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Embrace ‘Go Global’: UEF Extends a Warm Welcome to students of Meiji University, Japan


SEPTEMBER 6 - In succession of lively cultural exchange programs from the start of the new academic year, the Faculty of Languages and International Cultures welcomed the student delegation from Meiji University, Japan, as part of the Go Global program co-organized by G. A. Consultants Co., Ltd. and UEF. 

The international delegation was warmly received by Dr. Vo Van Thanh Than - Dean, Faculty of Languages and International Cultures; and Mr. Hoang Vu Duc - Japanese Language lecturer. On behalf of Meiji University, there were Mr. Yamada Toru and Mr. Taki Akitoshi. Representing G.A.Consultants Vietnam were Mr. Seki Takehiko and Ms. Bui Ngoc Bao Tran. 

Previously in June, the Faculty hosted a meeting and introduced the Go Global program (G.A)

During the greeting session, Dr. Vo Van Thanh Than provided an overview of UEF’s recent academic and internship programs in Japan. He also addressed prior G.A partners and expected a closer partnership with Meiji University in the near future.  

Dr. Vo Van Thanh Than gave a speech at the meeting

A representative from Meiji shared his feelings at the event 

In the next session, students from both sides gave presentations on their countries and universities. UEFers confidently presented entirely in English.

Within the scope of Go Global, groups of four UEF students with Japanese N3 level (or equal language proficiency) will collaborate with four Meiji students to work on group projects. Each group will conduct inquiries and surveys on several topics, namely “dream” and “future career”.     

Students from UEF and Meiji University talked about their universities and homelands


Students finished their group work to prepare for the final presentations

SEPTEMBER 8 - All student groups will deliver their final presentations. Each group will be given 15 minutes, consisting of an 8-minute group presentation and a 7-minute individual demonstration. The program is a stepping stone for UEFers to strengthen their Japanese ability, boost bravery in culture integration, and enhance transferable skills.  


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