The British Council Vietnam is organising the Study UK Exhibition in Hanoi on 6 October and in Ho Chi Minh City on 7 October.
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In this upcoming event, guests will have the opportunity to meet representatives of over 30 high schools, colleges and universities in the United Kingdom, and gain access to study programs in the UK.
This year’s event offers a list of up to 30 prestigious schools in the UK and a number of valuable scholarship programs as well as the opportunity to apply directly to school representatives. At the event, in addition to the education fair in the exhibition hall, a series of exciting seminars and activities will take place, providing prospective students with useful information about the preparation for a successful study UK journey.
To discover education in the UK, benefiting from the experience of “real people, real stories” is crucial. Attendees will become familiar with study programs and hear from international students about their dynamic student life and enjoyable experiences. The visa department of the British Embassy in Vietnam will also be on hand to answer questions about UK study visas.
Attendees will also be given the chance to gain exclusive insights into a colourful student life in London filled with opportunities through the eyes of the author of the book “Trai Hà Nội, lặn lội London” (“Hanoian Guy Takes Over London”; learn top tips to enhance your employability through work experience and extra-curricular activities at university via the study UK stories brought by Mai Anh Pham (Juliéy), our living book and receive counselling about the UK visa application process with the United Kingdom Visa and Immigrations (UKVI) Vietnam’s Visa Manager.
Finding a job after graduating is always a big concern for international students. Through the innovation of UK education, study programs increase a student’s employability.
The Sandwich Program is currently the most popular choice for overseas students studying in the UK. Students have a year of internship at companies besides the 3 years at university. After graduating, students have a bachelor’s degree along with a year of work experience on their CV, making it more impressive to employers. UK universities are responsive and work closely with companies to bring practical work experience to students in the process of learning.
The UK government recently made adjustments to assist international students in seeking employment following graduation from 27 bachelor's programs in the United Kingdom. This is another great incentive for choosing to study in the UK for many students around the world.PSNews