On 8th and 9th of July, VGAC joined the Higher Education Fair organised by ATS in HCMC and Hanoi:
– In HCMC: Saturday, 8th of July, 13:00 – 17:00 at Liberty Citypoint
– In Hanoi: Sunday, 9th of July, 13:00 – 17:00 at Hanoi Tower
The fair had the participation of more than 20 Australian institutions and universities. There was a 45 minute Q&A session between VGAC representatives and prospective students. During the session, audiences had the opportunity to hear great sharing from Australian alumni in how to gain life experience while studying in Australia. Following the Q&A session, VGAC representatives welcomed students at their booth for further sharing.
Along with launching newly revamped website on Friday the 7th of July, VGAC unveiled the new club uniform at the event. The new uniform indicates VGAC’s continuing mission of promoting Australia education – Future Unlimited.
About VGAC representatives joining ATS Higher Education Fair
Hương was selected as Box Hill Institute International Student Ambassador representing Vietnam and received a scholarship to study an Associate Degree in Commerce in March 2013. In November 2013, Huong became Victoria’s International Student of the Year – Higher Education and the Premier’s Award – International Student of the Year with a $20,000 scholarship.
In May 2014, Huong was chosen to be an International Student Ambassador for Victoria State. Two months later, Huong became one of the finalist for the Most Inspiring International Student of the Year award by CISA (Council International Student Australia).
Upon completing the Master degree of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne, Australia), Huong has returned to Vietnam and worked as International Partnership and Engagement Manager for KOTO – a Social Enterprise. Recently, Huong was selected to be one of Young Leaders representing Vietnam to participate in the Australia-Vietnam Young Leader Dialogue, which was held in Sydney in May 2017.
Trang has completed her degree in Business Management at at Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne, Australia) in 2011. She is currently working at the National University in HCMC.
Uyen is currently working at the Department of International Cooperation (ICD), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) in Hanoi.
Linh holds a Bachelor degree of Visual Communication from UTS and a Master degree of PR & Advertising from UNSW.
Upon returning to Vietnam, Linh joined Truong Hai Auto as a Creative Assistant in a project for 4 months. He’s now working offshore as a Graphic Designer and is part of the Marketing team of Cleanaway, an Australian leading waste management, recycling and industrial services company.
More photos of the event can be found at VGAC Facebook page.