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Microtec recruits Lao to study in China



(KPL) A local education company, Mocrotec Education Centre, can place any academically qualified Lao student in a Chinese university and he will be able to commence his studies in September 2009.

The university?s tuition fee is affordable as the professional courses like medicine, engineering, dentistry, architecture, business studies etc average out at RMB 30,000 or USD 4,400 per year. Living expenses in China, even in the more expensive East Coast cities, where most of the universities in Microtec?s list are located, is again not too expensive, as a student can live on RMB12,000 per year or USD 1,800 (around 15 million kip).

The Lao student can study in English or Chinese and there are even courses that are taught on a bilingual basis, English and Chinese.

However, 11 Chinese universities in Microtec?s list offer courses in English for a wide range of professional courses, medicine, engineering, business studies, architecture, dentistry and information technology.

For the Chinese medium programmes, only four universities are in this company?s list, offering courses in logistics, port management, Chinese language, engineering and IT.
Microtec charges USD 2,150 for the service of placing a Lao student in any of the university on its list.

Education counselor, Miss Champheng Mingboupha, told KPL News that studying in Chinese universities is a new destination for Lao students as they have been going to universities in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

These universities charge much higher tuition fees than the Chinese universities and the living expenses is also much higher and the latter is even triple that in China.

One reason for the high tuition fees for state universities of Australian and New Zealand universities is that the governments operate a two-tier tuition fee system, one for the locals and the other for foreigners and that the foreigner pay much more than the Kiwis and Aussies. This system also operates in Singapore.Lao students, she added, on their own have been going on their own to universities in Thailand and Vietnam.


A day will come and that might not be too far away when Lao students will look at the Chinese universities professional courses not only from the affordability point of view but also that they can match their western counterparts in terms of provision of quality education. This is possible because China has more money in its coffer, two trillion USD, than any other country in the world and she is committing a huge portion of it to cutting edge research in science and technology in its universities.When the effect of big money kicks in then the Lao students may be stampeding and rampaging to study in Chinese universities.



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Normal family can't afford it !average out at RMB 30,000 or USD 4,400 per year and is not including a dozen of beer in the Weekend and invite some Korean & Japanese cute girl some food and drink. but this is good to study and invest for your education if your condition is good. because chinese university is quite good compared to Vietnam and Thailand. but it is not so easy to study in the famous university such Beijing University, Qinghua or in Fudan, shanghai.

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No need to come to America biggrin

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I guess Lao students do need to go out to study more because they need to come back and rebuilt their country. Laos is poor that the land properties are own by other country and Laos forest were bought by other countries. Hopefully, this opportunity will open Lao's eye to reality.

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It is good for Lao students to pursue their knowledge abroad because their English competency from Lao schools are still poor. They must improve their English skills a lot more.

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Microtec recruits Lao to study in China



(KPL) A local education company, Mocrotec Education Centre, can place any academically qualified Lao student in a Chinese university and he will be able to commence his studies in September 2009.

The university?s tuition fee is affordable as the professional courses like medicine, engineering, dentistry, architecture, business studies etc average out at RMB 30,000 or USD 4,400 per year. Living expenses in China, even in the more expensive East Coast cities, where most of the universities in Microtec?s list are located, is again not too expensive, as a student can live on RMB12,000 per year or USD 1,800 (around 15 million kip).

The Lao student can study in English or Chinese and there are even courses that are taught on a bilingual basis, English and Chinese.

However, 11 Chinese universities in Microtec?s list offer courses in English for a wide range of professional courses, medicine, engineering, business studies, architecture, dentistry and information technology.

For the Chinese medium programmes, only four universities are in this company?s list, offering courses in logistics, port management, Chinese language, engineering and IT.
Microtec charges USD 2,150 for the service of placing a Lao student in any of the university on its list.

Education counselor, Miss Champheng Mingboupha, told KPL News that studying in Chinese universities is a new destination for Lao students as they have been going to universities in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

These universities charge much higher tuition fees than the Chinese universities and the living expenses is also much higher and the latter is even triple that in China.

One reason for the high tuition fees for state universities of Australian and New Zealand universities is that the governments operate a two-tier tuition fee system, one for the locals and the other for foreigners and that the foreigner pay much more than the Kiwis and Aussies. This system also operates in Singapore.Lao students, she added, on their own have been going on their own to universities in Thailand and Vietnam.


A day will come and that might not be too far away when Lao students will look at the Chinese universities professional courses not only from the affordability point of view but also that they can match their western counterparts in terms of provision of quality education. This is possible because China has more money in its coffer, two trillion USD, than any other country in the world and she is committing a huge portion of it to cutting edge research in science and technology in its universities.When the effect of big money kicks in then the Lao students may be stampeding and rampaging to study in Chinese universities.



Education is always good but after graduated specially from China could not be employed by any companies in Laos. That is the truth. For the students who are graduated from the United States , European Union and Australia have more Chances to be employed in Laos. According to what I have seen seeing and I might be wrong.

 



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Microtec recruits Lao to study in China



(KPL) A local education company, Mocrotec Education Centre, can place any academically qualified Lao student in a Chinese university and he will be able to commence his studies in September 2009.

The university?s tuition fee is affordable as the professional courses like medicine, engineering, dentistry, architecture, business studies etc average out at RMB 30,000 or USD 4,400 per year. Living expenses in China, even in the more expensive East Coast cities, where most of the universities in Microtec?s list are located, is again not too expensive, as a student can live on RMB12,000 per year or USD 1,800 (around 15 million kip).

The Lao student can study in English or Chinese and there are even courses that are taught on a bilingual basis, English and Chinese.

However, 11 Chinese universities in Microtec?s list offer courses in English for a wide range of professional courses, medicine, engineering, business studies, architecture, dentistry and information technology.

For the Chinese medium programmes, only four universities are in this company?s list, offering courses in logistics, port management, Chinese language, engineering and IT.
Microtec charges USD 2,150 for the service of placing a Lao student in any of the university on its list.

Education counselor, Miss Champheng Mingboupha, told KPL News that studying in Chinese universities is a new destination for Lao students as they have been going to universities in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

These universities charge much higher tuition fees than the Chinese universities and the living expenses is also much higher and the latter is even triple that in China.

One reason for the high tuition fees for state universities of Australian and New Zealand universities is that the governments operate a two-tier tuition fee system, one for the locals and the other for foreigners and that the foreigner pay much more than the Kiwis and Aussies. This system also operates in Singapore.Lao students, she added, on their own have been going on their own to universities in Thailand and Vietnam.


A day will come and that might not be too far away when Lao students will look at the Chinese universities professional courses not only from the affordability point of view but also that they can match their western counterparts in terms of provision of quality education. This is possible because China has more money in its coffer, two trillion USD, than any other country in the world and she is committing a huge portion of it to cutting edge research in science and technology in its universities.When the effect of big money kicks in then the Lao students may be stampeding and rampaging to study in Chinese universities.



Education is always good but after graduated specially from China could not be employed by any companies in Laos. That is the truth. For the students who are graduated from the United States , European Union and Australia have more Chances to be employed in Laos. According to what I have seen seeing and I might be wrong.

 

 




The most important is what you learned from school and what you are able to do in society.chinese is hard,man compared to english..



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