SIGNING CEREMONY OF COORDINATING ACTIVITIES BETWEEN VIETNAMESE STUDENT

Signing ceremony of coordinating activities between Vietnamese Students’Association in Ho Chi Minh city and IEG - iGroup VietNam

To provide the environment for practicing and improving English for the staff of Vietnamese Students’ Association and to contribute to the success of the project "Improving students' English proficiency in tenure V (2015 -2020)", on 16th September 2015, at the meeting hall of Youth Culture House, the agreement of coordinating activities was signed by the Vietnamese Students’ Association in Ho Chi Minh and iGroup. The content of the Coordination Agreement is about “Improving the level of English proficiency of the staff of Vietnamese Students’ Association in Ho Chi Minh city to reach international standards from 2015 to 2016."

In the conference, we welcomed leaders and representatives from many organizations:

  • Mr. Pham Ngoc Thanh - vice director of the Ho Chi Minh Department of Education and Training.
  • Mr. Lam Dinh Thang - standing deputy secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Union, president of the Vietnamese Students’ Association.
  • Mr. Pham Kieu Hung - standing vice president of the Vietnamese Students’ Association in Ho Chi Minh City.
  • Ms. Pham Van Linh - vice president of the Vietnamese Students’ Association.

We also welcomed members of the secretariat of the Vietnamese Students’ Association, leaders of the Student Support Center, leaders of the Youth Culture House, and members of the Vietnamese Students’ Association.

Representatives from iGroup:

  • Mrs. Ngo To Hoa - director of iGroup Vietnam
  • Mrs. Pham Thi Diem - director of iEG and iGroup Branch in Southern Vietnam.

Mr. Lam Dinh Thang - chairman of the Vietnamese Students’ Association - and Mrs. Pham Thi Diem - director of iEG and iGroup Branch in Southern Vietnam - signed the Agreement on behalf of both parties.

The signing ceremony created a new stage in the development of the supporting activities to improve English for students in Ho Chi Minh City in the near future.