„MWI scholarships enable the future leaders of the church in Africa and Asia to acqire the knowledge they will need in thier future roles. There is hardly any way to help more directly and more personally than by supporting a scholarship holder.”
Cardinal Walter Kasper
In Vietnam, there is an increasing interest in religions. However, only a few people are well enough educated in this field to lecture on religions at universities.
What is needed in Vietnam are trained specialists with a profound knowledge on religions as this topic has been neglected for decades under the socialist government.
Mrs. Thi Thuy Linh Nguyen has already gained a Master’s degree in the fields of Theology and Jurisprudence at the University of Seattle in the USA. Currently, she is writing her doctoral thesis in the field of Theology on a protestant community belonging to the tribe of the H’Mong. After completing her doctorate, she will teach at the Center of Contemporary Religious Studies of the University of Social Science and Humanities in Hanoi.
After completing her doctoral studies, she will return to the CeRCS (Center of Contemporary Religious Studies) in Hanoi where she will continue her scientific work and at the same time further develop the interreligious dialogue and support the religious communities.