Details for the pre-departure event in Vietnam for LSE offer holders are yet to be confirmed. They will appear on this webpage once they have been finalised.
British Council Events
The British Council Vietnam will organise a pre-departure briefing for Vietnamese students who are leaving for the UK in the autumn 2013.
At the briefings, students have the chance to meet with Vietnamese students who are about to return to study in the UK, following the summer break, as well as those who have graduated from UK institutions.
They can share experiences and answer questions relating to study methods as well as daily life and their time as international students in the UK. Moreover, this is a great opportunity for these students to network and build relationship with each other.
The event is open for UK institutions’ offer holders free of charge and will take place from 08.00am to 12.00 pm on Saturday 3 August 2013.
- Hanoi: Sofitel Plaza Hotel, No.1 Thanh Nien street
- Ho Chi Minh City: Majestic Hotel, No.1 Dong Khoi Street, Dist.1
Students are required to access EducationUK Vietnam website at www.educationuk.org/vietnam and register from 10 July 2013.
Information is also available on BC-SIEM website: https://siem.britishcouncil.org/news/opportunities/pre-departure-briefing-2013-vietnam
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