NTU-PKNU student exchange program

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On January 19, the student exchange program collaborated between Nha Trang University and Pukyong National University has started at Nha Trang campus. Seventeen students from PKNU joint the program that will take place in three weeks.

NTU-PKNU student exchange program

The program includes three courses: Vietnamese Culture and Vietnamese Language (Basic), Tropical Marine Biology and Aquaculture, and Khanh Hoa Fisheries Economics and Tourism.  Students will take part in classes, meet with staff and students of NTU, and take field trips to locations, factories in and outside Khanh Hoa province such as Huyndai Vinashin Shipyard, Vinh Thai Lagoon, Hon Mun Marine Protected Area etc. Courses are taught by instructors from NTU and University of Bergen (Norway), students also participate in cultural exchange events and Open Day 2015 at NTU.

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