On the morning of July 18, 2019, the National University of Civil Engineering (NUCE) in collaboration with the French Institute of the French Embassy in Vietnam co-organized the 2019 Study Abroad Forum in Hanoi.
Attending the Forum, on the side of the French Embassy in Vietnam were: Mr. Bastien PALERMO-CHEVILLARD – In charge of university cooperation, French Institute in Vietnam. From the NUCE side, there were Assoc.Prof. Dr. Pham Xuan Anh – Vice Rector; leaders of Departments, Departments, Boards, together with delegates and students attending the Forum.
Speaking at the Forum, Assoc.Prof. Dr. Pham Xuan Anh – Vice Rector of NUCE sent warm greetings to the delegates, students, students attending the Forum. Assoc.Prof. Pham Xuan Anh said that the French Study Abroad Forum was held at NUCE starting in 2013 and is now the 7th consecutive year. The forum has attracted the attention of many subjects, from high school students and university students, to graduate students and interested people who want to study in France. 2019 is an important year for French Language Training Programs at NUCE. The National University of Civil Engineering will hold the “Anniversary of 20 years of Training Program of Excellence Engineers in Vietnam”, which is sponsored by the governments of France and Vietnam; followed by the “25th Anniversary of the French Language Construction Program and the 8-year Training Program in the French Language Architecture” of Francophone University Organization (AUF). Up to now, there are nearly 500 students, trainees and graduate students of NUCE who have been studying and working in France; Many lecturers and leaders of the University also had time to train in France. The National University of Civil Engineering is also assessed by the Higher Council for Research and Higher Education (HCERES) of France and is one of the first four universities in Vietnam to meet international accreditation standards. With the achieved results, Assoc.Prof. Dr. Pham Xuan Anh expressed the honor that the National University of Civil Engineering continues to be a unit in collaboration with the French Embassy in Vietnam to organize the Forum on Studying Abroad in France.
For his part, in his response, the representative of the French Embassy in Vietnam, Mr. Bastien PALERMO-CHEVILLARD, expressed his deepest thanks to the Rector of the National University of Civil Engineering for his help and support. Organizing cooperation, facilities for the success of the Forum. To date, the 14th French Study Abroad Forum has been held in provinces and cities from Hanoi, Hue and Da Nang to Ho Chi Minh City and the 7th consecutive time at the National University of Civil Engineering. for the Hanoi area.
The Study Abroad France Forum is organized in collaboration with the Campus France Office of the French Embassy in Vietnam and the Vietnam Student Association in France (UEVF) every summer. The 14th French Study Abroad Forum answers the questions of first-time students leaving their home and home country of Vietnam to study abroad with hot topics such as: Preparing luggage, Managing expenses , Housing, French Registration Procedures, Residence Procedures, Find More Work / Internships in France and Utilities. At the Forum, the students will be updated with new changes to help simplify the administrative procedures in France: the process of visa application and online visa confirmation, French insurance registration, fees CVEC school …
With the enthusiastic and experienced support of students who have been studying in France, the Forum is a place to help Vietnamese students and students going to study in France to best prepare their luggage. .
Thu Minh – ICD
Some pictures at the Forum on Studying in France in 2019 at the National University of Civil Engineering:
Assoc.Prof. Dr. Pham Xuan Anh – Vice Rector of NUCE gave the opening speech
Mr. Bastien PALERMO-CHEVILLARD – Representative of French Embassy in Vietnam spoke at the Forum
Vice President of Vietnam Student Association in France speaks at the Forum
International students who have been studying in France attend the exchange of learning and working experiences in France
A corner of the area welcomes students, students and parents