Case Writing Workshop in Vietnam



Case Writing Workshop in Vietnam


The University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City organised the international workshop entitled 'The Role of Case Studies in Effective Teaching and Learning' from 19 to 22 November 2018. The event brought together leading academic experts and corporates from eight countries: Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Italy, Czech Republic, UK and Switzerland. During three days, participants learnt through teaching sessions, corporate visits, discussions and workshops about the role of case studies in effective teaching and learning.

 

In addition, Swiss-ASEAN Learning and Teaching hold the second Annual General Assembly meeting electing new officials and representatives of the Association.




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