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BUV announces VND34-billion scholarship fund
Van Ly
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BUV announces VND34-billion scholarship fund

Van Ly

British University Vietnam (BUV) announces a scholarship program worth VND34 billion for Vietnamese students - PHOTO: BUV VIETNAM

British University Vietnam (BUV) introduced a scholarship program worth VND34 billion for Vietnamese students with outstanding academic records to mark the opening of its new branch at Ecopark new urban area in Hanoi City.

The launch of the scholarship fund is aimed to provide an opportunity for Vietnamese students to study at the university with modern facilities and an educational environment of British standards.

Each scholarship will be valued at VND85 million to VND700 million, equivalent to 100% of tuition fees, depending on students’ achievements.

The scholarship is intended to encourage students to not only gain good academic performance but also foster a passion for the fields of music, sports and art and take active part in social community and extracurricular activities.

Those achieving high scores at the national high school graduation examinations, bagging top prizes at international Olympic competitions or studying at the prestigious high schools are given priority to the scholarship program.

Steph Lysaght, Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy in Hanoi, said the scholarship program will help to create favorable conditions for the young Vietnamese generation to gain access to British education.

Registrations for the scholarship program are open at www.buv.edu.vn.

The new facility at the Ecopark branch is scheduled to put into service this year after completing the first phase of construction with an investment of US$25 million.

When in place, the university is capable of accommodating more than 7,000 students.

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