The Australian Vocational and Higher Education 2009 will be held in Hanoi on Nov. 21 and Ho Chi Minh City the next day, the Australian Consulate General in the city has announced.
|RMIT Universty’s Saigon South campus in Ho Chi Minh City. RMIT is among the exhibitors in the Australian Vocational and Higher Education 2009.|
It said more than 50 Australian universities and colleges will travel to Hanoi and seventy to Ho Chi Minh City to participate in the largest Australian education exhibition in Vietnam. The event will run at the Daewoo Hotel in the capital and the Sheraton Saigon Hotel in HCM City.
Organised by the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), this will be the fifth annual exhibition in Vietnam. As usual, it will provide students and their families with access to a growing range of education programs, curriculum and education pathways, as well as practical information about the benefits of living and studying in Australia.
In addition to meeting with representatives from the participating institutions, the exhibition’s seminar program will provide visitors with information about the student experience and visa requirements from the Australian Government, an overview of Australia’s education system, the benefits of studying vocational education and profiles of specific fields of study and study destinations.
The exhibitors will include the Melbourne Institute of Technology, RMIT University, Curtin University of Technology, University of New South Wales, University of Sydney, Swinburn University of Technology, Victoria University, Griffith University, and University of Queensland, to tell some.
According to Austrade, more than 21,000 Vietnamese students are currently enrolled in courses in Australia, a five-fold increase since 2005.