International Education Fair Vietnam - Event Details
- International Education Fair Vietnam
- Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh
- Start date
- Thursday, 14-Mar-2019 starts 09:00
- End date
- Monday, 18-Mar-2019 ends 19:00
- Target Audience
- High school, College, Bachelor, Master, PhD, Professional, MBA, Graduate
- Price (as of)
- 850 USD
+ International Education Fair Vietnam - Event Description
14 March 2019 - Hanoi 2x High School mini Fairs*
15 March 2019 - Hanoi student fair
Ho Chi Minh
16 - 17 March 2019 - Ho Chi Minh student fair
19 and 20 October - Ho Chi Minh 2x High School mini Fairs*
*High School Mini Fairs are international (IB) school visits. You will meet preselected international high school students looking for bachelor and college programs abroad.
Cities and events can be booked separately. You can also book the entire tour. Please make an enquiry to learn more about atttractive discounts and early bird prices.
The International Education Fair Vietnam 2019 is targeted at high school leavers, university bachelor and master students and young professionals looking for bachelor, master, MBA and postgraduate study programs at top European, UK, US, Australian and Asian universities. This is your chance to meet talented students from the very best schools, colleges and universities in Vietnam.
The programs on display range from international bachelor and master programs to Graduate. LLM and MBA courses abroad and even language courses, university preparation courses and international traineeships. Students will have the opportunity to be in direct contact with representatives and directors of international institutions, with simultaneous translation by former exchange students who have studied abroad.
Student recruitment in Vietnam
Recruiting students from Vietnam has taken a flight over the past few years. With a population of nearly 90 million, about 60% of which is below the age of 35, Vietnam represents the top marketplace for student recruitment for overseas High Schools, International Learning Institutions, Language Schools, Technical Schools, Colleges, and Universities.
Student recruitment has taken a flight
The global economic crisis has led to a decline in the overall number of students studying abroad, but not among Vietnamese students! Due to the stability of Vietnam’s economic and political system the number of Vietnamese students going abroad to study increased by about 30% since 2009. According to the latest UNESCO study abroad data, a total number of 70,328 students are currently studying abroad for a tertiary degree. Although the US and Australia are market leaders, countries in Europe and Asia have been gaining ground as a result of increased recruitment acitivities in Vietnam.
While both parents and students are involved in the decision-making process, parents – as providers of financial support - tend be more influential in the choice of country; students, however, are more influential in the choice of institution and subject. Successful recruitment in Vietnam is about convincing parents.
Whilst we reach parents through our various online campaigns, we invest a significant amount of advertising dollars into key business/news magazines and newspapers to invite them and their families to the fair. We have also forged extensive media partnerships with key media organisations in each market to reach parents who fall into the A & B socio economic groups.
+ International Education Fair Vietnam - Event Program
Besides information on study possibilities abroad, students will find information on flights, visas, accommodation type, health insurance, foreign exchange, student ID and also seminars or lectures on how to have a successful international experience. International universities may look forward to meeting carefully targeted Vietnamese students at this Internatonal Student Fair.
Attend university presentations, find out all the information about different education systems and the latest enrollment information
Costs and Scholarships
Got your study expenses covered? You may be eligible for scholsrships, stipends or other forms of study allowances. Talk to the experts.
You will need a place to stay. But how to secure a place to live. Talk to people who know the local situation in your coutry of interest.
Get the latest information on travel documents, visas etc.
Meet up with university admission specialists. Get a provisional letter of admission!
Talk to travel and education specialists. If you go abroad....better be prepared!
Search engine marketing campaigns based on your course and study destination
Alliances with local embassies, national study organisations and advising centres.
Cooperation with key scholarship agencies
On campus promotion at top universities and private high schools
Social media and study abroad newsletters
Highly targeted advertising in print and outdoor media
Targeted media and corporate sponsors provide us direct access into the homes of affluent families
+ International Education Fair Vietnam - Visitor Info
Visitors statistics of the 2018 event
Visitor numbers per city
Ho Chi Minh - 1,901
Hanoi - 1,198
When students plan to study abroad?
Within 3 months - 10%
3 - 6 months - 32%
6 months - 1 year - 45%
> 1 year - 13%
Courses of interest
Certificate program - 20%
Executive program 13%
Summer school - 12%
Language program - 29%
Masters - 24%
MBA - 12%
PhD - 3%
Undergraduate - 44%
Vocational - 14%
Top 10 Subject Areas
Business & Management
Film, Media & Communications
Art & Design
Where do students want to study?
Australia - 39%
Canada - 34%
China - 17%
France - 21%
Germany - 10%
Holland - 12%
India - 7%
Ireland - 8%
Italy - 4%
Malaysia - 17%
New Zealand - 13%
Qatar - 5%
Singapore - 14%
South Africa - 2%
Swiss - 9%
Thailand - 9%
UAE - 12%
UK - 29%
USA - 40%
Making your fair experience easy and successful - Collect student data and increase conversions
We know our clients are extremely busy and are consistently traveling the world. To help reduce the work load, we offer a range of support services that makes participating easier and more cost effective. Lead management and especially the contact information you collect at education fairs are a crucial component of any student recruitment campaign.
+ International Education Fair Vietnam - Participants
The following schools took part in the previous edition:
Asia Pacific University - Malaysia
Aviation Institute of Maintanance - USA
Baruch College - USA
Brno University of Technology - Czech Rep.
California State University - USA
Cambrigde International School - UK
Cork Institute of Technology - UK
CQ University - Australia
Dublin Institute of Technology - Ireland
ESC Rennes - France
James Cook Univeristy - Australia
Limkokwing University - Malaysia
Southern Illinois University - USA
...and many more top international school, colleges and universities
+ International Education Fair Vietnam - Exhibitor Info
Latest Vietnamese Higher Education study abroad stats
Vietnam is ranked 9 in the world for outbound tertiary student mobility. Around 5% of Vietnam’s tertiary level students are enrolled on courses overseas, with over 90% of these outbound students self-funding their studies. At this point a total number of 70,328 students from Vietnam were studying for a tertiary degree (in higher education) abroad. According to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics these are the most popular study abroad destinations:
USA - 19,336
Australia - 14,449
Japan - 10,614
France - 4,860
UK - 4,236
Korea - 4,146
Canada - 2,034
Finland - 1,894
Germany - 1,808
Russia - 1,557
New Zealand - 1,036
Czech - 1,003
Thailand - 748
Malaysia - 620
Ukraine - 327
When you take all levels of educations into account, Vietnam sends over 125,000 students abroad anually, a record-breaking annual increase of 15%. According to the 2017 Open Doors report, Vietnamese students accounted for 8.7% (7,656 students) of the almost 90,000 students enrolled at community colleges across the US.
Owing to relatively low costs, open admission policies, good transfer opportunities and aggressive recruiting on behalf of institutions, there is an incredibly strong demand in Vietnam for high school completion programmes, notably in the US. High school completion programs are offered by community colleges and allow students to achieve two goals: earn a US high school diploma and an associate degree in two years.
Vietnamese Education System
Basic (i.e. junior) secondary education ( trung hoc co so ) lasts for 4 ye ars and is intended for children aged 11 - 15. Pupils can move on to long - term vocational training courses of 1 to 3 years in length, at vocational training schools. The Bang Tot Nghiep Nge certificate allows students to enter the labour market as educated workers.
Admission to upper secondary education requires that pupils pass an entrance examination. General secondary education ( trung hoc pho thong , also called ‘upper secondary education’) lasts for 3 years and is intended for children aged 15 - 18. Student s who complete this general education programme are awarded the Bang Tot Nghiep Pho Thong Trung Hoc (Certificate of secondary school graduation). Until around 1997 this certificate was called the Bang Tu Tai or Baccalaureate. The certificate grants admission to higher education in Vietnam.
Higher Education in Vietnam
Higher education is provided by universities, colleges and academic research institutes. Vietnam has various types of universities: open universities, technical universities, agricultural universities, medical universities and universities of economics. In 2013, Vietnam had 376 higher education institutions: 150 universities ( Truong dai hoc ) and 226 junior colleges ( Truong cao dang ).
Currently bachelor’s programs usually have a nominal du ration of 4 years, and award the Bang Tot Nghiep dai hoc (University Graduation Certificate). After completing a bachelor’s programme, students can take an entrance examination and continue on to a 2 - year master’s programme. Only students who completed their Bachelor full - time are eligible. The certificate awarded is a master's degree ( Bang Thac si ).
Vietnam Education Market information
For detailed information about the Vietnamese Study Abroad Market, download the Vietnam Education Fair Toolkit. In this toolkit you will find information about:
- Number of students abroad, areas of interest, destination countries etc.
- Your competitors in Vietnam
- How to reach Vietnamese students (popular websites, online behaviour, marketing opportunities)
- Online marketing trends (focussing on hoger education)
- Scholarships for Vietnamese students
You will find the Vietnam Education Fair Toolkit to be a useful source of information when you are looking to recruit Vietnamese students.