Ausie Alumni Reunion

Australian alumni reunion 2017, coinciding with White Ribbon Day

Today in Hanoi, more than 500 Australian alumni and their family members came together at the Aussie Alumni Reunion to celebrate their achievements and to highlight the White Ribbon Day. Those alumni are part of a dynamic network of nearly 60,000 alumni of Australian education in Vietnam. They represent a wealth of knowledge, expertise and influence and they are making valuable contributions to Vietnam’s development and strengthening linkages between Vietnam and Australia.

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Vu Thi Hien

Celebrating the International Day for Rural Women

Today is International Day for Rural Women and to commemorate this day Australia Awards Vietnam is highlighting the work of Australia Awards - Vietnam alumnus, Vu Thi Hien, the founder of the non-government organisation Centre of Research and Development in Upland Areas (CERDA).

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Counselling Service for New Australia Awards Alumni

With the aim of supporting newly returning Australia Awards alumni who may be experiencing emotional, family or work related issues, Aus4Skills has contracted a professional counselling company who will provide services to alumni who completed their studies and have returned to Vietnam within the past 12 months.

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Trung in a television talk with Minister of Science and Technology Mr. Nguyen Quan

Nguyen The Trung: Pioneer CEO in the Industry 4.0 Revolution

Developing a system of digital governance, or laying the foundation for STEM education in Vietnam – these two are among many outstanding contributions of Nguyen The Trung – an Australian Awards Scholarship alumnus and CEO of DTT Technology Joint Stock Company.

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Nguyen Thao Van is an outstanding representative showcasing women in leadership as well as contributing to the community of people with disability

The will to live of the CEO with disability

Thao Van, who is wheelchair-bound, two years ago attended the 10 week course ‘Enabling Women’s Safety and Child Protection’ course at Flinders University, Adelaide under an Australia Awards Fellowship. The course in Australia had great impact on her career and life and gave her more confidence to continue her work assisting people with disability. “Coming back to Vietnam, I realised that Australia had taken many practical and specific actions to promote the integration of people with disabilities,” the CEO said.

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