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More Vietnamese Study in Canada

Nguoi-Viet, news report, Posted: Nov 03, 2008


About 500 visas will be granted to Vietnamese students to study in Canada by the end of 2008, a 90 percent year-on-year increase, the Canadian diplomatic mission reported.

Visa processing procedures have been made faster and more transparent to encourage more Vietnamese students to select Canada as their study destination, according to Bill Johnston, Canadian Consul General in Si Gn.

Last year, the Canadian government, in cooperation with the Canadian Education Center in Si Gn, launched a national education campaign in Việt Nam to increase the profile of Canadian education institutions.

Several Canadian education fairs will be held in both H Nội and Si Gn over the next three weeks to offer prospective students and their families the opportunity to meet with representatives from various Canadian education institutions.

Currently, some 2,000 Vietnamese students are studying in Canada in economics, information technology, media and agriculture, said John James Ford from the visa department in the Canadian Consulate General.

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