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Vietnam universities provide various attractive scholarship policies for students

In the academic year 2022-2023, the Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City planned to give scholarships and grants to students from low-income families and freshmen. Moreover, especially, for the first time, many member universities will provide various attractive scholarship policies for first-year students majoring in social sciences and natural sciences.

The Development Fund of the Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City has coordinated with sponsors to award 43 scholarships worth VND 1.7 billion to extremely difficult students in its member schools and faculties of the Vietnam National University – HCMC. 41 full scholarships each worth VND50 million will be given to first-year students, VND 30 million for a second-year student, VND 20 million for a third-year student, and VND 10 million for a final-year student in addition to two incentive scholarships each worth VND5 million.
Scholarship recipients ought to meet the requirements that they are studying at member schools, branches and affiliated faculties, and those who are disabled, orphans, homeless, and those from families living on an income marginally the poverty line and near-poverty line with relatively good academic performance in the school year 2020-2021.
According to Associate Professor Nguyen Dinh Tu, Director of the National University Development Fund in Ho Chi Minh City, the full scholarship program for extremely poor students started in the 2019-2020 school year. This is the third time the fund has cooperated with NutiFood Nutrition Food Company, Bcons Construction Investment Company and benefactors to sponsor students of Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh City.
Many of the scholarship recipients are orphans and disabled children and those who have lost their parents and have to live with grandparents. The fund organizer will provide money for extra educational assistance for poor children in return for improvements in their academic progress so that no student is left behind, said Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Dinh Tu.
One of the scholarship recipients, Vo Thanh Dat, a student of An Giang University belonging to the Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City said that he was born with paralyzed legs while his arms are also extremely weak; thus, his parents have to spend time taking care of him without working. His father’s meager income as a manual laborer just makes ends meet. As a result, he is trying to learn information technology to easily have a job to help his parents. The big scholarship has encouraged him to fulfill the dream of becoming an information technology engineer.”
In 2022, the University of Natural Sciences (National University of Ho Chi Minh City) announced to spend VND2 billion to provide full and partial scholarships for candidates majoring in the fields of natural science, universal science and marine science, disaster response, climate change and sea level rise including physics, oceanography, nuclear engineering, geology, geotechnical engineering, environmental science and environmental technology.
In addition, students studying in the above fields also have many opportunities to receive scholarships from businesses and alumni in the following years. These scholarships will be maintained throughout the course if students have good academic achievements.
To read more : Saigon Online
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