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EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State network of over 425 international student advising centers in more than 175 countries. EducationUSA is committed to promoting the diversity of U.S. higher education to help international students find their “best fit”.

You don’t want to miss:

  • The 25-minute seminar “U.S. Higher Education and How to Finance Your Study” presented by the expert from the US Embassy.
  • Getting the best advice and accurate and comprehensive information about opportunities to study at accredited postsecondary institutions in the United States.
  • Having your own questions answered immediately by the EducationUSA advisors at their booth.

GEF Vietnam is the only education fair of November endorsed by the French Embassy in Vietnam. Education specialists of Campus France will join us to answer any question you may have about studying in France.

You don’t want to miss:

  • Visiting the booth of Campus France to enjoy an personal conversation with the counsellors.
  • Finding out the latest opportunities and government scholarships when studying in France.
  • Joining in the informative and exciting seminar by Campus France to discover the heritages of French education.

The General Consulate of Canada will meet parents, students and provide the latest information regarding Canadian education.

You don’t want to miss:

  • The informative seminar by the representative of the General Consulate showcasing the world-class higher education of Canada.
  • Having your own question answered by the General Consulate of Canada regarding student visa and immigration policies.

Education New Zealand is New Zealand’s government agency for building international education. We provide information to prospective international students and their families about living about the social, cultural and economic benefits of international education within New Zealand.

You don’t want to miss:

  • Personalised counselling conversations with the ENZ specialists at their booth in the Hanoi fair.
  • ENZ’s special seminar to HCMC parents and students about living and studying at New Zealand’s top higher education institutions.

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the world’s largest funding organisation for the international exchange of students and researchers. Since it was founded in 1925, more than 1.9 million scholars in Germany and abroad have received DAAD funding.

You don’t want to miss:

  • Visiting the DAAD booth to find out more about the country’s top universities and colleges and many of their tuition-free programs.
  • One-to-one conversation with educational consultants and personalised advice in planning your study abroad.
  • Have all your questions answered about visa and student life in Germany


Victor Luong
In 2018, Victor Luong became the COO at AM Blockchain, a technology-focused business services firm based in Ho Chi Minh. Victor has a degree in Structural Engineering from the University of New Brunswick and represented the university in the prestigious Canadian Engineering Competition. Having worked at AFL for a short period in 2016, Victor also has experience at various Vancouver-based hedge funds and VCs as a Sell-side Analyst.

Hoang Khanh Song Bien
Bien has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, specializing in Corporate Public Relations from Drexel University. Bien has experience with start-ups and has worked on incubator to early-stage businesses. Formerly the PR and Marketing Lead of Vietchallenge – an annual competition for Vietnamese start-ups, Bien is now the Vietnamese Country Manager for MVL Chain, a global start-up providing a blockchain-based ecosystem for vehicle-related services.

Huong Tran
Huong Tran is well-known for her strong academic background in business from top U.S. schools: A Masters degree in Quantitative Finance from Washington University in St Louis and an MBA in Finance & Accounting from Fordham University. She has played important roles in the world’s biggest corporations, including HSBC, GE Capital and Goldman Sachs. She currently works for Vietnam International Bank as Head of Strategies and Business Model.

Phu Hai Ho
David (Ho) is an educator in Brand & Marketing Management and a visiting lecturer at RMIT Vietnam and Western Sydney University, where he got his Doctorate with a full scholarship for his DBA tenure. David also holds an MBA degree in Marketing Management from the University of Technology Sydney. With a strong belief in the importance of an early career plan, David’s partnership with Globalme helps teenagers achieve their dreams.

Nguyen Thi Anh Thu
As a young and proactive student, Thu joined the Vietnamese Association Community at Queensland University of Technology and held the position of Marketing Director. Before finishing her Masters of Business in Marketing, Thu prepared herself for job applications and was recruited before graduation by Agoda International Company. She has worked as a Partner Relationship Manager at Agoda since May 2018.

Trinh Huyen Anh
Trinh Huyen Anh took her Master’s in Business Administration at RMIT University, Australia in 2006. She has experience in both the public and private sectors with companies including: Investment & Construction Development Company, Nalco Pacific and Ho-Chi-Minh Securities Corporation (HSC). After leaving her position as Head of Human Resources at HSC in 2014, she became Company Manager of Fluidra Vietnam, subsidiary of Fluidra S.A, Spain.

Tran Quang Hung
Hung took his double bachelors at Bowdoin University (USA) in Economics and Law, and his masters in Management at London School of Economics, one of the world’s most prestigious institutions. With experience working at the United Nations, Hung is also the President of Hanoi Shapers and the co-founder of several successful businesses like Up-Coworking Space. Having studied and worked in Australia, UK and US, Hung is now working at the Home Office.

Linh Trang
Linh Trang was fully sponsored as part of the Holland Scholarship, then also received a full PhD scholarship for Antwerp University, Belgium. In addition to many successful research papers and projects in Economics and Management, Trang has developed over 500 recipes, attracted more than 200,000 subscribers and become an influential food blogger. Her bestselling book series, ‘Learning Diary of a Baker’, has sold more than 100,000 copies.

Khanh Ta
After graduating from the University of Surrey (UK) as a Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management, Khanh Ta worked in branding and marketing for world-famous businesses like Uber and Moët Hennessy. In 2012, he founded his own consultancy, Wingman, a lifestyle counselling company that has provided behaviour coaching for companies including CMG.Asia and LUALA. Khanh Ta also spent a year studying in Singapore as an ASEAN scholar.


The Academic Advisor of the Global Education Fairs Vietnam, Crimson Education, will host two important panel discussions on the topic ‘Make the Most of Your Study Abroad Experience’ in Ho Chi Minh City on 19 th October and Hanoi on 21 st October. The Alumni Talks will showcase the best and brightest Vietnamese graduates and the key elements they had to find for the best path to an overseas education.

The host of these Alumni Talks is  Phoebe Tran, famed broadcaster of IELTS Face-off program on VTV7 and an equal education rights activist.

The Alumni Talk in Ho Chi Minh City on 20 th October will be brought to you by Vietnam’s Graduates from Australia Club, with the topic ‘Australian English – Integrate Yourself in the Country of Kangaroos’. The host, Hoang Lan Huong, and talented alumni guests will tell their own stories of how studying overseas has changed their life and career. Huong was a scholarship recipient of RMIT University and has played leading roles in a number of international media and journalism projects in Vietnam.



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I dreamed of moving to a bright and vibrant city like Berlin. The Global Education Fair helped me find the perfect course and now I am living my dream and the university fees are much less than I thought.

Gisel, Graduate Student