Welcoming first year students in September

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Welcoming first year students in September
  Nha Trang University will welcome first year students on September 4 - 5 at Nha Trang Campus and September 15 at Kien Giang Branch.

Nearly 2,000 students are expected to come and register to start the academic year 2014-2015 during these days. All students’ demand of dormitory will be supported with inside campus buildings.

Nha Trang University also calls 920 more students who have good results from the national university entrance exam in July to come in October.

 
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