46 universities and colleges which offer undergraduate and graduate programs in Business and STEM as well as EMG with information about the ACT test participated in the EducationUSA Business & STEM Programs Fair last week.
On the 11th and 12th of October 2018, the U.S Embassy and the U.S Consulate hosted their very first EducationUSA Business and STEM Programs Fair in both major cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh. The EducationUSA Fair was organized by the American Center, a part of the U.S. Embassy & and US Consulate General. With the presence of over 45 universities and colleges from all over the United States, the event attracted the overwhelming participation of more than 1000 students and parents.
Excellent Career Opportunity for STEM Industry
According to the US Department of Labor, the employment needs for job related to STEM by 2020 will increase to up to 62% (engineering sector). This gives international students new directions when deciding to study in the United States.
During the EducationUSA Business and STEM Fair, representatives from all the participating universities and colleges have given out useful information about their institutions’ Business and STEM programs.
As part of the event, EMG Education – the exclusive partner of ACT in Vietnam – has also provided the students and parents with the information about ACT – the leading university admission exam in the United States, especially for students interesting in Business and STEM undergraduate programs.
ACT Test – The Key to American Universities & Colleges
EMG Education is the exclusive partner of the ACT in Vietnam to introduce the ACT test starting from September this year. As a leading standardized test, the ACT is well-known for its ability to evaluate not only the subject content knowledge but also the students’ critical thinking and ability to apply their knowledge to predict their college and career readiness .
Moreover, the ACT is not just a test, the ACT Report provides indicators to help students explore their strengths and career options such as the Career Map, ELA (English Language Arts) Index, and STEM Index.
From September 2018, the test is completely computer-based.
The ACT test has become a perfect stepping stone for students to conquer their dream to study in the United States.
If you miss the opportunity to learn about ACT at the EducationUSA Business and STEM Fair, you can visit the official ACT Club Vietnam website here to access more useful online resources, or find out more information about the ACT test here.