Communications

Part of my job as an International Coordinator is to update the websites related to exchange studies and studying abroad on KIs website. I also produce information for the digital screens found around campus, and am the editor of the “Newsletter for International Students at KI”.

This is one of the topics that I have been discussing with Ms H, responsible for communications at the Department of International Cooperation. She has an interest in starting a newsletter, especially with focus on the international students that study at Hue University.  I was able to share a few examples of the ones that we have produced. Not only for students at our university, but also the welcoming newsletter that we distribute to the incoming exchange students. She also suggested that a newsletter might be useful to send to partner universities to promote ongoing matters at a regular basis, which I think is quite an interesting idea and I will bring that back with me to discuss with my colleagues.

I brought with me the business cards to promote our global programmes, with links to the useful website as well as a QR code, which led to an interesting conversation on one way to promote edcuation to students.

Hue University will celebrate 60 years next year 2017 and Ms H is currently busy with writing articles, doing interviews and editing all the material for the jubilee magazine due to be published in March. In relation to this, we had an engaging discussion about the a visual identity for a university or business in general, when it comes to graphic profiles and promotional colour/s.

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