TVU – The Hessen Representative Office in Vietnam hosted the Scholarship Award Ceremony for the Academic Year 2022–2023 by the Ministry of Science and Arts of the State of Hessen (Germany) and the World University Service (WUS) on the afternoon of November 9 at the Reunification Hall – Independence Palace in Ho Chi Minh City; the scholarships were for students studying at universities and colleges in Southern Vietnam who had to overcome challenges to succeed in their studies.
Three Tra Vinh University students, including Mai Van Thai from the Office Administration class of 2020, Truong Thi Be Dung from the Pharmacy class of 2018, and Nguyen Ngo Thanh Hang from the Odonto-Stomatology class of 2018, were honored to receive Hessen scholarships for the academic year 2022–2023. They are outstanding students who come from challenging backgrounds, have a strong desire to succeed in life, and have excelled in their studies and training. Each scholarship is valued at 216 Euros, equivalent to 5,200,000 VND.
Mr. Pham Quoc Khanh, Vice-Head of the Student Affairs Department at TVU, offered his congratulations to the students who had worked extremely hard to receive scholarships. He hoped they would keep working hard, nurture their dreams, and make their dreams come true. The TVU representative also expressed his wish that the scholarship fund would grow further to assist more students who were striving to succeed in their studies.
“This is a great motivation for me and my friends to work harder to learn and grow so that we can better serve society,” said Truong Thi Be Dung, a student of 2018 Pharmacy class A. In sharing her feelings after receiving the scholarship, she expressed her respect and gratitude for the support of the Hessen Scholarship Fund organizing committee.
The Hessen Scholarship is a perpetual scholarship given to Vietnamese college and university students in Vietnam who have good academic standing despite living in challenging conditions. Hessen scholarships have benefited students and their families for many years by easing the stress and strain of tuition fees and study expenditures. They also help inspire students with challenging circumstances to succeed in their university years.
By Lan Anh