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Faculty of Vietnamese Linguistics and Literature

Date post: 02-04-2014

FACULTY OF VIETNAMESE LINGUISTICS AND LITERATURE

 

Organizational Structure:

 

No.

Full name

Position

1

 Nguyen Hoa Bang, PhD.

Dean

2

 Nguyen Thi Anh, PhD.

 Vice Dean

3

 Nguyen Thi Kim Trinh, M.A.

 Lecturer

4

 Nguyen Thi Thu Thuy, M.A.

 Lecturer

5

 Nguyen Trong Binh, M.A.

 Lecturer

6

 Duong Thi My Tham, M.A.

 Lecturer

7

 Tran Thi Hang Nga, M.A.

 Lecturer

8

 Dao Duy Tung, M.A.

 Lecturer

9

 Nguyen Thi Nguyen, M.A.

 Lecturer

10

 Le Hoang Trung, B.A.

 Lecturer

11

 Tran Thi Thanh Nguyen, B.A.

 Lecturer

12

 Nguyen Ngoc Anh, B.A.

 Lecturer

13

 Tran Van Thach, B.A.

 Lecturer

14

 Nguyen Tran Quy, B.A.

 Lecturer

15

 Nguyen Thi Nhung, B.A.

 Lecturer

16

 Pham Thi Lien Phuong, B.A.

Assistant

17

 Nguyen Thi Phuong, B.A.

Assistant

 

   Faculty of Vietnamese Linguistics and Literature was separated from the Faculty of Vietnamese Linguistics, Literature and Foreign Languages, and officially came into operation in 2008. It has made important contributions to the establishment and development of Mekong University.

   Its duties are to train and offer a team of bachelor degree holders capable of working on studies of literature, linguistics, journalism, publishing, culture, etc., serving the social needs of the Mekong Delta and other regions.

  •   Training major:Vietnamese Language and Culture
  •   Training levels:

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

-College level (3 years - 6 semesters) - specializing in Finance - Banking, Accounting

Vietnamese Language and Culture

   Training bachelor degree holders and 3-year college degree holders who are capable of conducting research, preserving and developing the national cultural heritage and ethnic languages. Graduates are encouraged to introduce Vietnamese literature and language to the world.

Employment opportunities: Working for research institutes in literature and linguistics; teaching philology at various levels of studies; working as reporters and editors for newspapers, radio and television stations; and managing cultural activities at associations of artisans, or cultural organizations.

Extracurricular Activities:

   In-campus Literature Club frequently organizes contests on specific topics and literary composition, which helps students improve their practical skills. Annually, the Faculty also sends its staff to attend the national workshops.

 

 

 

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