Below are the highlights of a guest post that I wrote for the ICEF Monitor, which described Vietnam as “a country that is increasingly seen as one of the most promising emerging markets for international student recruitment.”
- The Vietnamese government has removed certification requirements for education agents
- The move aims to reduce government bureaucracy in the Vietnamese industry and open up greater consumer choice
- However, the change to a more open marketplace for education agents will likely also place a greater burden on both students and foreign institutions in terms of identifying credible and qualified agents
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