IIG Vietnam attends NEU Center of Foreign Languages opening ceremony – Tổ chức Giáo dục IIG Việt Nam
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27/10/2011
IIG Vietnam attends NEU Center of Foreign Languages opening ceremony

On 5th October 2011, Mr. Doan Hong Nam – President of IIG Vietnam – the country representative of ETS in Vietnam attended the opening ceremony of the Center of Foreign Languages – National Economics University (NEU).

The Center of Foreign Languages – under the Foreign Language Faculty, established in 1991, is one of the first English Centers in Hanoi providing TOEFL courses. Since its debut, the Center of Foreign Languages has been known as the prestigious center with qualified and experienced teachers.

Mr. Doan Hong Nam – IIG Vietnam’s President addressing at the ceremony

Together with the rapid development of the Center of Foreign Languages, with a view to better satisfying students’ demands, the Center of Foreign Languages has been expandednow, directly under the management of the University itself. With this change, the Center of Foreign Languages will be better invested to satisfy not only students’ demannds but those of businesses and cooperations. 

 

Mr. Doan Hong Nam taking commemorative photos with representatives of the Center of Foreign Languages

In the opening ceremony, Mr. Doan Hong Nam – President of IIG Vietnam congratulated NEU Center of Foreign Languages. With this change, center operation as well as structure will be stronger with renovation and innovation to bring about better training’s quality. Being the country representative of ETS in Vietnam, IIG Vietnam always supports NEU Center of Foreign Languages in accessing and adopting international standards in teaching, especially with the two tests: TOEIC and TOEFL (including TOEFL iBT and TOEFL ITP).

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