You can download the slides and photo of the Conference and Training Workshop at VNU University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi, 14-15 December 2018:
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)
Project: Institutional Links to Address Issues in HE in Viet Nam funded by DFAT’s Australia-ASEAN Council Purposes for the visit To share successes, issues and initiatives in delivering English as a medium of instruction (EMI) at three Vietnamese institutions; To discuss possible directions for future EMI teaching and learning; To meet with and observe theRead more about IEPE Program, 25th-31st March 2018[…]
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: email@example.com Dr Ho Thanh MyRead more about Vietnamese Delegates to Initiative Exchange Program in EMI[…]
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[…]
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[…]