Vietnamese students look to study abroad


After completing their education, many Vietnamese students hope to pursue further study abroad to improve their job prospects and foreign language skills in the increasingly global market.

Australia is currently the leading study destination for Vietnamese students.

Correspondingly, education-related travel services are Australia’s single largest export to Vietnam, accounting for $872 million in 2013.

Each year more than 24,000 Vietnamese travel to Australia for study, making Vietnam the country with the fourth-highest international student intake.
John Bryant has that story.

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John Bryant

John Bryant is in his fourth year of a dual Bachelor of Journalism and Bachelor of Laws degree. John’s a self-confessed news junkie with a particular enthusiasm for sport and politics - his favourite team is the Queensland Reds and he’s also a fan of Antony Green. Along with his studies at UQ, John keeps busy as President of the Journalism and Communication Students (JACS) Society and as a Sports Convenor on the Law Society. He’s always keen for an adventure and has been lucky enough to travel extensively through parts of Asia, Europe and Africa. This will be his first experience in Vietnam. John’s excited by what the future holds for up-and-coming journalists. In an ideal world, he’d love to be a foreign correspondent.

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