The historic elections that took place earlier this month in Myanmar  are a very favorable signal  for U.S. schools seeking to begin engagement with this long ignored market.

A recent article in the ICEF Monitor that is linked below offers keen analysis about market conditions and desire for educational cooperation sought by Myanmar.

VETEC will be leading the first official delegation coordinated by the US government to Myanmar on March 16, 2016.

 

http://monitor.icef.com/2015/11/myanmar-opening-up-to-foreign-investment-and-international-education/


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Irvine, California- Monday, June 3rd, VETEC Director, Ms. Thuy Vu, and California ETEC, Managing Director, Mr. Mark Matsumoto, met with US Ambassador to Vietnam, David Shear, to update him on the progress of VETEC, a collaborative partnership with the US government to exclusively promote US Education and Training in Vietnam. Ambassador Shear confirmed his active support for VETEC and efforts to promote US education in Vietnam. VETEC provides a range of support to US institutions seeking to begin or expand student recruitment and education exchange in Vietnam.

TABS and VETEC Announce Joint Admissions Event

 

ASHEVILLE NC, USA – March 17 2013

 

The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) in partnership with The Vietnam Education Center (VETEC) has announced that it will be hosting a Boarding School Admissions Fair at Asiana Saigon Intercontinental Hotel on Thursday, November 7 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

 

Families with children ages 10 to 17, and interested in learning about university preparatory schools abroad, are invited to attend this informal FREE event. Pre-registration will open soon at BoardingSchools.com/HCMC. (Registration will also be available on-site November 7.)

 

Schools from Canada, USA and around the globe will be available to answer questions, offer catalogs and application information, and to generally explore the boarding school option with families. Many types of schools will be represented such as single gender and coed, military, rural and urban, junior schools, athletics and pre-professional arts, IB, a variety of religious affiliations and those specializing in learning differences.

College prep boarding schools provide unequaled academics, supported by small classes of 10 to 12 students on average and students are allowed a kind of controlled independence. Living on campus with peers promotes lifetime friendships, and provides teachable moments for mentors to reinforce the lessons of both school and life. By the time graduates arrive at the world’s finest universities or their first professional job, they’re fully prepared for the challenges and responsibilities of adult life.

This event is just one leg of TABS annual 9-city Admissions Tour throughout Asia. To learn more, contact Annie Lundahl at lundahl@TABS.org or Mark Matsumoto at mark@vetecusa.com

VETEC ‘s 2013 Spring promotion of U.S. Education was held at the Intercontinental Hotel on March 23rd.  The 4 hour event drew

more than 200 attendees who expressed strong interest to study in the U.S.   This event included participation from the following

U.S.  schools and organizations:

1) College Board

2) TABS

3) California State University, Monterey Bay

4) Coast Community College District

5) University of Hawaii Community College- Hilo

6) University of California, Irvine

7) University of Illinois, Chicago

8) Solano College