Vinschool welcomes the New Zealand students coming for internship and exchange program
Wednesday, 28/02/2018, 01:02 (GMT+7)
In the 1st semester of 2017-2018 academic year, many international exchange and cooperation activities have been held and brought many new experiences for Vinschool’s students and teachers.
From 30/10 to 24/11, the pedagogy-majored students from Waikato University, New Zealand- top 2% of the best universities worldwide- participated in the internship program at Vinschool as anearlier agreement between the two schools. During their stay here, the Waikato students accompaniedVinsers in both learning and extracurricular activities.
Earlier, Waikato University and Vinschool have signed the memorandum in developingprograms for students and teachers, unifying the cooperation methods in creating the framework for pedagogicalcapabilities, evaluatingthe skills, organizing training courses and teacher exchange programs as well as the training contents to better prepare the Vietnamese high school students for a chance to study aboard at the top universities in New Zealand.
Chloe Fowler, Melissa Christophers and Amy Crawford – 3 students from Waikato university shared with us: “We come to Vinschool with open attitudes to exchange our new skills and knowledgewith teachers at Vinschool. We are looking forward to applying what we have learnt in Waikato Universityin encouraging students’ positive thoughts in class and improving group workto Vinschool’s students.”
Following the international exchange and cooperation activities, from 25/11 to 2/12, the students from KapitiCollege, New Zealand joined a cultural exchange program with students from VinschoolHigh School Times City.
Other thanApart from experiencing learning activities at school as Vinsers, students from New Zealand also live withVinschool students’ families as homestay. This exchange program broughtVinsersvaluable opportunities to connect with international friends. Vinsersalso had a wonderful learning environment during the week with New Zealand students.
Enya O’Hagan-Cole, 13 year-old students from KapitiCollege shared with us: “This is the 1st time I have beento Vietnam and I am staying with Han’s family. I feel really excited to visit and experience learning at Vinschool. Although everything is new to me, Vinsers always say “Hi” to me and make me feel so close.” This program has left both Vinschool and Kapiti students a very good and profound impression.