Lecturer Luu Duc Anh from the Vietnam National Academy of Music (VNAM) performs at the MOU singing between the VNAM and Australia Music Examinations Board on December 3. (Source: dantri.com) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – The Vietnam National Academy of Music (VNAM) will cooperate with the Australia Music Examinations Board (AMEB) in fields of training, performance and music exchange. Under the memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed on December 3 at the VNAM, the AMEB will provide curriculum and experts to exam the VNAM’s students. Lecturers of the VNAM’s will have more opportunity to attend training courses given by AMEB’s system. “This is the most exciting international partnership in the history of the AMEB,” said Miky Tyler, Chair of the AMEB Board of Directors at the MOU singing ceremony. “As an iconic Australian organisation, we are proud to begin this association with the VNAM which represents the highest level of music education in Vietnam”. The AMEB is one of the most distinguished and recognised music examination boards in the world. This significant export move is in response to continuing discussions with the VNAM, following the AMEB recognising the need for consistent and high-quality music education across Vietnam. As part of the partnership, the AMEB… Read full this story
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