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Call for Conference Papers: EMI in University Social Sciences in Viet Nam: Policies and Pedagogies

Call for Conference Papers: EMI in University Social Sciences in Viet Nam: Policies and Pedagogies

(source: http://en.hellovietnamtravel.com)

The VNU-University of Social Sciences and Humanities (USSH) at Viet Nam National University in Ha Noi and the University of South Australia (UniSA) are pleased to co-host a 2018 international conference on English as a medium of instruction (EMI) in University Social Sciences in Viet Nam: Policies and Pedagogies.

  • Conference venue: VNU University of Social Sciences and Humanities, 336 Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan, Ha Noi, Viet Nam.
  • Time: 14 – 15/12/2018 (Friday and Saturday)

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Vietnamese Delegates to Initiative Exchange Program in EMI

Vietnamese Delegates to Initiative Exchange Program in EMI

The first event of the Project, Initiative Exchange Program in EMI (IEPE), will be organised at the University of South Australia, Adelaide from 26 to 30 March 2018. Seven managers/lecturers from three institutions in Viet Nam were selected, as following: 1. Dr. Phuong Thanh My HO, SEAMEO RETRAC/ Director, emai: htmphuong@vnseameo.org Dr Ho Thanh MyRead more about Vietnamese Delegates to Initiative Exchange Program in EMI[…]

Information package for Vietnamese delegates to visit UniSA

Information package for Vietnamese delegates to visit UniSA

Time: 26 – 30/03/2018 Venue: University of South Australia, Magill Campus. No. 2 St Bernard Street, Magill, 5072 South Australia   About the program This program is called Initiative Exchange Program in EMI (IEPE) and is part of a larger project called Institutional links to address issues in higher education in Viet Nam funded byRead more about Information package for Vietnamese delegates to visit UniSA[…]

Grant offers greater links between UniSA and Vietnam

Grant offers greater links between UniSA and Vietnam

School of Education lecturer Dr Ngoc Doan is one of just 16 people nationwide to be awarded an Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) Grant. Dr Doan’s project will strengthen ties between UniSA and Vietnam, bringing together more than 150 lecturers across 30 higher education institutions to enhance learning, teaching and research in English medium instruction (EMI). DrRead more about Grant offers greater links between UniSA and Vietnam[…]

[paper] Sàng khôn as A Theorizing Tool in Mobility Education

[paper] Sàng khôn as A Theorizing Tool in Mobility Education

Ngoc Ba Doan School of Education, University of South Australia, St. Bernards Road, Magill, SA 5072, Australia Academic Editor: Michael Singh Received: 3 November 2016 / Revised: 25 January 2017 / Accepted: 25 January 2017 / Published: 8 February 2017 (This article belongs to the Special Issue Worldly Orientations to Internationalising Education: Non-Western Languages, Theoretic-linguisticRead more about [paper] Sàng khôn as A Theorizing Tool in Mobility Education[…]

Grant offers greater links between UniSA and Vietnam

Grant offers greater links between UniSA and Vietnam

School of Education lecturer Dr Ngoc Doan is one of just 16 people nationwide to be awarded an Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) Grant. Dr Doan’s project will strengthen ties between UniSA and Vietnam, bringing together more than 150 lecturers across 30 higher education institutions to enhance learning, teaching and research in English medium instruction (EMI). DrRead more about Grant offers greater links between UniSA and Vietnam[…]

DFAT announces the projects by AAC 2017

DFAT announces the projects by AAC 2017

The AAC, launched in 2015, aims to increase knowledge sharing and promote Australia’s interest in South-East Asia. The Council works to initiate and support activities designed to enhance awareness, understanding and links between people and institutions in Australia and the ten South-East Asian counties. To this end, the AAC grants program enhances collaboration between AustralianRead more about DFAT announces the projects by AAC 2017[…]

[paper] To employ or not to employ expatriate non-native speaker teachers: views from within

[paper] To employ or not to employ expatriate non-native speaker teachers: views from within

Author Ngoc Ba Doan Abstract This article reports findings from an analysis of interview data with 10 English language teaching (ELT) professionals at tertiary level from three Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. In the interviews, the participants shared their observation of the presence of expatriate ELT professionals at their institutions and were invitedRead more about [paper] To employ or not to employ expatriate non-native speaker teachers: views from within[…]