HUFLIT accepts applications for admission based on the high school transcript evaluation in the fourth roundFrom August 1st to August 22nd, 2023, Ho Chi Minh City University of Foreign Languages and Information Technology (HUFLIT) will accept applications for admission based on the results of the high school graduation exam in the fourth round of 2023 for 18 undergraduate majors under the regular system.
HUFLIT announces the guaranteed threshold for admission quality based on the method of evaluating the high school graduation exam results in 2023On July 24, 2023, the Admission Council of HUFLIT announced the guaranteed threshold for admission quality based on the method of evaluating the high school graduation exam results in 2023. This threshold is applicable to 18 undergraduate majors under the regular system, following the admission evaluation process regulated by the Ministry of Education and Training. The admission score threshold ranges from 15 to 16 points.
Instructions for candidates to apply for university admission on the portal of the Ministry of Education and Training in 2023
Seminar for lecturers of the Faculty of Foreign Languages – “Multiculturalism and Social Changes in Modern American Literature”
On May 23rd, 2022, the Faculty of Foreign Languages organized a seminar for lecturers with the theme “Multiculturalism and social change in modern American literature”. The keynote speaker was Professor Dr. Robert Adams, a Fulbright scholar from Florida Atlantic University (USA).
The Faculty of Foreign Languages’ Board of Directors expressing gratitude to the guest speaker
According to Professor Robert, modern American literature in the 20th and 21st centuries has been influenced by global social and cultural changes, such as the end of colonialism and the subsequent shift towards globalization, nationalism and ethnic movements, Marxist philosophy, the women’s liberation movement, the environmental protection movement, spiritual and religious beliefs, and more.
Dr. Robert sharing at the seminar
The faculty lecturers engaged in discussions and listened to Professor Robert’s insights on issues related to contemporary American authors, literary works, teaching methods in literature, and incorporating current global issues such as environment, gender, multiculturalism, etc., into the classroom.
Professor Dr. Robert Adams with the Faculty of Foreign Languages’ lecturers
In the future, the lecturers of the Faculty of Foreign Languages will continue to participate in various academic seminars to enhance their knowledge. With a focus on organizing effective and practical activities to improve teaching skills, facilitate knowledge sharing, and elevate the quality of education, these activities will undoubtedly contribute to promoting the educational activities of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and HUFLIT as a whole in the coming academic years.