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7/10/2017 8:26:38 AM

Vietnamese students to bring home Israeli advanced farming technology

(VNF) - A graduation ceremony has been recently held for over 150 Vietnamese and Nepalese students who attended the International Course for Agriculture from 2016-2017 at Sedrot Negev Agriculture Centre (SNAC) in northern Israel.

Trong hình ảnh có thể có: 10 người, mọi người đang cười, mọi người đang ngồi, cây, trẻ em và ngoài trời

Vietnamese students in SNAC campus (source: SNAC)

Delegates of Vietnamese and Nepalese embassy in Israel together with leaders of various governmental agricultural agencies in the host country attended the ceremony. 

Especially, during the ceremony, there is a session showcasing excellent thesis of students, in which the Vietnamese students were proud to present their final term project on "Postharvest treatment for citrus fruit". 

Vietnamese students also brought to the audience of the event exciting traditional arts performance.

Speaking at the event on July 6, Shlomo Nezer, director of SNAC said the course is exclusively designed for students from Asian countries, including Southeast Asia, and out of more than 150 graduates this year, about 50 come from Vietnam.
The centre looks forwards to more Vietnamese students enrolling its courses as they are very dynamic and creative, he noted, adding that a Vietnamese graduate plans to pursue a master degree in agriculture at Bengurion University.

Trong hình ảnh có thể có: 10 người, mọi người đang đứng, bầu trời, ngoài trời và thiên nhiên

Vietnamese students in a field trip in Israel (source: SNAC)

Khuat Van Quyen, representative of the Embassy of Vietnam in Israel, for his part, urged the Vietnamese graduates to work harder to learn more from Israel’s high technology and advanced management in agriculture so that they can further contribute to Vietnam’s agricultural development when returning home.

Besides SNAC, there are three more centres in Israel inviting Vietnamese students to enroll in their agricultural programmes – AICAT Arava, Ramat Negev, and Agrostudies./.

  ( Phi Yen )
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