On 14 December 2021, MA Tran Van Co, the Manager of the Office of Communications and Admissions; the Director of the Informatics and ForeignLanguage Center of Quang Trung University, attended the Virtual Roundable 2021 which was delivered by BORNAD, English Australia. The Roundable was supported by Australian Embassy, Vietnam; Australia – Viet Nam Enhanced Economic Engagement Grant (AVEG) and National Foreign Languages Project – Ministry of Education of Viet Nam.
The participants had chance to listen to the Keynote speech by Director Huu Nguyen National Foreign Languages Project Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam and Ms. Jennifer Bahen Counsellor (Education and Research) Australian Embassy, Vietnam. After the keynote speech, the participants discuss the key topics for transnational cooperation such as Growing segments and needs; Delivery modes; Marketing approaches and Partnerships.
We know that The AVEG Program is designed to achieve Australian Government objectives. This grant opportunity is part of the grant program, which contributes to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Outcome 11 in the Portfolio Budget Statements. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade works with stakeholders to plan and design the grant program according to the Commonwealth Grants Rules and Guidelines (CGRGs).
English Australia is the national peak body for the English language sector of international education in Australia. English Australia represents over 120 member colleges throughout Australia that provide quality English language programs to students and professionals from around the world.
“I have learned much from this Roundable discussion”, Mr Co said. “I would like to thank BORNAD for accepting me to participate in the Virtual Roundtable for the Australia-Vietnam Enhanced Economic Engagement Grant (AVEG) program. I would like to express my gratitude to Ms Jennifer and Ms Nguyen Mai Huu for providing me with so much useful information”.
We hope in the future the cooperation between Australian and Vietnamese universities will be improved.
MA. TRAN VAN CO