International universities from the US, Canada, Europe and Asia will meet with Vietnamese students at the EDUEXPO this week to promote education opportunities.
The fair will take place at Ho Chi Minh City’s Rex Hotel on March 19 and at Hanoi’s Melia Hotel on March 20, both from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. with free entrance, organizers said in a release.
At the fair, students and parents will have the opportunity to meet admission officials and begin the application process for undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral programs.
Julio Ronchetti, president of FPP EDU Media, said that the fair is expected to attract up to 50 university representatives.
“This is an excellent opportunity for Vietnamese students and their families to meet representatives of universities and to ask questions and learn about the offerings of some great universities,” he said.
EDUEXPO features programs to meet different study goals and budget preferences, including universities of the Czech Republic, which offer high-quality degree programs in English at a much more affordable cost.
In addition to connecting representatives of universities and prospective students, the EDUEXPO in Vietnam will feature seminars to help students consider educational and career plans as well as studying management and communications and other relevant issues.