Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) Canada promotes students exchange collaboration with Tra Vinh University (TVU)


TRA VINH, December 18, 2014- in the morning of December 16, Ms. Katie Orr, Director of International Collaboration, and Ms. Kellie of International Cooperation Department, Canadian Nova Scotia Community College had a meeting and direct exchange with the TVU board to promote exchange students collaboration.

According to Ms. Katie Orr, the purpose of this trip is to seek opportunities for collaboration between the two schools to promote students exchange. She said: “If the project completes in 2016, the Nova Scotia Community College will select a group of 5 students to Tra Vinh University to study and write small projects with five TVU students about household economic development. In particular, the project focuses on farming and Khmer households.

The project is expected to take place for three weeks in 2016.Nova Scotia Community College was established in 1988. The College has 13 campuses, 6 community learning centers, with over 10,000 full time students. It mainly provides technical and apprenticeship training in the province of Nova Scotia.

Translated by Ngo Thi Phien