5 May, 2016: Nha Trang University organized Open Day 2016 with many activities such as exhibition of research, training and international cooperation activities; Information provision for National Exam 2016; Career consultancy; Recruitment and interaction with alumni and successful entrepreneurs; Sport and music performance exchanges. Nearly 3,000 high school pupils in Khanh Hoa and Phu Yen provinces joined the event.
High school pupils and students attended the admission and career consultancy and recruitment sessions.
Participating in the Open Day, high school pupils were provided with information of the National Exam 2016; Nha Trang University’s undergraduates admissions; Intensive consultancy for choosing majors, future careers. They also had opportunities to exchange and receive vocational guidance from 10 businesses: Asia JSC, Truong Hai Auto JSC; Petrolimex Commercial Bank; Viettel Khanh Hoa; Aquaculture Australis Vietnam Co., Ltd; Paradise Bay resort (ALMA) Co., Ltd; FPT JSC; VINPEARL; Nam My Seafood Hatchery Co., Ltd; and Long Sinh Co., Ltd.
On this occasion, NTU awarded 22 scholarships (worth 1 million VND/ one) for excellent pupils of 11 high schools.
The Rector awards scholarships to pupils
The faculties, institutes of the University had their own kiosk for exhibition of their training, research achievements and other activities; providing useful information about admissions, majors, fellowships opportunities, career orientation, employment after graduation ...
Pupils visit Kiosk of Foreign Languages Faculty
Pupils visit Kiosk of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Faculty
Pupils experience with a ecological automobile – product of Transportation Engineering Faculty
Pupils visit Kiosk of Civil Engineering Faculty
In Open Day 2016, the pupils also participated in football matches, music performances and food festival.
Music performance exchange
Besides, the University also organized the campus tour for students and their parents to visit the university’s facilities such as library, laboratory, dormitory, museum…