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NewsDr. Ngo Minh Thuy, Dean of the Faculty of Oriental Languages and Cultures, University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, visits Shizuoka University.

08/12/14

Exchange of opinions.


Group photo (4th from the right is Dean Thuy, to the left of her is Dr. Shine).

On July 15th, Dr. Ngo Minh Thuy, Dean of the Faculty of Oriental Languages and Cultures, University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, paid a visit to Shizuoka University.
Despite Dean Thuy’s busy schedule on this trip to Japan, her appearance at our university was made possible by the arrangements by Dr. Toshihiko Shine, Researcher at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, who accompanied Dean Thuy throughout her travels. (Dr. Shine, who was, with Dean Thuy, one of the former Co-Directors of The Vietnam National University – Kyoto University Collaboration Office (VKCO) and who is thoroughly acquainted with the condition of higher education in Vietnam, has also provided valuable advice for our “Asia Bridge Program (ABP)” on location in Vietnam.
At the discussions with Dean Thuy were Prof. Shigehiko Suzuki, Vice-President of International Strategic Affairs; Prof. Hiroko Kumai, Prof. Noriko Matsuda, and Assoc. Prof. Yuko Ryan, from International Center; and Dr. Darius Greenidge, specially appointed professor for the Organization for the Promotion of Global Education Programs. After Prof. Suzuki’s overview of the Asia Bridge Program, Dean Thuy et al informed us of the condition of Japanese language studies and university admissions in Vietnam. Additionally, vigorous exchange of opinion ensued about initiating contact for research exchange between our universities.


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