Vietnam Academy Of Social Sciences

Senior delegation of Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences working in Australia and New Zealand

05/07/2018

From March 18 to March 26, 2018, the senior delegation of the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (Academy) was led by Prof.Dr. Nguyen Quang Thuan, President of the Academy, visited and worked in Australia and New Zealand. Joining the delegation was Head of the Organization - Personnel Committee, Head of the International Cooperation Department of the Academy, Director and Deputy Director of the Institute of Information and Social Sciences, and a number of staff have been responsible in the Project Management of Electronic Library - Digital Library - Data Bank of Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences Project which the Social Science Information Institute as the investor.

The delegation worked with the  Australian National University  

The delegation visited and worked with the University of Melbourne, RMIT University, Australian National University, Australian Academy of Social Sciences and the University of Waikato (New Zealand). At the meetings, the Academy President appreciated the good strategic cooperation between Vietnam - Australia, Vietnam - New Zealand, especially after the visit of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at these two countries. The Academy president and university leaders, managers, scientists, experts representing schools, departments, research institutes under the University of Melbourne, RMIT University, Australian National University, Australian Academy of Social Sciences and the University of Waikato have introduced the potentials, strengths and priorities of research and training in the social sciences of each party; discussing the possibility of cooperation in research and training in the coming time to help the Academy to better promote the functions and tasks of basic scientific research, policy advices and training high quality human resources for the Party and State of Vietnam; at the same time, to expand cooperation with research and training organizations of the world. For effective and quality collaborative relationships, the Academy president and representatives from the University of Melbourne, RMIT University, Australian National University, Australian Academy of Social Sciences and the University of Waikato expressed the desire to implement specific actions such as developing collaborative research projects, exchanging scholars, organizing international conferences, training human resources in fields and subjects that interested parties. The Academy president and representatives from the University of Melbourne, RMIT University, Australian National University, Australian Academy of Social Sciences and the University of Waikato all trust the cooperative relationship that will contributing to enhance the prestige and promote the role in accordance with the functions and tasks of the parties, contributing to strengthening the strategic partnership between Vietnam and Australia and Vietnam - New Zealand.

The delegation worked the University of Melbourne, Australia The delegation worked with the Australian National University

As part of the work program, the delegation of the Institute of Social Sciences Information visited and worked with library of the University of Melbourne, Australian National University, the University of Waikato to exchange, learn experiences building and developing modern library model to continue the effective implementation of Electronic Library - Digital Library - Data Bank of Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences Project, to build the library system in the direction of modernization, following the central library model - membership library with the Social Sciences Library is central.

The delegation worked with RMIT University, Australia

The delegation worked with the University of Waikato, New Zealand

The mission of the senior delegation of Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences was led by Prof.Dr. Nguyen Quang Thuan - President of the Academy, in Australia and New Zealand have been very successful.

Assoc.Prof.Dr. Vu Hung Cuong

 



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