Applicants who are Vietnamese citizens, currently living in Vietnam, are eligible to apply for a VIED fellowship to pursue any of the following at the U of S:
- A complete master’s degree program, lasting up to 2 years; Students must be eligible for admission into a Master’s program.
- A complete doctoral degree program, lasting up to 4 years; Students must be eligible for admission into a PhD program.
All applicants to a master's or doctoral program must meet the minimum admission requirements of the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (CGPS).
Applying to the U of S
Students who are applying with a VIED scholarship typically have their letter of confirmation from VIED in hand when they apply to the U of S.
The student must complete a formal online application.
Students should identify themselves as a VIED applicant through the online application system. This will assist us to identify these applications early and to provide the necessary supporting documentation and a timely decision so that the student’s VIED scholarship can be finalized.
- The unit must make a conditional recommendation to admit, pending completion of bachelor’s degree for a Master's program or completion of master’s degree for a PhD program and official transcripts (if applicable), proof of English proficiency (if applicable), and/or certification of scholarship award from VIED.
- The CGPS will issue the offer of admission letter, including the conditions as specified in the Unit’s recommendation to admit the student.
Apply for VIED fellowship
Students who apply with a VIED fellowship typically have their letter of confirmation from VIED in hand when they apply to the UofS. Students are responsible for their own applications for a VIED scholarship.
For assistance or questions regarding individual applications please contact the CGPS program consultant for your unit, or email@example.com.