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Study Texas is excited to host its first Vietnam Virtual Education Fair on February 23rd with partnership of U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. Embassy in Vietnam.
Upcoming webinar we recommend all institutions to sign up for:
FEBRUARY 23, 2017 | 2:00 P.M. (EST)
Given the current changing perceptions of the United States as a welcoming country to international students, many in the international enrollment management (IEM) community may be facing challenging times as they travel abroad to recruit new international students and speak to parents and families about studying in the United States. NAFSA's International Education Town Hall events are a series of online forums designed to bring together the international education community in a time of uncertainty and change. This town hall will focus on:
Sharing outreach and communication strategies;
Balancing personal opinions versus representing your institution;
Resources and model practices to respond to the changing environment; and
Advocacy tools to help you champion international activities.
Sign up for the free event here.
TARLETON STATE UNIVERSITY
Visit the beautiful Tarleton State University campus, and you’ll see that we do things differently. You are more than a face in the crowd; you’re part of the Tarleton family. With our state-of-the-art facilities, 110 years of tradition, 19 to 1 faculty-student ratio, and active student body, Tarleton’s legacy is strong across our campus. With its main Stephenville campus located 1.5 hours from the DFW metroplex, Tarleton serves as the educational and cultural flagship of the Cross Timbers Region.
In addition to Stephenville, Tarleton has campus centers in Fort Worth, Waco, and Midlothian, educating 10,000 students from Texas, the U.S., and 23 international countries. Tarleton offers 68 undergraduate, 22 graduate, and 1 doctoral-level program of study in the following academic colleges: Agricultural & Environmental Sciences; Business Administration; Education; Graduate Studies; Liberal & Fine Arts; and Science & Technology.
DID YOU KNOW?
Vietnam - the place to go on a mission to because...
In the 2015/16 academic year, 21,403 students from Vietnam were studying in the United States (up 14.3% from the previous year), marking the 14th straight year of growth. Vietnam is the sixth leading place of origin for students coming to the United States.
The majority of Vietnamese students in the U.S. study at the undergraduate level. In 2015/16, their breakdown was as follows: 67.2% undergraduate; 15.1% graduate students; 9.9% other; 7.8% OPT (Optional Practical Training)
Join Study Texas on our 2017 mission to Vietnam - you won't want to miss this! Register here >>