The classroom, funded by KF Globale-School project, aims to provide students in the faculty of Korean language with online lectures.
(VOV) – An online Korean classroom has been put into operation at the Hanoi University for Foreign Studies affiliated to the Vietnam National University, according to the Korea Foundation.
The classroom with a large LCD screen, computer, high-speed internet, LED bulb and anti-noise equipment can accommodate up to 100 hundred students.
During lessons in the classroom students and professors in the ROK are able to communicate directly with students in Vietnam.
With the most modern equipment, the new classroom also meets international standards for important online conferences.
The online curriculum program has been highlighted and the College of Foreign Languages expressed its wish to expand the model to contribute to improving the quality of teaching Korean culture and language.
KF Global e-School project also support students who have made high academic achievements at Chung Ang University, helping strengthen cooperation between Vietnamese and Korean universities.