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Australia continues support for Viet Nam's human resource development

VGP - Australian Ambassador to Viet Nam Robyn Mudie and Deputy Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Van Phuc on October 22 launched the second phase of Australia’s Aus4Skills human resource development program worth AUD50.1 million for 2021-2025.

10/23/2021 09:32

Australian Ambassador to Viet Nam Robyn Mudie and Deputy Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Van Phuc sign the subsidiary  agreement for Aus4Skills Phase 2 (2021-2025), Ha Noi, October 22, 2021

The program will support Viet Nam’s socio-economic development, respond to Viet Nam’s workforce skills demands, and strengthen links between Australian and Vietnamese people through education.

Under the program, Australia will offer scholarships for Vietnamese citizens to study at Australian universities in priority fields of study, deliver Australian alumni professional development activities and grants that support Viet Nam’s development, and implement higher education capacity building activities for Vietnamese university leaders. 

Australia’s Aus4Skills program remains highly relevant to supporting Viet Nam’s future human resource development priorities, especially as it navigates the challenges presented by COVID-19, said the Australian Ambassador at the event.

Through these partnerships, Australians and Vietnamese have contributed to Viet Nam’s continued socio-economic development across a wide range of priority sectors, such as governance and economic growth, infrastructure and transport, water and sanitation, education, gender equality, and agriculture and rural development, she added.

During 2016-2021 period, more than 105,000 Vietnamese students have enjoyed benefits from education management, curricular organization and vocational education management which were sponsored by Australia’s Aus4Skills program, according to the Australian Embassy.

By Thuy Dung