Vietnamese students will have the opportunity to learn about excellent education systems, the culture, traditions and attractions of European countries.

Under the theme “Study in Europe - A unique experience”, in Hanoi, the event will take place between 08h30 and 15h00 on October 28th at the Vietnam National University (No.144 Xuan Thuy road, Quan Hoa ward, Cau Giay district), while in Ho Chi Minh city, it will take place between 13h30 and 18h30 on October 30th at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University-HCMC (No.10-12 Dinh Tien Hoang street, Ben Nghe ward, District 1).


Participants will attend a two-hour conference session with valuable information and actual experience from the alumni speakers. They are representatives of outstanding Vietnamese students who have been or are still studying in EU countries.

According to Ambassador of the EU Delegation to Vietnam, Mr. Bruno Angelet, studying in Europe, visitors will have opportunities to learn new languages and inter-cultural skills, as well as be able to travel all over the continent and discover the beauty of Europe.

“These are only some of many more attractive features that EU offers in a very competitive ‘package’ to Vietnamese students to create their invaluable, memorable, and unique experience: a great variety of high quality courses in sciences, economics and finance, art, music, hospitality…, combined with a wealth of history, breath-taking landscapes, buzzing cities and vibrant cultures”, he said.

Out of a total number of 60,000 Vietnamese students currently following courses abroad, Europe is the second biggest net receiver of Vietnamese students with more than 15,000 studying in Europe. In 2017, 29 students have received full scholarship from the Erasmus+ Program to study Master courses in Europe. This year, more than 500 undergraduate students received funding under the International Credit Mobility program to complete short courses (3-6 months) in Europe.

Throughout the events, public visitors could get detailed information and consulted with more alumni and country representatives at the information booths which were displayed for each member state: Belgium (Wallonia-Brussels), Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and the UK. Participants also enjoyed the quizzes and bring home some gifts about Europe./.

 

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