Spring 2011 StudyUSA Community College Fairs in Vietnam


Staff and student volunteers after the Hanoi fair.

Following on the heels of a successful fall 2010 StudyUSA Community College Fair series, Capstone Vietnam is organizing a four-fair series next spring.    

Spring 2011 Fair Dates, Sites and Fees
Date City  Time Cost Lit Only
Feb 21 (Mon) Haiphong  3-7 p.m. $1,150 $300
Feb 23 (Wed) Hanoi 3-7 p.m. $1,250 $300
Feb 25 (Fri) Danang 3-7 p.m. $1,150 $300
Feb 27 (Sun) HCMC 3-7 p.m. $1,350 $300

Discounts available for 3- and 4-city packages. 

In addition to the usual pre-fair publicity, Capstone Vietnam plans to offer several marketing options that are designed to generate additional student/parent interest in participating schools.   

  • Vietnam ranks 9th, according to the 2010 Open Doors international academic mobility report, with over 13,000 students in the U.S.  Most begin their studies at a community college. 
  • Vietnam ranks 2nd in international enrollment at community colleges.
  • 80% of the student visas issued by the U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) are for community colleges.
  •  The StudyUSA Community Fairs in Vietnam cover all three regions of the country and enable you to meet with students and parents who are interested in a community college experience.   

  Here is what two colleagues had to say about the fall fairs: 

Capstone Vietnam’s StudyUSA Fairs represent great value for community colleges seeking to recruit students from Vietnam. Capstone’s fairs are the only ones that are exclusive to U.S. community colleges/two-year institutions. Their quality of service and attention to detail are some of the best in the business, thanks to their experienced staff and carefully screened volunteers. Capstone will continue to have Cascadia’s business, and I highly recommend their fairs to colleges who have tried other fairs in Vietnam or to those who are entering the Vietnamese student market for the first time.  (Masaru Kibukawa, Director of International Programs, Cascadia Community College

The Capstone Vietnam fairs were extremely well-organized, and I spoke to a steady stream of serious, motivated students who asked good questions. I’m very glad I took part in the fairs and expect to do so again in the future.  (Eddie West, Director, International Programs and Services, Ohlone College)

Please check the Capstone Vietnam website under Institutional Services for detailed information and an online registration form.    Tap into one of the world’s fastest growing student recruitment market for US-bound international students.

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