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Workshop on Emotional Intelligence – Application in Life and Career

On October 2nd, 2022, ULIS-VNU held a workshop on “Emotional Intelligence – Application in Life and Career” for students and lecturers of the University. The workshop is part of the subject of Emotional Intelligence. At the workshop, participants were provided with sharing and exchanges on

Meeting with leaders of Resource Exchange International (REI) held

On October 3rd, 2022, ULIS – VNU held a meeting with Mr. K. Douglas Erdmann – Chairman/CEO of Resource Exchange International (REI). At the meeting, representatives of the two sides shared about the cooperation situation over the years. Vice President Lam Quang Dong thanked REI

ULIS Students participate in Hangeulnal Festival 2022

Hangeulnal Festival is a meaningful event in a series of activities to celebrate the creation of Hangeul characters. This is an annual event for students studying Korean Language and Korean Studies at universities in the North of Vietnam. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary

Meeting with Ly Thai To High School

On September 28th, 2022, ULIS-VNU held a meeting with Mr. Trinh Hung Son – Principal of Ly Thai To High School. At the meeting, representatives of the two sides discussed cooperation in activities on training, teacher fostering, skill development and scholarships for students, etc.

Seminar “Read for hope”

On September 27th, 2022, ULIS-VNU held a seminar under the theme “Read for hope”. This is an activity within a series of seminars conducted by the Center for Information Technology, Communication & Learning Resources to develop reading culture in the whole school. The speaker of

Seminar “Translation technology in the digital age”

On September 24th, 2022, the Department of Translation, the Faculty of English Language Teacher Education and the Faculty of German Language and Culture successfully co-organized the seminar “Translation technology in the digital age”. The speaker of the seminar was Dr. Edgar Bohm, lecturer at the