A partnership settlement with the International School of Business, University of Economics will enable its new Scotch College Australian Grammar School to ship SACE.
The collaboration with Vietnam’s solely fully-fledged Australian faculty marks the primary time the certificates will probably be provided in Ho Chi Minh City.
“With SACE we offer a world leading Australian education program, and it is the certificate of choice for many students in the region because of its sophisticated assessment model,” SACE Board’s chief govt Martin Westwell stated.
“We supply a student-centred qualification that enables them to thrive at college and in life.
“With SACE, students learn how to think and apply their judgement and knowledge to successfully solve complex and unfamiliar situations.”
“The SACE program is innovative and designed with a high level of flexibility to unlock every student’s potential,” added dean of the International School of Business on the University of Economics and chairman of the Scotch College Australian Grammar School, Tran Ha Minh Quan
“This is a great opportunity for our talented Vietnamese students to be nurtured in a thriving academic environment, helping them to pursue their dream journey of getting into top ranking universities around the world.”
Successful completion additionally provides graduates an “international passport” that opens doorways to high universities in Australia, UK, US, Canada, Malaysia and Singapore, the companions famous.
“Engagement in education is arguably our longest and most enduring relationship and will continue to be a cornerstone of our relationship,” Australian Ambassador to Vietnam, Robyn Mudie said.
“The SACE International program provides an important opportunity for young Vietnamese students to access a high-quality Australian pre-university program in Vietnam.”
The partnership is an “exciting development as it will facilitate an international learning environment for Vietnamese students as the world becomes increasingly digital”, Rebecca Ball, senior commerce and funding commissioner of the Australian Trade and Investment Commission continued.
“Australia remains a preferred destination for Vietnamese students”
“Australia remains a preferred destination for Vietnamese students and increasing numbers are studying an Australian qualification in Vietnam.”
Speaking at IHEF 2022 in March, Phil Honeywood of IEAA stated, together with issues round reputational harm throughout Covid-19 and a drop in Chinese pupil numbers, that Australia is hampered by its lack of matriculation certificates.
The UK, Canada and the US profit from “incredible growth” in worldwide excessive colleges, he indicated.
“We’re finding now that Australia has half a dozen competing year 11 and 12 matriculation certificates. We don’t have one Australian certificate of education at the high school level,” he stated.
“Of the 700 plus worldwide highschool in China, solely 49 are instructing an Australian state based mostly 12 months 11, 12 months 12 matriculation certificates.
“What that means is that in terms of recruitment advantage, [UK, Canadian and US] universities have a much better pipeline out of international high schools, not just in China, but in Vietnam and other countries in the Indo-Pacific compared to Australia. And that’s got to be a good thing for recruitment for post-secondary studies in the UK going forward.”