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SE Vietnam at IIE Summit 2015

Posted by SE Vietnam - Student Exchange Vietnam

As an independent NGO founded in 1919, Institute of International Education (IIE) is among the world’s largest and most experienced international education and training organizations.  On October 1-2, the inaugural IIE Summit 2015 on Generation Study Abroad brought education, government and business leaders and journalists together in Washington, D.C. for action-oriented discussions on how to ensure international experience is a key part of a 21st Century education and make study abroad opportunities available to all. It was the very first time of IIE Summit on Generation Study Abroad. More than 650 participants from 42 states and 22 countries came together to share stories, experiences, ideas, challenges, and strategies for doubling the number of U.S. students who study abroad by the end of this decade. By all accounts it was a tremendous success. Educators, students, government representatives, and key private sector partners came together to demonstrate the enthusiasm and support for this important initiative.

Student Exchange Vietnam (SE Vietnam), cooperated with IIE, hopes that together, we can bring as many chances as possible for the foreign students to go to Vietnam with the most flexible and customizable way. Vietnam is a beautiful country. With an estimated nearly 90 million inhabitants as of 2014, it is the world’s 13th-most-populous country, and the eighth-most-populous Asian country. It provides opportunities for learning in a wide range of disciplines, including: business, law, marketing, social work, environment, hospitality, and so on. SE Vietnam wants to join hands with local universities to mark Vietnam on International Education Map by showing doors for international students to enjoy studying in Vietnam and to create more accessibility for local students to experience international exposures.

*** Do you want to get a full scholarship to Vietnam? Go to: http://tovietnamnow.com/ for more information.

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