At the workshop, Ms. Yen Pham shared useful information to help students understand clearly about study opportunities, scholarships as well as dormitory policies, job support and career opportunities after graduation. PTIT students participating in the program will have the opportunity to receive attractive scholarships. In addition, the University of Canberra also has support policies for international students, including consulting services, accommodation support, and medical services, ensuring PTIT students have a good living and studying environment. With a transfer program to study at the University of Canberra, Multimedia Communications students can study the 2+2 program in the Bachelor of Corporate & Public Communication or Journalism. Multimedia Technology students can choose a 2+1 or 3+1 program in Digital Media or Interactive Design.
Answering students’ concerns about procedures and settlement issues after graduation, Ms. Phuong Anh – Representative of SET Education shared that the unit will support students to quickly complete their study abroad documents as well as advise and accompany you throughout your study process in Australia.