A meeting with lecturers and students from the Faculty of Tourism, TAFE (Australia)

Thursday - 19/10/2017 09:14

On the morning of September 7th, 2015, the Faculty of Tourism - University of Social Sciences and Humanities (VNU) was honored to welcome students from the Faculty of Tourism, University of Sydney Technical and Further Education TAFE - Australia. The meeting not only provided opportunities for students to discuss and exchange cultures, but also offered many opportunities for collaboration between  Faculty of Tourism - USSH and the Faculty of Tourism  - Sydney TAFE. in near future.

The opening of the program was a short introduction in English about University of Social Sciences and Humanities and Faculty of Tourism, presented by Vuong Huyen Trang, a K58 student of the Faculty. Subsequently, the TAFE representative, Sue Andrekidis, Dean of Tourism, gave an overview presentation on TAFE, as well as useful information on teaching methods, training programs, scholarship policies of the university, etc. The students of the delegation also left a good impression to the Vietnamese students with the introduction of culture, famous sights, animals and plants of Australia.

In the second part of the program, Dr. Pham Hong Long, Dean of Tourism Studies, introduced to the TAFE delegation about Vietnamese tourism industry and answered questions from TAFE university’s students.

The program went on smoothly and was a great success. Faculty of Tourism, University of Social Sciences and Humanities made a good impression on international friends through the reception as well as the warm exchanges among the students of the two universities. At the end of the program, lecturers and students from both universities exchanged gifts, marking the meeting of students from the Faculty of Tourism, TAFE and the Faculty of Tourism,  USSH.

The successful exchange program has created a long-term relationship between Faculty of Tourism studies, USSH and TAFE University - Australia, and provided opportunities for future student exchange programs in the future.


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