Vietnamese-Australian female student wins best academic achievement award in Australia
Thursday, 26/05/2022 10:55 (GMT+7)
With outstanding achievements, female student Ly Tam Nhu (Ruby) Nguyen has just been awarded the Best Academic Achievement Award by the New South Wales Department of Education of Australia.
Ruby Nguyen (third from left) receives the award (Photo: NSW)
Recently, the New South Wales (NSW) Department of Education held an award ceremony for outstanding international students at Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
The award is for international students studying at schools in the state of New South Wales, to honor outstanding candidates from many countries, including a Vietnamese female student.
It is Ruby Nguyen, who is considered to have outstanding achievements in the list of nominated candidates and has won the Best Academic Achievement award.
Coming from Bonnyrigg High School, this girl not only achieves perfect scores in many subjects, but also received an Australian University Admissions Ranking (ATAR) score of 99.85 - the highest of the all candidates this year.
Speaking at the award ceremony, Deputy Secretary General of NSW Department of Education Murat Dizdar highly appreciated the success of the award and honored the efforts of international students, especially during difficult times due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021./.