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UNSW Business Showcase March 2018

VGAC joined the UNSW Business School Showcase on March 25th at Saigon innovation Hub in HCMC and on March 29th at VP Bank Building in Hanoi.

In the showcase, UNSW Business senior management explained what made the School one of the best in the World. A presentation of study options, entry requirements and admissions process were followed by a Q&A session and also one-on-one consultation with UNSW staffs and their pathway provider.

A panel of alumni – VGAC members who are also UNSW alumni shared their experience as students at UNSW and how their career-focused university program helped them in developing a successful career.

ABOUT THE ALUMNI

Nguyễn Hữu Minh Nhựt
Nhut holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce with a major in Finance (1997) and an LLB (2000) from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
Nhut has experience in international business and multi-jurisdictional transactions. His practice focuses principally on M&A, private equity, international finance, and inbound foreign investment in general. Nhut has been involved in a number of large, complex transactions in which he has acted for multinational clients to provide solutions, to structure and to implement the transaction. He has particular experience in structuring complex M&A deals that require creative structures of share acquisition in light of existing legal restrictions and ambiguities. He has practiced law in Vietnam for over 15 years.

Phan Hữu Duy
Duy holds a Master’s Degree in Commerce with a major in Banking and Finance (2000) .
Duy has over 17-year experience working in the banking industry; He has worked at United Overseas Bank, Deutsche Bank and ANZ Bank Vietnam. Duy has built a strong background and an in-depth knowledge about the markets, products and regulations. During his career, he has involved in almost all aspects of a Markets department, from trading to sales, from balance sheet management to process and procedure and developing people. Duy has interacted and cooperated with many businesses and functions, from retails to wholesales, from Corporate Banking to Trade and Cash Management, from Risk to Controls, and to all the support functions to get thing done.

Hồ Thị Mai Phương
Phuong graduated from the University of New South Wales Sydney in 2010 with a Master degree of Financial Analysis.
Phuong has worked for TongYang Asset Management, a Korea fund which is investing in Vietnam stock market, as a senior analyst since she returned to Vietnam. With almost seven years of experience, she is an expert in real estate, transportation, engineering and construction, packaging and containers, and electrical compo and equipment.

Lê Quý Dương
Duong graduated Theater cinema in 1990, working in the Department of Performing Arts for a while see … boring for the trite. In 1993 “his” young director Le Quy Duong decided … quit to Australia to study self-sufficiency.
Into his land, as has forgotten profession who studied, worked, so that one day passing by the theater inside it, “he” curious … please step in and do a free foot landscape painting.
How it impelled, director of theater chat, said he is “artist People” is open opportunity to challenge for Duong. ” Waiting”  is the first play he sent the VN thanks script translated into English in order to perform at the Theater Bridge, Coniston.
He has received awards: Award for best author of Australian production (1997, 1998), the prize for best director of communications Organization Asia (1999), Prize W. Chrchill of Royal (2000), author of the best playwrights of the state Queensland – Australia (2001) …
“I am proud that Australia has opened up many opportunities for me, I thank Australia. But Vietnam is a place that I always cherish “, Director Le Quy Duong confided. Whether an Australian citizen, but Le Quy Duong still looking Vietnam as a place “was born and will return, which is responsible for the country and do something meaningful with his homeland”.
This Australian overseas Vietnamese director in the City with the collective desire to create theater can play prop up the stage here. Companies VACEP – Development Projects and Cultural Exchange in Vietnam and internationally, had a specific plan to build a City Theater “Theater” caliber.

 ABOUT UNSW BUSINESS SCHOOL

Fast Fact

  • Top 50 – World University Ranking 2017/2018
  • Produced more technology Entrepreneurs
  • Educated more CEO
  • Boast more millionaire alumni

Large and diverse

  • 15,027 students
  • 36% of students are international
  • 290 academics and researchers
  • 227 professional and technical staff

More opportunity

  • 8 schools: Accounting, Banking & Finance, Economics, Information Systems, Technology and Management, Marketing, Management, Risk & Actuarial studies, Taxation and Business Law
  • 6 AGSM programs
  • 231 scholarships worth $2,895,820 awarded in 2016

The full live-sharing session in HCMC can be found at Saigon Innovation Hub Fanpage
More photos of the event can be found at VGAC Facebook page.

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