The final official SAUNAC newsletter is now available in English and Vietnamese. In this edition we highlight the final stages of our work, including the introduction of our courses into Vietnamese universities and the final international event held in Hanoi.
Registrations are open for the final official SAUNAC event which will be held in Hue and hosted by Hue University of Sciences. Delegates will hear about SAUNAC progress, the plans in Hue for future modernisation and also be an opportunity to help the SAUNAC partnership take it work forward into the future. Click the image above to register.
Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) has presented SAUNAC at a number of events.
Ana Mª Gonzálvez-Pons (El Armelar, Valencia, Sapin)Dr. Javier Orozco-Messana(Universidad Politecnicade Valencia, Spain) presented Developing a sustainability curriculum for the built environment in Vietnam at the Materials Symposium organized by Granta at Cambridge University in June 2019.
SAUNAC was also presented at the Engineering Susta...
As SAUNAC project has come to the ending part, certain results have been accomplished. One of the most significant achievement from the project must have been the evaluation and feedback from all parties involved in SAUNAC for the FINCODA model.
The evaluation was based on three main methods: online questionnaire, interviews with teachers and interviews with students.
The questionnaire received a lot of positive feedback from st...
Student projects with businesses and public authority stakeholders are a central part of the SAUNAC activity, driving new teaching methods and collaborations between participating universities and their stakeholders. All SAUNAC universities in Vietnam are now introducing student projects into their degree delivery. The standard of work put into these projects by students has been extremely high and a number of these were prese...
Over 60 delegates attended the “International Workshop on Smart City: Stakeholder Cluster Development in Vietnam” on 6 May 2019.
The event was hosted by Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources & Environment and saw discussion and activity to share best practice in engaging stakeholder organisations in the goals of SAUNAC.
Henna Knuutila and Harri Lappalainen, Turku University of Applied Sciences Turku, Finland
Abstract — Vietnam has taken steps to reform its education sector but the shortage of skilled labor is still a major factor in slowing economic growth. Solving this problem would require a thorough reform of the education system and a strong linkage between educational institutions and businesses, in order to have a better match the needs...
The Spring 2019 Newsletter is now available to view by clicking on the image below.
In this edition:
- Implementation Visits to Europe
- the SAUNAC Training manual
- Course pilots and stakeholder engagement
- 8th Meeting of the International Network of Women Engineers and
- Scientists - Asia and Pacific Nation Network