year, student testimonials already show just how important engagement like this is when it comes to international development. An all-inclusive understanding of a culture goes a long way to ensure ongoing cooperation between people. 



News by Thai Thi Tieu Mi

Photo by Alodi Nodi


 (TVU) – Tra Vinh University (TVU) and Sanyou Fukushikai Social Welfare (SFSW), Japan signed a MoU on academic cooperation towards elderly healthcare in December 2016 in OsaKa, Japan. 

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The delegation led by Mr. Tran Hoan Kim, Chairman of Tra Vinh University  Advisory Council,  consisted of Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Vice Rector and the leaders of School of Medicine and Pharmacy.


The MoU focused on education co-operation to train nursing human resources for elderly care.


 Under the co-operation framework, TVU will train learners in accordance with SFSW’s training program. The graduates from this program not only get the skills for elderly care but also obtain Japanese proficiency. TVU will train the nursing human resources to meet standards of SFSW and introduce the graduates to work in SFSW. SFSW will also send experts to the university to train TVU students about the culture and model of elderly care in Japan.


 Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, TVU Rector said: “This is a great opportunity for TVU lecturers and students to approach advanced training program on elderly care.”


Sanyou Fukushikai Social Welfare is planning to  visit Tra Vinh University  in February 2017 to work out details of MoU.


By Diem Thuy

On the morning of January 5, 2016, at Tra Vinh University, Mr. Alon Melchior, Director of the Center of Ramat Negev, Israel and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, Rector of Tra Vinh University signed a MoU for collaboration and student training according to the agricultural project.



In the scope of the MoU, students of Tra Vinh University who join the program will conduct academic research and have hands-on experience on farms in Kibutz, Moshav and Ramat Negev, Israel within 11 months.


 Mr. Alon Melchior said: “During the time of study and research, students will be assigned an advisor, given opportunity to take part in meetings with well-known international experts in different fields and approached state-of-the-art technology in farms in Negev Region, Kibutz and Moshav.”




Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, Vice Rector said: “This project offers TVU agricultural students great opportunity for getting access to advanced technology and developing their critical thinking skills.”  


“This program has started since 2007. And there have been over 50 agricultural students sent to Israel for their learning and research. They all have been successful in their job”, said Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, TVU Rector.  


On the same day, Mr. Alon Melchior also had a meeting with the agricultural students to provide more information about the project.





By Minh Nhut

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