The VNU Journal of Science was established in 1985 for the publication of national and international research papers in all fields of natural sciences and technology, social sciences and humanities. Since then, the journal has grown in quality, size and scope and now comprises a dozen of serials spanning academic research. In 2002, with the rapid expansion of the field of Foreign Languages and International Studies, the VNU Journal of Science was delighted to announce the launch of the VNU Journal of Science: Foreign Studies.

Since 2017, as a natural development from its predecessor VNU Journal of Science: Foreign Studies, the VNU Journal of Foreign Studies continues to be an official, independent publication of the University of Languages and International Studies (ULIS) under Vietnam National University (VNU).

The VNU Journal of Foreign Studies publishes blind peer-reviewed research papers, discussions and reviews without fee concerning:

  • Linguistics
  • Foreign language education
  • International studies
  • Related social sciences and humanities

Bimonthly in 4 English editions and 2 Vietnamese editions in the current year in both print and electronic forms, the journal provides maximum exposure for published articles, making research available to all to read and share.

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20/12/2023

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Vol. 39 No. 6

Date Published: 31/12/2023

Research

THE TRANSLATION OF THEMES FROM ENGLISH INTO VIETNAMESE: THE CASE OF THE AMERICAN NOVEL “TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD” AND THE VIETNAMESE TRANSLATION “GIẾT CON CHIM NHẠI”
Van Van Hoang
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Page: 1-49
REPRESENTATIONS OF VIETNAMESE ETHNIC MINORITIES IN NEW HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS
Thanh Binh Trinh, Thi Hanh Pham
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Page: 50-69
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CREATIVITY AND GRAMMATICAL ACQUISITION OF NEW FORMS OF VIETNAMESE EFL SECONDARY STUDENTS
Trung Kien Pham
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Page: 70-85
TEACHING OUTSIDE AREA OF EXPERTISE: A BARRIER TO OR ENABLER OF TEACHERS’ SENSE OF COMPETENCE?
Huong Linh Tran
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Page: 86-99
STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS ON POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY IN ENGLISH LEARNING AT THANH DONG UNIVERSITY
Van Thang Nguyen
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Page: 100-124
SINGAPORE’S EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING ENGLISH AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR PROMOTING ENGLISH IN UNIVERSITIES IN VIETNAM
Anh Tho Le
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Page: 125-135
AN EVALUATION OF TWO BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE BOOKS, BUSINESS PARTNER B1+ AND BUSINESS PARTNER B2: STUDENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES
Huynh Trang Nguyen
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Page: 136-161
THE BRITISH ECONOMIC SITUATION AFTER BREXIT TO THE YEAR 2023
Thanh Van Chu
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Page: 162-174

Book Review

ENGLISH MEDIUM INSTRUCTION PRACTICES IN VIETNAMESE UNIVERSITIES - INSTITUTIONAL, PRACTITIONER AND STUDENT PERSPECTIVES
Ngoc Anh Dang
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Page: 175-180
METHODS IN PRAGMATICS
Huu Loc Le
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Page: 181-186