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Promote the teaching of German at the High School for Gifted students in Social Sciences and Humanities

On August 12th, 2020, Prof.Dr. Pham Quang Minh (USSH's Rector) welcomed and worked with Mr. Joerg Helmke (Director of the German Central Agency for Schools Abroad (ZfA)). Attending the meeting were representatives of USSH's Office of Cooperation and Development and the High School for Gifted students in Social Sciences and Humanities.
Promote the teaching of German at the High School for Gifted students in Social Sciences and Humanities

At the meeting, Prof.Dr. Pham Quang Minh introduced to Mr. Joerg Helmke the High School for Social Sciences and Humanities, the first high school specializing in the training of Social Sciences and Humanities in Vietnam. The School officially held its entrance examination in July 2020, in which the English test saw relatively good scores from the candidates. Following a policy of comprehensive training and internationalization, the High School also pays attention to foreign language training. In addition to English as the primary foreign language, the School intends to teach German as the second foreign language. With that in mind, the School hopes to receive the support of ZfA in teaching this language.

Dr. Joerg Helmke would like to thank USSH for its warm reception and highly appreciated the idea of ​​choosing German to teach at the High School for Social Sciences and Humanities. ZfA is willing to support the School through improving German proficiency for its teachers, providing materials, and tranferring professional knowledge. He also invited the School to join the PASCH (Schools: Partners for the Future) initiatve, with more than 2000 members.

After the meeting, Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Quang Lieu invited Mr. Joerg Helmke to have a general look at the facilities, campus and classrooms of the School so as to devise the future plans for cooperation.

Author: Tran Minh

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