RMIT International University Vietnam is conducting an Information Day at its Saigon South campus on Sunday 29 March 2009 and on 12 April 2009 at Hanoi campus.
Aimed at potential students and their families considering a quality international education with a recognised Australian university degree, able to be earned here in Vietnam, the Information Day will allow visitors to explore the university's many programs, facilities and scholarship opportunities.
There will be formal presentations and discussion about different study programs, study plans, and consultation on program features and admission criteria.
In an interactive information session, RMIT Vietnam's current students and graduates will share with prospective students and parents about internship programs, career opportunities and studying experience.
The Information Day will also include English demonstration classes, international cultural activities and games.
"From having just over 30 students when we opened in 2001 in Ho Chi Minh City, RMIT Vietnam now boasts a dynamic student body of more than 5,000, including more than 300 foreign students from 40 other countries," RMIT Vietnam President Professor James Barber said.
"More and more people appreciate that RMIT Vietnam is a great place to obtain a world-class international education without leaving Vietnam."
Further media information:
Ms Tran Huynh Nha Tran, Communications Coordinator, phone: (84.8) 3776 1345, email: firstname.lastname@example.org