Three awardees with disability Huynh Huu Canh Nguyen Thi Hai Yen v Nguyen Thuy Tien with Ms Karen Lanyon

52 Australia Awards Scholarship recipients set to depart for Australia

Fifty-two Australia Awards Scholarship recipients will soon leave Vietnam to join more than 500 Australia Awards awardees and 20,000 Vietnamese students for a world-class education in Australia. They will undertake postgraduate studies at an Australian university of their choice.

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Ausie Alumni Reunion

Celebrating the achievements of Australian alumni and highlighting White Ribbon Day

On 25 November 2017, 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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Mr Craig Chitick at WC

Australia announces outcomes of Alumni Small Grants Scheme

On 22 September 2017, Australian Ambassador H.E. Mr Craig Chittick announced the Australian Embassy will provide over AUD 488,000 in grants for alumni, through the Alumni Small Grants Fund. The announcement was made during the “Welcome Home Ceremony” for nearly 50 Australia Awards recipients who have recently completed their studies in 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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Aus4Skills and the Centre for Gender Studies and Womens Leadership GeLead signed a memorandum of understanding MOU

Australia helping Vietnam advance women in leadership

On 8 September 2017, in Hanoi Australia has launched the Advancing Women in Leadership component of Aus4Skills - an Aus4Vietnam investment of the Australian Government. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed on 7 September between Aus4Skills and the Centre for Gender Studies and Women’s Leadership (GeLead) at the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics, followed by the launch of the Australia Awards Short Course - Women in Leadership Journey.

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