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It's official - study Texas is going to Vietnam

Study Texas is super excited to announce our 2017 mission trip to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city, February 28th - March 4th.

Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity. Meet qualified student recruiters, high school students, and many others. 

Cost per institution: $3,500 (does not include airfare, hotels, or meals)

Register your institution now (members who have paid their dues only): click here
**(not a member? no worries, apply here first: click here

Would you like to see the full itinerary for the mission trip or do you have any questions? Shoot us an email at admin@studytexas.us.

We hope you can join us on this eventful trip! 

REGISTER NOW - deadline 1/20/17

Featured Institution

Schreiner University

Schreiner is a private liberal arts college where academic challenge and a supportive campus community are a tradition. Nestled in the beautiful Hill Country in Kerrville, Schreiner is a 60­‐minute drive from San Antonio International Airport on Interstate 10.

While enrollment has grown to 1,126, the student­‐teacher ratio is 14:1, and most classes have fewer than 20 students. There are no teaching assistants at Schreiner—all classes are taught by highly qualified faculty.

A rich campus life is another tradition at Schreiner, with 35 student organizations that encourage students to develop leadership skills and to apply classroom knowledge to real life challenges.

At Schreiner University, “Learning by Heart” is more than an expression; it embodies the experience of learning with your whole being.

Schreiner is very hands-on in it’s learning, it really is, learning by the heart, as their slogan reads. Classes are small and designed to help each student as an individual, not as a number as some other larger schools would.
— Cimmonnett (Cappex.com)



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)

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