Online interaction between TVU leaders and students

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(TVU) – Tra Vinh University had an online interaction between TVU leaders and students on the evening of December 23, 2021, with over 600 students serving as class management boards, representing almost 20 comprehensive students in attendance.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, Rector; Dr. Nguyen Minh Hoa, Vice-Rector; Ms. Thach Thi Dan, Vice-Rector; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Diep Thanh Tung, Vice-Rector; and leaders of faculties, departments, departments, and centers of the University attended the online meeting.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh stated during the meeting: “The interaction is an annual activity; this is a conference for students to present their background analysis, views, and suggestions to the school’s leaders.” From there, timely and appropriate solutions are available to best serve students’ learning.

The Rector shared with the students the good news about Tra Vinh University’s teachers and students’ accomplishments during the previous school year: TVU has 12 programs that have been quality-accredited according to AUN – QA, FIBAA, ABET standards, in the past year of which 06 FIBAA accreditation programs are Business Administration, Economics, Accounting, Banking and Finance, Master of Business Administration, Master of Economic Management; 05 AUN-QA accreditation programs are Agriculture, Fisheries, Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, Khmer language; 01 ABET accreditation program is an Information Technology engineer.
 
The school is ranked 71st in the Top 100 of WURI Ranking 2021, is an influential school, and makes a positive contribution to society; ranked 17th (up 7 places from last year), in the Top 50 for the value of entrepreneurship and innovation, and 48th in the Top 50 for expanding cooperation and international student exchange, communication opportunities student exchange between educational institutions abroad – At the same time, according to the UI Greenmetric Ranking 2021, the University remains among the top 200 sustainable and environmentally friendly campus in the world.
 

Prior to that, TVU Faculty held a dialogue session during which the majority of the questions were answered. The University-level interaction will address macro-level issues that have not been resolved at the faculty.

In the dialogue, more than 40 questions were sent to the Board of Directors and University units. The questions centered on teaching and learning, the exam at the end of the online course, the learning environment, tuition fees, and facilities in the context of the complicated situation of the Covid-19 epidemic. Quality, scientific research, student entrepreneurship, and job opportunities. 

TVU leaders and representatives of the relevant departments and committees respond to all students’ opinions thoroughly.

The principal thought the questions, ideas, and answers were very convincing, and that they would help the University maintain an orientation to better serve students’ learning.

On this occasion, the University encouraged and rewarded students who volunteered to help prevent the Covid-19 epidemic with gifts totaling more than 120 million VND.

Tin Di