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Bolstering NSW education and research partnerships with Vietnam

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Minister for Industry and Trade Anoulack Chanthivong said: 
“NSW and Vietnam have strong education links with our leading universities collaborating across a wide range of academic disciplines. 
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Convenor of the NSW Vice Chancellors Committee Professor Alex Zelinsky AO said:
“Universities and the broader education sector strongly welcomes the NSW Government’s support towards building our education and research ties overseas.
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Business Sydney Executive Director Paul Nicolaou said:
“It’s wonderful to see the NSW Government actively supporting the international education sector which is so critical to Sydney and NSW.



Bolstering NSW education and research partnerships with Vietnam  
Friday, 5 July 2024 
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: NSW and Vietnam are strengthening international education and research ties with 35 NSW education providers and businesses selected to attend the NSW Education Showcase in Vietnam later this year. 
The showcase will provide opportunities to raise awareness about the quality of NSW education and broaden business opportunities in the Southeast Asian market.
Minister for Industry and Trade Anoulack Chanthivong made the announcement in Ho Chi Minh City where NSW universities are collaborating with their Vietnamese counterparts in numerous fields including semiconductor technology, artificial intelligence, health research and cybersecurity.
As part of a trade mission to Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore the Minister visited the Ho Chi Minh City campus of Western Sydney University, met with the University of Technology Sydney and Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology Joint Research Centre and toured the University of Sydney Vietnam Institute, which serves as hubs for multi-disciplinary research between Australian and Vietnamese academics and students. 
International education is NSW’s second largest export, valued at $17.9 billion in 2023 with Vietnam a growing market. Vietnam is the sixth largest source market for NSW education providers, with 35 per cent of all Vietnamese students in Australia choosing to study with a NSW institution.  
The NSW Education Showcase in Vietnam will highlight NSW’s education excellence, promote research collaboration and raise awareness of the capabilities of the State’s world class education providers. 
To be held in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in September, the Showcase will include roundtables and expos focused on improving export outcomes and education connections between NSW and Vietnam. 
Minister for Industry and Trade Anoulack Chanthivong said: 
“NSW and Vietnam have strong education links with our leading universities collaborating across a wide range of academic disciplines. We are committed to creating more opportunities to nurture these links and grow our education exports. 
“NSW’s relationship with Vietnam is highly valued and focussed on a prosperous future for both our countries. Our Sister State agreement with Ho Chi Minh City highlights education as a sector where both parties can benefit from deeper cooperation. 
“The NSW Education Showcase in Vietnam is an opportunity to promote the strengths of our education institutions and to develop in-market opportunities for NSW education providers and businesses. 
“It’s been great to see firsthand the research and other partnerships that have been established by the University of Technology Sydney, University of Sydney and Western Sydney University in Vietnam as an example of growing education and trade relationships.”
Convenor of the NSW Vice Chancellors Committee Professor Alex Zelinsky AO said:
“Universities and the broader education sector strongly welcomes the NSW Government’s support towards building our education and research ties overseas. Initiatives such as the NSW Education Showcase in Vietnam advance our state’s interests, including for regional NSW, and benefits our partners in ASEAN who are looking to diversify their economies.” 
Business Sydney Executive Director Paul Nicolaou said:
“It’s wonderful to see the NSW Government actively supporting the international education sector which is so critical to Sydney and NSW. International students bring so many benefits to our local communities and businesses, including as a key source of talent and skills, fostering our innovation and research agenda, and supporting our international visitor economy.”

 














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