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Faculty of Foreign Languages - Oriental Studies

Date post: 11-04-2014

FACULTY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES – ORIENTAL STUDIES

 

Organizational Structure: 

 

 No.

                 Full name

                  Position

   1

Phan Van Sam, PhD.

Dean

   2

Tran Ngoc Tri, PhD.

Vice Dean

   3

Tran Thi Minh, M.A.

Assistant of Academic Affairs

   4

Vo Ngoc Hanh, M.A.

Student Assistant

   5

Tran Quang Thai, B.A.

Office Secretary

   6

Pham Thi Phuong Dung, M.A.

Head of Business English

   7

Nguyen Thi Anh Thu, M.A.

Group Leader of Specialized English for Literature

   8

Dao Cong Hiep, M.A.

Group Leader of Chinese

   9

Doan Viet Khoi, M.A.

Group Leader of Specialized English for Information Technology

   10

Nguyen Anh Tai, M.A.

Group Leader of Specialized English for Agricultural Sciences

   11

Lam Thai Quang, M.A.

Group Leader of Specialized English for Engineering Technology

   12

Nghiem Phuong Vu, M.A.

Lecturer

   13

Thai Hoang My Loc, M.A.

Lecturer

   14

Nguyen Thanh Truc, M.A.

Lecturer

   15

Nguyen Thi Hoang Oanh, M.A.

Lecturer

   16

Diep Thanh Vuong, M.A.

Lecturer

   17

Nguyen Thi Xuan Trang, M.A. Candidate

Lecturer

   18

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Ha, M.A.

Lecturer

   19

Nguyen Ngoc Vu, B.A.

Lecturer

   20

Pham Ngoc Kieu, M.A. Candidate

Lecturer

   21

Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, B.A.

Lecturer

   22

Luu Thi Truc Ly, M.A. Candidate

Lecturer

   23

Trinh Minh Ly, B.A.

Lecturer

   24

Pham Trung Nghia, B.A.

Lecturer

   25

Phan Anh Xuan, B.A.

Lecturer

   26

Dinh Thi Thi Dung, B.A.

Lecturer

   27

Pham Thi Hong Nhung, B.A.

Lecturer

   28

Pham Thi Ngoc Diep, B.A.

Lecturer

 

Council for Research:

 

No.

Full name

Position

   1

Phan Van Sam, PhD.

Chairman

   2

Tran Ngoc Tri, PhD.

Standing Member

   3

Phu Van Han, PhD.

Member

   4

Dao Cong Hiep, M.A.

Member

   5

Tran Thi Minh, M.A.

Secretary

 

   The Faculty came into operation in 2000 and was originally named the Faculty of Vietnamese Linguistics, Literature and Foreign Languages. By 2008, the Philological major was separated, so the Faculty changed its name to the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Oriental Studies. Its motto is "Teaching students what the society needs, not what the school has in hand." Its duties are to train and provide a team of bachelor degree holders who are knowledgeable of social studies, have a great command of foreign languages and informatics with professional skills, meeting the needs of economic development of the Mekong Delta and the nation.

  •   Training majors: English Language - specializing in International Business English and Oriental Studies - specializing in Southeast Asian Studies (culture and tourism orientation)
  •   Training levels:

- Full-time undergraduate level (4 years - 8 semesters)

- College level (3 years - 6 semesters)

English Language (specializing in International Business English- IBI)

   Training bachelor degree holders and three-year college degree holders in International Business English to meet the demands of regional and international economic integration and create competitive advantages for student employment after graduation as well as for their career promotion in the future.

Employment opportunities: Working as interpreters and translators, executive assistants to directors, office secretaries, and experts in operations as human resource, marketing, import-export transaction, finance and banking, operating as tour guides, self-employed entrepreneurs, etc. in the state-owned or private enterprises, joint ventures, foreign companies, multinational companies, international organizations as well as institutes and centers for research, or teaching at universities, colleges and high schools. After completing Bachelor of International Business English, students can pursue the MA degree in English teaching (TESOL) or MBA degree offered by international programs in Vietnam, or by prestigious Dublin University in Singapore.

Oriental Studies - specializing in Southeast Asian Studies (culture and tourism orientation)

   Training bachelor degree holders in Oriental Studies - specializing in Southeast Asian Studies who are equipped with knowledge of social studies and humanities oriented towards economy, tourism, and culture. The graduates are proficient in Chinese language, and computer skills; able to master research methodology on regional studies (especially Southeast Asian Studies), and international communication skills, and acquire the professional skills necessary for the future jobs.

Employment opportunities: Working for diplomatic organizations, research institutes or centers; teaching at universities, colleges, vocational schools, or working as office secretaries, experts for tourist agencies, joint ventures, cultural organizations, communication companies, government or non-government organizations, etc.

Extra-curricular Activities:

   English Speaking Club and Chinese Speaking Club regularly organize activities, creating good conditions for students to exchange knowledge on specific topics as well as improve their English skill.

   The Faculty has also collaborated with the Center for International Training of the school to offer Advanced English classes and Business English for those who pursue international programs.

   The Faculty Management has continuously striven for international relations and participated in various international conferences held in Vietnam and foreign countries (USA, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Hongkong, Taiwan, etc). Particularly, certain researches administered by the Faculty were published by Cambridge University Press (UK), and by the Economics & Finance Journal of Rutgers University (US).

 

 

 

 

Source mku.edu.vn

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