VIETNAM IS NOW THE 5TH LEADING HOST COUNTRY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS- MORE THAN 30,000 STUDENTS ON ACTIVE STUDENT VISAS AS OF 12/8/2016!
California ETEC hosted a week long recruitment tour with stops in Bangkok, Thailand, Yangon, Myanmar, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, March 14-19th. These recents events proved to be highly productive and indicate strong opportunities for near-term recruitment success in each country.
A brief recap of Spring events can be downloaded below-
SEVP’s latest report, released on December 15th reveals that Vietnam is now the 5th largest host market for international students in the U.S. The report reflects all classes of student and exchange visas- and places Vietnam above Japan and Taiwan. Vietnam and S.E. Asia clearly need to be consider for active engagement in 2016.
VETEC announces formal alliance with TABS to promote Fall Fair stop in Ho Chi Minh City on November 7th.April 18th, 2013 | Posted by in International Education Events | student recruitment fairs | Student Recruitment in Vietnam | Uncategorized - (0 Comments)
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.