Consider recruting in Viet Nam

                 

 

Consider recruiting in Viet Nam

 

 

 

Many of my U.S. colleagues reading this blog will by now have realized that fewer Chinese students enrolled on American college and university campuses this year. The China market, I predict, will never reach the enrollment increases of the past two decades.

But I also predict that in the future more international students will enroll from Asia and Southeast Asia. Vietnam is one of the countries to consider for international recruiting and CAPSTONE VIETNAM and co-founder, Mark Ashwill, is the consultancy that can assist international deans and recruiters to craft a sustainable recruitment plan for Vietnam.

I have known Mark for more than 10 years, have used his consulting services, and can attest to his knowledge of the Vietnamese higher education market and the effectiveness of the fairs he sponsors throughout Vietnam. 

The following information will be helpful to recruiting in Vietnam.

Join Capstone’s spring 2020 Study USA & Canada Higher Education Fairs from February 21st to March 1st in Hanoi, Haiphong, Danang, Nha Trang, and Ho Chi Minh City (HCCMC).  Follow this link: https://recruitinvietnam.com/he22020-pr for detailed information and online registration. The early bird deadline, which entitles your institution to a 5% discount, is November 15th. Other discounts, including for Capstone partners, are available. Email Capstone managing director and co-founder, Mark Ashwill. With any questions: markashwill@capstonevietnam.com

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About Marguerite Dennis

Marguerite Dennis has been recruiting internationally for over 25 years, first at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and then at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. During that time she was responsible for establishing a branch campus for Suffolk University in Dakar, Senegal and Madrid, Spain. Marguerite increased the international student population at Suffolk University by 193% from 1993 to 2011 and increased the number of study abroad programs by 135%, from 20 to 47. She monitored the recruitment programs for Suffolk University in 20 countries and hired a network of 10 international educational consultants. She signed agreements in Viet Nam, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Germany, Mexico, France and Argentina.

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