VGAC Introduction

VGAC – The Vietnam’s Graduates from Australia Club is a non-profit organisation founded in 1991 by the Vietnam – Australia Friendship Association (VAFA) and open to all Australian Alumni in Vietnam. With 25 years of establishment and strong support from the Australian Government, Australian institutions, and companies in Vietnam, the organisation has built a network of more than 6000 members in five chapters – Hanoi, Hue, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho. The members are working as government officials, business people, academics and professionals throughout the country, playing their parts in contributing to the development of both Vietnam and Australia and to collaboration between the two countries.

VGAC Mission

To create excellent networking opportunities for our members, as well as to contribute to the promotion of friendship, education, collaborative relations and mutual understanding between Vietnam and Australia.

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From the Management Board

On behalf of all members,
Welcome to the Vietnam’s Graduates from Australia Club (VGAC)
As the National Chairman, I have been given the honour of leading our club since 2015. What lies ahead is both exciting and challenging.
VGAC has a long and proud history of supporting members to have potential career opportunities and great business partnership, at the same time promoting Australian education. VGAC’s mission is more than just mere words, it is belief and commitment. I am so honoured to be amongst individuals who dare to make a difference and engage as one to help those who need it most.
This year, VGAC continues expanding our network to showcase the capacity and success of Australian alumni in Vietnam. With a growing network, we embrace our passion of sharing experiences in studying and living in Australian to the future students and empower Australian Alumni’s spirit.
Every one of us has something to give, be it by deed or action, which can make this world a better place. VGAC also continues organising charitable activities that may vary from collecting and donating charity funds, books, and scholarships for disadvantaged students, etc.
I would like to send our appreciation to the supports from Australian Government agencies, sponsors and committee members to the development of VGAC. I wish you all great health and success and look forward to your accompany to VGAC future activities.

Lee Chang An
National Chairman