Meeting the valedictorian and salutatorian of Tra Vinh University in 2023 and Khanh Van’s study abroad journey in Canada

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Khmer student becomes valedictorian of Tra Vinh University
Thach Thanh Truong, a 12A student of Tra Vinh Boarding High School for Ethnic Minorities, excellently becomes the valedictorian majoring in Primary Education at Tra Vinh University in the 2023 university and college enrollment examination with a total score of 26.10.

Sharing the reason for choosing the Primary Education major at Tra Vinh University, Thanh Truong wishes to follow in his father’s footsteps to become an exemplary and excellent teacher in the future, imparting good things and righteousness to students, and striving to contribute to the development of local education.

Meeting the salutatorian of Tra Vinh University in 2023

In the 2023 university and college admission, Pham Tran Nha Phuong was admitted to the Medicine program at Tra Vinh University with a total score of three subjects being 25.9, becoming this year’s salutatorian of the University.

Nha Phuong was born and raised in Cai Be district, Tien Giang province. She is a student of Pham Thanh Trung High School. In the first days of school, Nha Phuong felt very confused and nervous because this was the first time she had gone far from home. With the enthusiastic guidance of teachers and friends, her worries about learning conditions gradually faded away. That’s why, for Phuong, studying medicine at Tra Vinh University is an extremely correct choice.

Khanh Van’s study abroad journey in Canada

Nguyen Huynh Khanh Van is currently a student majoring in Restaurant Management at the Khmer Language – Culture – Arts and Humanities School, Tra Vinh University. Khanh Van excellently won the “Short-term Government Exchange Scholarship” in Canada – Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) and started her study abroad journey on October 3, 2023.

Sharing her study abroad journey, Khanh Van said: “The first few days when I started my study abroad journey in Canada were a real challenge. It took me exactly one week to get used to the bitterly cold weather and snow-covered streets. I have had the opportunity to meet many new friends from all over the world. The learning environment at Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) brings about major changes – More assignments and the way assignments are presented is very practical, forcing me to try very hard to understand the lectures and think when doing assignments. Although it is challenging, this is an opportunity for me to develop my own knowledge and learning skills.”

By TD