Dr. Nguyen Thi Minh Tram – Faculty of English Language Teacher Education
2017: PhD Degree in English Language Teaching Methodology at Faculty of Post-Graduate Studies, University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University (ULIS,VNU).
2010: M.A Degree in English Language Teaching Methodology at Faculty of Graduate Studies, ULIS,VNU.
2006: B.A Degree of Honors Program, ULIS, VNU.
July 2010 – present: Full time lecturer of English- Honors Program – Faculty of English Language Teacher Education- ULIS, VNU.
2016 – 2017: Invited consultant for designing communicative English courses and also teacher at Aroma – English Center.
2010 – Dec 2011: Part-time lecturer for English Training Program of Nissan Techno Vietnam Co., Ltd.
2007: Part-time interpreter for BITEXCO Group and part-time lecturer for FPT University, Hanoi.
2006 – June 2010: Lecturer – Advanced Program and Department of Business English- National Economics University, Hanoi.
3. Research Interest
Curriculum design, English business, oral communication
4. Research Grants
Designing a Competency-based English Oral Communication Course for Vietnamese Undergraduate Business Administration Students
5. Major Publications
Nguyen, T. M. T. (2010). “Appropriate classroom activities for effective teaching of business English speaking skill necessary for Vietnamese businessmen”. VNU Journal of Science- Foreign Studies 26(4), 257-261.
Nguyen, T. M. T. (2014). “Designing an oral communication for Business English undergraduates”. In Abstracts of Presentation at “Critical Competencies for the 21st century language classroom- 49th RELC International Seminar”. Singapore:SEAMEO Regional Language Centre.
Nguyen, T. M. T. (2016). “Necessary English competencies in oral communication for Business Administration graduates to work effectively: A workplace reflection”. VNU Journal of Science- Foreign Studies 32(2), 65-74.
Nguyen, T. M. T. (2016). “Designing a Competency-based English Oral Communication Course for Vietnamese Undergraduate Business Administration Students”. VNU Journal of Science- Foreign Studies 32(4), 74-85.