Dai-ichi Life Vietnam ties up with Thai international university

Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017 16:45

Yotaro Numata, deputy general director of Dai-ichi Life Vietnam (L), and Andrew Scown, principal of Stamford International University, sign an agreement for the “Priority Enrolment to study at Stamford International University – Laureate Thailand” programme. — VNS Photo

Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company of Vietnam has launched a programme offering “Priority Enrolment to study at Stamford International University – Laureate Thailand”.

It is targeted at customers planning to provide their children with international quality education.

Buyers of Dai-ichi’s products will, in addition to the basic insurance benefits, also get a certificate of “Priority Enrolment to Study at Stamford International University –Laureate Thailand.”

With this, their children can join Stamford, a member of Laureate International Universities, have their entrance fee waived and get a discount of US$250 for the first semester.

Ranked in the top tier of Thai international universities, Stamford offers international business management, business management, design, logistics and supply chain management, international trade and relations, public communications, English language and others.

Takashi Fujii, chairman of Dai-ichi Life International Asia Pacific and its Vietnamese subsidiary, said the company has launched this programme to meet the increasing demand and expectation from customers following the success of its US and Australia study programmes. — VNS

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