Thanh Nien Newspaper's 2024 Exam Counseling Program in Quang Nam: Students Explore and Choose to Prepare for Future Study Abroad Journeys


On March 3rd, nearly 4,000 students from 10 high schools in Quang Nam province gathered at Sky-line Hill International High School, Dien Ban town, to participate in the 2024 Exam Counseling Program organized by the Young People's Newspaper. The program was also livestreamed on the Young People's Newspaper's Facebook page and YouTube channel. During the program's opening session, students received official information from the Ministry of Education and Training about the high school graduation exam and university admissions; information about majors, employment opportunities, and career prospects; and clarification of some candidates' concerns about admissions and university studies.

The demand for studying abroad or in international joint programs with international elements in Vietnam is increasing. Experts from universities analyzed the advantages of studying abroad in place and joint programs; differentiated between qualifications of in-place study programs and joint programs; and shared methods for identifying quality international joint study programs, etc. Participating in advice on suitable study abroad pathways for students with intentions, Dr. Doan Thi Lien Huong - Deputy Head of the Training Department - University of Economics - Da Nang University, advised parents and students to thoroughly research international joint programs, consider compatibility with interests, passions, and study abroad conditions to choose the optimal program.

Dr. Doan Thi Lien Huong advises on suitable study-abroad pathways for students in the program

For the University of Economics, this year the university continues to enroll students in the international bachelor's degree program - a program that has attracted significant attention and high appreciation from parents and students for many years. This program is taught entirely in English with transfer options of 2+2, 3+1, in collaboration with prestigious partners worldwide such as Swinburne University of Technology (Australia), City University of Seattle (USA), Herriot-Watt University (UK), Lincoln University (New Zealand), etc. Additionally, students who favor regular bachelor's programs can also register for two English-taught programs in Marketing and International Business immediately upon admission to the university if they meet the language proficiency requirements. Graduates of these programs can confidently compete for global employers as well as enhance their qualifications at leading universities.

Dr. Lien Huong introduces international joint programs at DUE to high school students in Pham Phu Thu (Quang Nam province)

Dr. Doan Thi Lien Huong also shared some transfer study abroad programs, and exchange study abroad programs under the cooperative agreements of the University of Economics with reputable partners worldwide. This is an opportunity for students to expand globally and experience advanced learning environments, as well as the cultures of various countries. Let's also listen to the latest sharing from two students, Le Cam Khuong and Le Thi Thuy Trang, DUE students at Nottingham Trent University (UK): http://due.udn.vn/vi-vn/tintuc/tintucchitiet/id/18615/bid/455

Students visit the university's admission consultation booth to learn about this year's admissions information

With nearly 50 years of tradition in training economics and management disciplines, the University of Economics - Da Nang University remains the top priority of parents and students in the Central Highlands - Central region during the university admissions season. The preference for and choice of the University of Economics comes from the geographical convenience, the quality of education that has been affirmed, and the increasingly internationalized training programs aligned with international education standards.

At the university's admission consultation booth, candidates also raised many questions about admission methods, facilities, as well as the learning environment, the school's Youth Union - Student Union activities, etc. Consultants meticulously addressed these questions, provided the latest admissions information, and gave many tips to students for the upcoming high school graduation exam.

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