The U.S. school delegation that attended VETEC’s Fall Recruitment events in HCMC, October 24-25th, have already begun to report student applications for both Spring 2015 and Fall 2015 intakes.  The recent events including visits to leading Vietnamese public and private high schools and colleges ( 10/24) and participation in a exclusive U.S. Study Fair( 10/25).     The delegation also attended a Visa Section briefing at the U.S. Consulate.     VETEC will be hosting recruitment events in both Bangkok( 3/17-3/18) and HCMC( 3/20-3/21) in March 2015.

 

Strong attendee turnout at VETEC U.S. Study Fair hosted on Saturday, October 24th

VETEC delegation visits a leading high school in HCMC on Friday, October 24th

California ETEC in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Commerce, ITA, will be hosting high impact events in Thailand and Vietnam,  Spring 2015.  These efficient marketing events will include travel to both Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City.    Please visit the following link for further event information and sign-up.    http://www.studycalifornia.org/pdfs/vetec_spring_2015_events_registration_form_912.pdf

 Early Bird Registration Discounts offered through December 31st, 2014.

 

 

VETEC-U.S. Education Center held a lively briefing session with East Los Angeles College on June 21st.    Vi Ly, Dean of Student Affairs at East Los Angeles College(ELAC), provided a detailed briefing about opportunities to study at a U.S. Community College and the advantages of 2+2 pathways at leading California and U.S. universities.     Students who were unable to attend the June 21st event are encouraged to contact VETEC to learn about study opportunities at ELAC and how to qualify for a special international scholarship available when applying through VETEC.

VETEC hosts Vi Ly, East Los Angeles College on June 21st.

Ai Chau greeted by Vi Ly, Dean, East Los Angeles College at VETEC

VETEC is pleased to congratulate Ai Chau who successfully passed her visa interview on June 5th.  Ai Chau will be attending East Los Angeles College(ELAC) beginning Fall 2014.

Ai Chau sought assistance from VETEC in early 2014 to identify school options and provide application support.

 

Ai Chau poses with her mother after successfully passing her U.S. Visa interview on June 5th, 2014

VETEC-U.S. Education Center welcomed a motivated group of students and parents on June 11th to hear about study opportunities at San Jose City College(SJCC).   SJCC International Student Program Director,  Dorian Tran,  provided a very informative briefing and answered a number of questions related to study options at SJCC including the International Transfer Agreement Guarantee or ITAG,  popular study majors and available student services.

VETEC and SJCC will soon be announcing a special scholarship available for qualified students who apply for Spring 2015 or Fall 2015 intakes.

The latest SEVP report released on May 7th shows that 20, 832 Vietnamese were studying in the U.S, up 4% since January 2014.    Secondary student and undergraduate placements are pacing this new growth.