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Vietnamese scholars strive for development through Australia Awards Scholarship
Thirty-seven Australia Awards Scholarship recipients from Vietnam will soon begin their study at Australian universities where they build leadership skills to drive change and contribute to Vietnam’s inclusive socioeconomic development. Australia Awards Scholarships are prestigious awards funded by the Australian Government for Vietnam’s emerging leaders. Since 1974, Australian government-funded scholarships
Treasuring alumni’s contributions to Australia-Vietnam bilateral relations
The Australian Embassy and the Vietnam-Australia Friendship Association co-hosted the inaugural Australian Alumni Awards on 19 April. These Awards, presented by Australia’s Trade and Tourism Minister, honoured the achievements of those Vietnamese who have studied in Australia. It was a particularly fitting celebration during the 50th year of the Australia-Vietnam diplomatic relationship.
Australian alumni determined to build livelihood opportunities for ethnic minorities
Born and raised in the mountainous Vo Nhai district (Thai Nguyen province), Ly Thi Thuy Duong was always driven to help her community to make the most of the potential of their lands and create livelihoods. “Since childhood, in my imagination, Australia appeared with sunny green grasslands and kangaroos. That
Vietnamese scholars ready for transformational education in Australia
Twenty-three Vietnamese students are heading to Australia on Australian Government funded scholarships to study at Australian universities next month. Since 1974, Australia has supported over 6,500 Vietnamese to build their skills through the Australia Awards Scholarships initiative. The 23 awardees, drawn from central and provincial governments, NGOs, academic institutions, and
Australian alumni in biodiversity conservation promoting community engagement
Conservationist Hoang Van Chuong gained practical advanced research and communications skills while studying a Master of Tropical Biology and Conservation at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia. Returning to Vietnam after graduation, he continues to dedicate his career to nature conservation. While he was an Australia Awards student in Townsville,