Opening Ceremony of Master Course in Theory and Methodology of Teaching English and Foreign Languages
HANU – The joint program of Master of Theory and Methodology of Teaching English and Foreign Languages between the University of Hanoi and the University of Canberra (Australia) is divided into 2 phases. Phase 1 is conducted by Hanoi University=and phase II by the University of Canberra (Australia). After being admitted to Phase II, students are provided accounts by the University of Canberra to access the learning resources through the Canvas learning management software. The course of study consists of 8 subjects divided into 04 sessions, students will study with experienced lecturers with content designed and managed by the University of Canberra and Hanoi University.
This morning (July 24, 2020) at Hanoi University, the opening ceremony of Master of Theory and Methodology of Teaching English and Foreign Languages (Master of TESOL and FLT) phase II took place, under a joint program between the Hanoi University and the University of Canberra (Australia). Attending the ceremony were Dr. Pham Ngoc Thach – Chairman of the Board of Trustees, leaders representing departments, faculties,, lecturers and 29 new students.
On behalf of the University’s leaders, giving the opening speech, Dr. Pham Ngoc Thach congratulates all learners for their efforts to achieve high results in Phase I (Graduate Diploma in TESOL) and to meet the initial requirements to continue their Phase II (Master of TESOL and FLT). Dr. Pham Ngoc Thach encourages students to actively participate in learning and research activities during the program, especially focusing on three important keywords: attitude, skills and knowledge. He believes that, with knowledge and skills in both theory and practice gained after the course, career development opportunities are always open to each student. The Chairman also shares his sincere gratitude to representatives of the University of Canberra for the close cooperation and support between the two universities.
Due to the influence of COVID-19, representatives of the University of Canberra were unable to attend the opening ceremony. So through the video, Professor Barney Dalgarno – Head of Education Department representing the University of Canberra greeted the new students and acknowledged the initial success of the students when passing the entrance requirements. Professor Barney Dalgarno also introduced to students about the Master of TESOL and FLT programs and other programs of the Faculty of Education (University of Canberra). Professor Barney affirms that the cooperation program between the University of Canberra and Hanoi University will bring a curriculum of international quality, helping students to supplement and cultivate the crucial knowledge for their development and personal career.