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UFM Yellow Impression on 2018 Day of Admissions & Career Counseling
  • Wishing to bring the latest information to the students on the national high-school finals and college and university admissions in 2018, the University of Finance - Marketing (UFM), in the first two weeks of March, coordinated with the organizing committee of the Day of Admissions & Career Counseling by Tuoi Tre News, Thanh Nien Daily, and Nguoi Lao Dong newspapers to advise and answer questions and concerns for students in high schools in neighboring provinces and cities.
  • The program was organized in a timely manner so that 12th grade students and their parents could consider and select a university or college suitable to their capacity and conditions. Let’s keep track of the general information of some outstanding activities, typical for the most recent Day of Admissions & Career Counseling in 2018.
  • On March 10th, 11th, and 12th of March, UFM had a network coverage its seasonal exam consultant program in Lam Dong province with the participation of nearly 6,000 students in various high schools in Lam Dong province. UFM Admissions & Career Advisory board shared information related to the national high school finals and admissions to universities and colleges in 2018.

    Photo of UFM Admissions & Career Advisory Board in Lam Dong.

  • In the morning of March 18, 2018, the campus of Can Tho University was bustling with about 20,000 high-school students participating in the Admissions & Career Counseling program. Although the weather was quite hot the students still tried to listen to and ask questions for UFM advisory board as there are many changes in the examination and admissions regulations this year. Questions about how to choose a profession, branch of learning, school from the students were answered thoroughly and enthusiastically by the Advisory Board, and UFM is considered one of the universities of special interest by students with 11 branches of learning and 27 majors.

    Photo of UFM Admissions & Career Advisory Board in Can Tho.

  • In the recent series of Admissions & Career Counseling, UFM vice-presidents Hua Minh Tuan, Le Trung Dao, and Dang Thi Ngoc Lan and teachers of the UFM Advisory Board enthusiastically answered all the students’ questions about the university’s economic careers, targets, branches of learning and majors as well as clarified UFM’s enrollment rules. Accordingly, with the four admissions subject combinations of A00, A01, D01, D96 (for university) and 6 combinations of A00, A01, C00, D01, D78, D96, candidates may apply to be admitted to the university and choose the professional disciplines they like and think suitable for them. Besides that, students were still interested in the forms of direct and priority admissions, especially in such economic majors as Marketing, Finance - Banking, Accounting and job opportunities after graduation.

    Photo of UFM Admissions & Career Advisory Board in Phu Yen and Binh Dinh provinces.
    Photo of ‘Admissions & Career Counseling’ session in Bac Lieu province.
    Photo of ‘Admissions & Career Counseling’ session in Can Tho province.
    Photo of ‘Admissions & Career Counseling’ session in Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Nhat Ha, a student from Duc Trong High School in Lam Dong province, said, “The Day for Admissions & Career Counseling had helped me clear up my questions about this year’s university admissions and I could be able to identify my academic branch of learning to apply for, but first of all, I have to focus on my upcoming high-school finals.”
  • The Admissions & Career Counseling Day at UFM’s booths certainly brought answers to parents’ and students’ initial concerns and worries about the National High School finals and colleges’ and universities’ admissions in 2018. It is hoped that with all the enthusiasm and whole-heartedness during the process of consulting, UFM’s teachers and experts will help students have more motivation, be equipped with an assured and self-confident psychology before entering the upcoming exam.
  • For more information, please visit www.tuyensinh.ufm.edu.vn and fanpage www.facebook.com/tuyensinhufm or call the hotline: 0283.772 04 06, 0283. 772 04 07 for direct consultation.

    Source: UFM’s Vietnamese Website.