Hơn 500 cựu sinh viên Việt Nam từng học tập tại Úc đã tham gia Hội ngộ cựu sinh viên Úc tại Hà Nội vào thứ Sáu, ngày 25 tháng 11 năm 2022.
Sự kiện này nhằm tôn vinh những đóng góp của cựu sinh viên cho sự phát triển của Việt Nam, mối quan hệ ngày càng sâu sắc giữa Australia và Việt Nam và vai trò của nền giáo dục Australia trong việc hỗ trợ Việt Nam tiếp tục tăng trưởng toàn diện.
Australian Chargé d’Affaires, Mark Tattersall views display booths of businesses founded and operated by Australian alumni in Vietnam.
Having graduated with Australian qualifications across a range of fields, the alumni are now sharing their expertise in Vietnam’s public, private, and civil society sectors, said the Australian Embassy in Hanoi in a press release issued on Saturday.
“Many are making important contributions in government agencies, have set up their own businesses, or have established organisations to support women and other vulnerable groups,” it said.
Australian Chargé d’Affaires, Mark Tattersall said, “The calibre of our Australian alumni in Vietnam is outstanding. I’m truly impressed with how they are using the benefits of a world class Australian education to contribute to Vietnam’s development”.
The event also launched the 2023 Australian Alumni Awards, to recognise and celebrate alumni.
The Awards honour alumni and their different types of contributions to Vietnam, including in social and climate action, business and innovation, and female leadership.
The reunion also showcased products by 13 alumni businesses, including financial services, Vietnamese agricultural products, and cyber technology.
Bach Thi Thanh Van, an alumna of Monash University and owner of Bach Hop Ancient Rice JSC, said “Thanks to our study experience in Australia, we are used to working in a flexible environment and were able to adapt our company’s operation amid the disruption caused by COVID-19. We quickly moved our marketing and communication to online channels, maintain connections with partners and customers, and successfully delivered our products.”
Nguyen Quang Thuan, an alumnus of the University of New South Wales and founder of FiinGroup, said: “Education in Australia allowed me to expand my perspective while living and interacting in a multicultural environment.
Most valuably, this experience allowed me to formulate business ideas for building up a leading company in financial data analytics and credit rating agency in Vietnam.”
#AussieAlumniReunion2022 showcases a dynamic network of alumni in Vietnam.
Australia, through Aus4Skills, supports alumni on their return to Vietnam to implement community projects that contribute to Vietnam’s development.
Eleven outstanding alumni-led projects were highlighted at the reunion, tackling social inclusion, climate change, women empowerment, and sustainable agriculture.
A dynamic network of over 80,000 alumni of Australian education is in Vietnam, demonstrating the strong relationship between the two countries.