And now a word from our sponsor... 🙂 I'm pleased to announce Capstone's spring 2020 StudyUSA & Canada Higher Education Fairs, which will take place from 21 February to 1 March in Hanoi, Haiphong, Danang, Nha Trang, and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). Please click on the ad on the left or the poster below for … Continue reading Announcing Capstone’s Spring 2020 StudyUSA & Canada Higher Education Fairs
Độc lập – Tự do – Hạnh phúc (Independence - Freedom - Happiness) 10 years ago this week Capstone Vietnam, now one of Viet Nam's premier full-service educational consulting companies, was established in Hanoi. That was a time when our vision, mission and values were still taking shape and the groundwork being laid for our future work. Since 2012, … Continue reading Happy 10th Birthday, Capstone Vietnam!
Here's a perfect example of serendipity. I noticed that someone had visited my blog from this referrer: Motivations for Studying Abroad and Immigration Intentions The Case of Vietnamese Students, Journal of International Students. Why? Because the author cited this 2018 blog post: Viet Nam Ranks 5th in International Enrollment in 3 Countries. It was written by … Continue reading Motivations for Studying Abroad and Immigration Intentions: The Case of Vietnamese Students
As US international student recruiters know all too well, these are tough times for most institutions for a variety of social, political, and economic reasons. Viet Nam, however, remains a bright spot on the recruitment horizon. As of March 2019, there were 30,684 young Vietnamese studying in the US at all levels, most in higher … Continue reading US Student Visa Issuances Up in May-July 2019 Over 2018
For those US colleagues who recruit in Viet Nam, there is some good news in challenging times. According to the latest SEVIS by the Numbers update from March 2019, there are 30,684 Vietnamese students studying in the US at all levels, an increase of 3% over August 2018. Here is my latest update about US-bound … Continue reading Number of Vietnamese Students in the US Rebounds
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Students occasionally ask one co-author, who has lived and worked in Viet Nam since 2005, whether or not they can apply directly. The answer is an enthusiastic ‘Yes’, if they feel sufficiently confident. The original working title, Imagine a World Without Agents, We Wonder If You Can - with a grateful nod to John Lennon … Continue reading “Ethical agents should support direct student admissions”