HISTORY OF history of formation and development
May 2005: ASEM Vietnam was established and located at 42 Nguyen Van Cu Street, Vinh City. At its inception, ASEM Vietnam had only 12 Vietnamese teachers, 02 volunteers from the UK, and 07 classrooms.
April 2008: There was a need to expand the training scale, so the ASEM Vietnam center was relocated to its new address at 37 Duy Tan Street, Vinh City (near SOS Children’s Village Vinh). At that time, the number of staff and teachers totaled 28 individuals with 11 modern classrooms equipped according to international standards.
August 2008: ASEM Vietnam was nominated by the People’s Committee of Nghe An Province to receive a non-refundable grant from the Danish Government’s GCF Danida Project for the purposes of the purchasing modern educational equipment and facilities, and training teachers in international educational standards.
October 2008: ASEM Vietnam and the Australian Education Academy collaborated to develop training courses for ASEM Vietnam’s teaching staff. This project brought a new face to ASEM Vietnam after its completion.
October 2008: ASEM Vietnam launched multimedia rooms, including 16 high-tech computers, internet connection, and control units for learning English on the computer.
From June 2009 to April 2010: ASEM Vietnam sent three staff to study in Copenhagen, Denmark through the Danida Project.
May 2010: This was a major milestone in the unceasing development of ASEM Vietnam, which marked the opening of the second campus in Vinh City at 56 Le Hong Phong Street.
January 2012, Ms. Tran Thi Ngoc Yen, ASEM Vietnam Training Advisor, successfully defended her doctoral dissertation of English Teaching Methodology ahead of time. Returning from New Zealand, she continued contributing to ASEM Vietnam.
April 2012: Mr. Le Cao Tinh, the Deputy Director of ASEM Vietnam, was awarded the Vietnamese Government scholarship to study a PhD Degree in New Zealand.
June 2013: ASEM Vietnam campus 1 was moved to a new location at 104B Hermann Street, Vinh City. This campus was equipped with modern teaching facilities and a well-designed classroom system to create a dynamic learning environment for students.
August 2013: There were 2000 students enrolled at ASEM Vietnam.
Currently, ASEM Vietnam has built a strong workforce of 50 Vietnamese instructors (including two PhDs and 36 Masters) and five American instructors, as well as fifteen office staff. There are a total of 25 students and two labs throughout three campuses. Over the past four years, ASEM Vietnam has trained nearly 6,000 students every year.