Study in the USA Launches First Vietnamese Language Magazine


2014 VN Magazine CoversI’m pleased and excited to announce that the first ever Vietnamese language magazine has been published by Study in the USA, a well-known Seattle, Washington-based company that created the first U.S. studies website and continues to connect students to well-known U.S. universities, colleges and English schools through the website and its English and foreign language magazines.

This special pocket-sized edition features content of special interest to Vietnamese students, including information and articles about four-year colleges and universities, community colleges,  high school completion programs, the popular 2+2 option, visa issues,  intensive English programs and the U.S. education system.  The 60 page magazine will be distributed free of charge to students and parents at the VietAbroader Study Abroad Conferences this weekend in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) and Hanoi, and in the coming year at U.S. higher education fairs and other venues throughout Vietnam.  The magazine will find its way into the hands of 10,000+ students and parents with a serious interest in study in the USA.

It’s so  important to have U.S. higher education materials in the local language to ensure that students and parents, the key decision makers, have easy access to the information.  In addition to the articles, all of the advertisements in the first Study in the USA Vietnamese language magazine are in Vietnamese.

Kudos to Study in the USA for their vision and commitment in making this dream a reality!

MAA

Disclosure:  My company, Capstone Vietnam, is proud to be Study in the USA’s partner in Vietnam. 

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