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With some 400 million internet users in Southeast Asia, the region is set to initiate technology reforms.

Co-organized by the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training, the British Embassy in Hanoi, and the British Council, the forum united over 200 higher education leaders from both countries, aiming to promote knowledge exchange and showcase collaborative case studies for the future.

Initiatives have spanned healthcare, education, and economic development, with a focus on empowering women in rural areas and leadership roles. Both nations are also aligning gender equality goals with broader agendas such as climate change and digitalization.

During the specified period, a total of 24,722 Nigerians were granted sponsored study visas. Experts attribute this surge in interest among Nigerian students to factors such as the country’s intellectual potential, cost-effective workforce, substantial working population, significant diaspora remittances and the UK’s altered immigration landscape following its departure from the European Union.

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