Presenting master certificates to students of the 25th cohort of the international partnership program with Southern New Hampshire University

14 new masters were presented with certificates for completing their course at ULIS.

On October 30th, 2018, ULIS-VNU held a commencement ceremony for students of the 25th cohort of the international partnership program with Southern New Hampshire University.

The ceremony was attended by Vice-President Lam Quang Dong; Professor. Rosemary Orlando, representative of the Southern New Hampshire University; management Board and staff of the Faculty of Graduate studies, representatives of other units, lecturers and students of the 25th cohorts.

Delivering his remark, Vice President Lam Quang Dong extended his congratulations towards 14 new masters who had completed their program in English Teaching Method.

He said: “The English Teaching Method master course has been offered at ULIS in association with the Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) since 2007. 521 students have successfully completed on this course so far. The University believes that students of the course have been provided with the best conditions in their favor for their knowledge and researh skills improvement.”

Prof. Rosemary Orlando expressed her pride in the graduates’ achievement in having earned their Master degrees. Recalling the memories of the first days of the course, she is happy to see that the students are more mature, more confident and hopes that they will further develop their knowledge and skills in the future on the basis of what they have acquired in the course.

On behalf of the 25th cohort, the new Master Nguyen Hong Trang thanks for the guidance and assistance of the ULIS teachers. The two-year master’s degree at the school is two years meaningful. She said that the ceremony marks a great moment in her life and also acknowledged the efforts and achievements she has made over the past few years.

At the ceremony, Prof. Rosemary Orlando, on behalf of the two universities, awarded the degree to the students. Representatives of the students also presented flowers to the teachers as their sincere gratitude.

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