CBIE signs an agreement with the Association of Vietnamese Universities
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This three year agreement will strengthen and expand the Vietnam-Canada bilateral relationship. Both associations will work collaboratively to build strong connections in education through English language training, higher education reform, student mobility, research and promotion of the partnership.
We are delighted to be working side by side with AVUC to further build the relationship between our two countries and to achieve important goals in education. We consider our partnership with Vietnam to be extremely valuable.
AVUC is Vietnam’s national association of universities and colleges, inaugurated in December 2014. AVUC represents over 450 tertiary institutions in Vietnam and over 2 million students. Its mission is to work with the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) in Vietnam in higher education policy development and to address a variety of association wide issues.
CBIE is Canada’s national organization dedicated to making Canada a global leader in international education. CBIE’s pan-Canadian membership comprises 150 colleges, institutes, universities, school boards and language schools which enrol over 1.2 million students from coast to coast.
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in the Canadian capital Ottawa, the Embassy of Vietnam has organized Tet Vietnam Overseas and in Canada. No severe weather management, representing about 500 people, the students from all regions of Canada, especially in Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, Winnipeg … had to Ottawa to attend the event become a tradition every New Year comes and the spring. “Overseas Festival” this year on Canadian soil is very special with the participation of more than 70 Canadian families who adopt a child in Vietnam. This is the Embassy’s efforts to grateful families kindness Canada has received the underprivileged children in Vietnam, and for students to feel the warmth of the motherland, the country with no traditional New Year’s gas Vietnam.
In the atmosphere of fun reunion, relatives and friends from near and far to enjoy fragrant bread cooked to Chung, along with the crispy spring rolls to the officials, embassy staff do. The meeting was really touching for its excellent music program celebrates spring with the participation of artists from the local elite to, your child’s piano repertoire Vincent, Vietnam people born in Canada, students Distinguished pianist Dang Thai Son, as well as the repertoire “took self made” but strong impression of Vietnam Student Group in Ottawa.
Pleasure to see the Vietnamese community in Canada is increasingly open arms connected and constantly growing, to contribute effectively to the development of Canadian society and remain focused on their homeland, origin. Ambassador stressed, step into 2016, with great success of the Congress of the 12th National Party recently, the country will continue firmly on the path of reform, to overcome the outstanding issues in order to national construction VN getting richer, rub shoulders with countries like the desire of the entire nation as well as our overseas compatriots abroad.
Tet occasion of the nation, the Ambassador sent to all the Vietnamese community in Canada the new year greetings and best wishes Vietnamese community in Canada is growing, successful integration into Canadian society, preservation and promotion of national identity, deserve a bridge of friendship between the two peoples and remain focused on their homeland, origin.