Students give charitable house, scholarships

Students give charitable house, scholarships

After three months of appealing for contribution of benefactors and their own contribution, students of a university in Ho Chi Minh City have given a charitable house and scholarships to poor children in the Mekong Delta Province of Vinh Long.

Deputy Director of the National University of Ho Chi Minh City Nguyen Minh Tam awards scholarships to students with financial difficulties and good performance (Photo: SGGP)

Universities do much to help freshmen’s tuition fees

Due to the impact of Covid-19, freshmen are worried about tuition fee and financial burden during the academic year; therefore, many universities have cooperated with businesses and banks to support students by establishing financial resources, awarding scholarships, subsidizing bank interest rates.
At the ceremony

100 poor students given scholarships

Can Tho University and the fund of Vietnam Health, Education and Literature Projects (VNHELP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of Vietnam’s poor, have organized a ceremony to give 100 scholarships named after Nguyen Truong To, a reformer during the reign of Tu Duc of the Nguyen Dynasty.

More than 200 scholarships given to students

More than 200 Vu Dinh Lieu scholarships were given to destitute students, who are pursuing learning in higher education institutions in Ho Chi Minh City, the Mekong delta province of Tra Vinh yesterday.

Each good student granted US$644 scholarship

Each good student granted US$644 scholarship

Twenty good students of high education facilities in Ho Chi Minh City, the southern provinces of Dong Nai and Binh Duong yesterday received scholarships named “ Sharing the Dream” presented by SCG Corporation.

Former Vice State President Truong My Hoa  congratualtes studetns at the ceremony (photo: SGGP)

$77,437 scholarships presented to poor students

The Ho Chi Minh City Study Encouragement Association yesterday held a ceremony to present scholarships to more than disadvantaged 500 students worth VND1.8 billion ($77, 437).