Concluding the research and exchange program for students of Beijing Normal University

Monday - 30/07/2018 23:53
On July 30th, 2018, USSH held the concluding ceremony of the 2018 research and training exchange program with Beijing Normal University. The program started on July 23rd and was co-held by USSH and the Global Education Services.

Speaking at the ceremony, Prof. Dr Pham Quang Minh sent congratulations and compliments to the Chinese students for completing their program at USSH, VNU Hanoi. The Rector believed the students had learned more about Vietnam's history, politics and culture. The Rector hoped they would retain all  memories of Vietnam and the Vietnamese people and come back in the near future.

Prof. Dr Pham Quang Minh speaks at the ceremony

On behalf of Beijing Normal University, Mrs. Zhang Xinying said, the knowledge, exchanges and experiences at USSH and Hanoi helped improve the understanding among students of the two universities in particular and the Vietnamese and Chinese youth in general. In response to USSH's enthusiastic reception and guidance, she invited the staff, lecturers and students to visit Beijing Normal University in the coming time.

Mrs. Zhang Xinying speaks at the ceremony

On behalf of the Chinese students, Ms. Liu Yixuan gave her thanks to the USSH's lecturers and students for organizing many events to provide them with useful information on Vietnam-China historical, economic and cultural relations. The time in Vietnam helped change their perception of it as a country, and upon coming back to their country they will introduce the image of a hospitable Vietnam to their friends and loved ones.

Ms. Liu Yixuan speaks at the ceremony

Next, Prof. Dr Pham Quang Minh granted certificates to 20 students of the Beijing Normal University for having completed the program.

Author: Tran Minh

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