The Hanoitimes - The main topic of Study UK Fair 2019 focuses on career orientation for students.
Study UK Fair 2019, the biggest annual UK education event organized by the British Council Vietnam in 2019, will take place in Hanoi on October 6.
At this event, guests will have the opportunity to meet representatives of over 30 leading UK colleges, universities, prestigious education consultancy companies, and gain access to study programs in the UK.
The fair will deliver a golden opportunity for students to learn all the most up-to-date information regarding studying in the UK including the exciting new visa policy for international students.
The main topic of Study UK Fair 2019 focuses on career orientation for students. Joining this year’s fair, students will be consulted on how to choose majors and universities in the UK, focusing on six fields (marketing, engineering, art and design, media, hospitality management, education and linguistics).
Highlights of this year’s fair include a UK visa seminar with updated information about the new UK graduate immigration route, tips to apply for top UK universities, opportunities to study in Wales, the Chevening Wales scholarship program, and career-oriented seminars with experts from leading companies in Vietnam.
Especially, a seminar on future career opportunities in Vietnam will be attended by high-profile guest speakers from leading companies and corporations in Vietnam, such as CEO of Thien Minh Group Tran Trong Kien, CEO of Ventures Group Thai Van Linh, CEO of Navigos Group Nguyen Phuong Mai.
They will join useful sharing sessions and inspirational messages promises to help UK alumni and students in Vietnam understand how to build career development path in the Vietnamese market.
The UK government has announced a new graduate immigration route to allow international students to stay in the UK for two years after they graduate to work or look for work, ensuring the UK continues to attract the best talent from around the world.
UK universities will be able to recruit on the basis that students starting in the 2020-2021 academic year will benefit from this new scheme. This development will open opportunities for those planning to study abroad in the UK in the future.