The activity is also intended to build a network of young capable Vietnamese human resources.
Ha Phuong Anh, chairwoman of SVUK, said this is the ninth year the association has organised , which has helped to strengthen solidarity among Vietnamese students in the UK, and at the same time promote the connection among Vietnamese societies in UK universities.
According to Anh, with three key criteria namely education, solidarity and culture, Leader Camp focuses on developing and collective management skills, which are very useful in the study and daily life of international students in the UK.
The event featured two discussions on the themes “The Rise of Youth” and “How to build a project from scratch and prosper it”, and an array of games designed to foster leadership and team work skills, promoting and flexibility when facing difficulties.
Addressing the event, Vietnamese Ambassador to the UK Nguyen Hoang Long highly appreciated SVUK's role in connecting the Vietnamese student community in the UK through many useful activities, including Leader Camp. The ambassador affirmed that the embassy is ready to support these activities.