On the morning of September 22, 2023, The University of Khanh Hoa solemnly welcomed the Australian Education Delegation to visit and work at the University.
Attending the meeting, on the side of the Australian Education Delegation, there were: Ms. Rebecca Ball - Deputy Consul General of Australia (Trade), Ms. Trinh Phan Thuy Trinh - Director of Education, Australian Government Trade and Investment Agency and Ms. Elaine, Mr. Dennie Wu, Mr. Huy Tran, Ms. My Pham (Jessica), Ms. Nguyen Le, Ms. Thuy Vo (Tracy), Ms. Van Tran, Ms. Thao Pham, Ms. Cherry Gan, Ms. Thanh Tran, Ms. Sherry Zhang, Ms. Nhien Nguyen, Ms. Phuong Pham, Ms. Arabella Zhao, Mr. Khoi Pham, Ms. Tram Tran, Ms. Trinh Ngo, Ms. Thuy Vo who are representatives of Government offices in Australian states and Universities.
Welcoming the Australian Education Mission there were Dr. Phan Phien – Rector of The University of Khanh Hoa and leaders of units under the University together with guests of Khanh Hoa Department of Foreign Affairs and reporters of Khanh Hoa TV station.
Figure 1: Overview of the meeting
Speaking at the meeting, Dr. Phan Phan Phan Phan – Rector expressed his pleasure to welcome the Australian Education Delegation to visit the University, and briefly introduce The University of Khanh Hoa, its training professions and outstanding achievements. On this occasion, Dr. Phan Phan Phien also expressed his desire to expand international cooperation; connect and link training with Australian universities to exchange students and lecturers; enroll overseas students; organize scientific workshops and seminars; strengthen community activities; form research groups in a number of areas of strength...to improve the University quality of training.
Figure 2: Speech by Dr. Phan Phien – Rector
On behalf of the Australian Education Delegation, Ms. Rebecca Ball - Deputy Consul General of Australia thanked the leaders of The University of Khanh Hoa for their warm and thoughtful welcome. She shared the purpose of the trip and emphasized that it would create the most favorable conditions for the two sides to meet, exchange and sign cooperation in areas of mutual interest. At the meeting, representatives of Australian universities also introduced the development strategy, scholarship programs for undergraduate and graduate students as well as the desire to cooperate with The University of Khanh Hoa. This is an opportunity for the two sides to expand the network of cooperation with international partners, towards sustainable development in the future.
Figure 3: Ms. Rebecca Ball - Deputy Consul General of Australia speaking
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Phan Phien thanked the sharing and receiving opinions on the cooperation of the Australia Education Delegation, The University of Khanh Hoa will connect to seek opportunities for cooperation with Australian universities in the spirit of readiness to connect and integrate.
Figure 4: The two parties give souvenirs
Figure 5: The two parties take a souvenir photo.
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