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Graduating from Harvard University with a master's degree in Public Policy, Tran Ha Duong said that he thought the prestigious school was “completely beyond my reach”.
After high school graduation, Do Thuy Linh won two prestigious scholarships to study at Japanese and Dutch universities.
Nguyen Quang Tung spent one gap year taking a trans-Vietnam trip, but his aim was not just to travel.
In the context of COVID-19, Education New Zealand (ENZ) will adopt a new approach for Vietnamese students to discover and experience New Zealand’seducation through the virtual New Zealand Education Showcase, to be held on October 18.
Students planning to study abroad this year may have to postpone or delay the plans because of the epidemic. Large universities have also adjusted their enrollment schedules.
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Dr Tran Thi Ly is one of the 50 most influential women in Vietnam in the field of science anf education recognized by Forbes Magazine.
Complicated procedures, low incomes and bad working environments explain why Vietnamese students do not want to return to Vietnam after they finish study overseas.
“Sometimes I feel lonely when sitting at a café with friends in Vietnam, because they mostly engage in idle talk,” said Nguyen Hoang Giang, 27, who has returned to Vietnam after six years of studying overseas.
Surpassing thousands of students, Nguyen Thi Hong Ngoc, born in 1991 from Quy Nhon City, Vietnam, has become the valedictorian of Tyler College with a perfect GPA of 4.0.
The difficult days experienced with living with the grandmother helped the male student from Ha Tinh province win a $260,000 scholarship for 4-year study in Washington.
Vietnamese Z-generation students are often leaving Vietnam at the age of secondary education. They are more self-confident than previous generations and willing to express their personal views.
A high number of bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates from prestigious schools overseas cannot find good jobs in Vietnam.