Welcome, everyone, to Fulbright University Vietnam’s Convocation 2022!
To our distinguished guests, members of the board, graduate and undergraduate faculty and staff, friends, family, and most importantly, our students – it is an honor for me to speak with you today and mark the beginning of Fulbright’s academic year.
I have had this great honor to speak at Convocation since our very first undergraduate intake in 2018.
This year marks a special milestone in Fulbright’s history: It is our fifth intake of undergraduate students, and it is our first year with a graduating class of students.
For many, this is the moment we have all been waiting for. Fulbright will finally have a graduating class, and Fulbright will be continually building, broadening, and championing a liberal arts education in Vietnam.
This fifth intake and the first graduating class — and all of the years before and in between to make it possible — comes at a time when your generation — “Gen Z” — is in the “Age of Now.”
If you want food or milk tea now, you open Baemin or Grab or GoJek. If you want entertainment now, you open Instagram or Netflix or TikTok. If you want to chat with friends and family now, you open Facebook or FaceTime or Zalo or Zoom. And for the brave few — Microsoft Teams! If you want basically anything else now, you open Lazada or Shopee or Tiki.
So many things in life you want can happen now.
But what we want in life is not always what we need.
The world is changing rapidly. There’s an acronym to describe this phenomenon: VUCA. Our world is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. At the same time, the world is facing a series of looming and existential threats: climate change, labor market automation from the 4th Industrial Revolution.
We all are experiencing this rapid change and these looming threats ourselves: A global pandemic taking the lives of millions. A military conflict in Europe. Catastrophic flooding in South Korea and Pakistan. Wildfires raging in California. What next?
In a world where everything seems to go sideways, how can we maintain the energy and optimism to do something about it? How can we curtail the impending doom and gloom we see across the news? How can we address these massive, world changing problems that just feel so far off?
What we need in this “VUCA world” is not “life-on-demand”. Not everything at our fingertips now.
What we need are critical and creative thinkers, ready to take on the “Grand Challenges” of Vietnam, the region, and the world.
What we need are pioneering spirits, ready to embrace the uncertainty and define it for others.
What we need are community minded leaders, ready to create the broadest social impact for as many people as possible.
What we need is you.
If you will indulge me for the next 10 minutes, I want us to explore this question which our world is so at odds with: How can we create lasting social impact in the “Age of Now”?
In these next ten minutes, I want to share with you my perspective on answering this question, a case study demonstrating said perspective, and — as always — a distillation of what I shared into actionable advice.
I began my sharing with the significance of this year’s convocation — the fifth intake.
Your year, the Class of 2026 — the fifth intake — is the answer to how we can create a lasting social impact in the “Age of Now.”
The fifth intake represents a steadfast commitment to the future — to longtermism. This commitment comes despite all unforeseen changes. Despite all the uncertainty. Despite the critics.
Longtermism is the sincere belief that future people count. Longtermism is understanding that we here today must take seriously our role in shaping the future and the lives that will live in it. Longtermism — especially in our VUCA world with existential threats coinciding with the “Age of Now” — is to accept that we are living in a time of both exceptional opportunity and profound responsibility.
At Fulbright, we fully understand that progress takes time. It happens slowly. And, it rarely — if ever — goes in a straight line. Pushing for our better society, therefore, requires not only a high degree of patience and flexibility, but also a tolerance for contradictions, disruptions, and side steps along the way.
At Fulbright, we have become comfortable with this fact. We need to stay comfortable with this fact. And most importantly — we must ensure that those who walk through our doors will be prepared to embrace this fact.
Now, onto our case study . Fulbright University Vietnam is longtermism par excellence.
As Vietnam emerged from centuries of colonization and decades of war, this young nation was starting over again, having the chance to define its own future — this time, on its own terms.
Nearly 30 years ago — at least a decade before most of you were born — there came an idea from an unlikely pairing: former adversaries.
This uncanny relationship between Vietnam and the United States is longtermism. It is quite literally the belief that future people count — that you here today mattered, even before you were born.
The path forward 30 years ago was not always easy, or clear, or straightforward. Fulbright started small, as an ambitious Economics Teaching Program to equip and train Vietnam’s current and future leaders with the world’s most forward thinking economics and public policy practices.
As these leaders came of age with our young nation, year after year, decade after decade, it soon became apparent that we — Vietnam and the United States — must lay an even stronger foundation. To really cement this impact was to extend the reach to even more future people.
And so came Fulbright University Vietnam.
It was with the courage of their convictions — now our convictions — that if we can build a strong enough foundation, we can continue to determine our own future. And that to do so is to accept and recognize and invest in future people. Because they count. Because Vietnam’s future — our future — is you.
This might feel like a lot to take in.
Many of you, fresh out of high school, may not have signed up for a lecture to be told that our future rests in your hands!
I may be a few decades ahead of you all here today, but I am still playing my role in shaping our future — you matter.
So, as is the best way to approach such large and complex concepts and problems, let me breakdown longtermism for you all today: university student edition.
First, before you set off focusing on future people, focus on your future self. Making the most out of Fulbright means fully immersing yourself in the experiences and resources we have to offer.
This means approaching all of our activities, courses, events, opportunities, and people with an open mind. Some would argue that the purpose of college is to find out what you like, but I would argue that the purpose of college is to find out what you do not like. By being here today, I hope that you have come mentally prepared to challenge your own assumptions and, maybe, even change your mind on a thing or two.
Second, you do not have to be good at everything you do, but you should at least be interested in it.
We have worked diligently to build a student body that is diverse in the broadest sense: academically, geographically, economically. You will meet people from backgrounds that you have never met before, from places you have not yet been. You will meet people who are going to be better than you.
This is not to stoke competition. It is to remind ourselves that the world is so much bigger than us, and that we should be continually amazed and in wonder of what — and who — is out there. If you all here today can shift your expectations to not be the best at what you do, but the most interested at what you do — you will bring your own magic to this world. And that’s what we need. A little bit of everyone’s magic.
Third, go through your time at Fulbright in good company. Surround yourself with friends, mentors, faculty, and staff who care about you.
It’s going to be these people — these transformative connections — that can make or break your experience at Fulbright.
Your Fulbright community will be filled with some of the most interesting people in your lives five, 10, 15 years from now. Don’t miss out on the opportunity for when you see them in the future where you can say “Remember that time when…?”
The one thing that you can — and should — do now is Invest building meaningful relationships, they are our future people, too.
And, fourth — a bonus tip: Remember to call home. They miss you. More than you think. You’ll make their day — trust me.
So, 10 minutes have come and gone — hopefully no one is falling asleep.
How might you all capture the spirit of longtermism by making the most of your time at Fulbright? To recap:
Explore what is out there, and be prepared to change your mind — hopefully more than once.
Be immensely interested in what you do. Being the best is overrated.
Surround yourself with good company. There is nothing like a good adventure with even greater friends.
Finally — remember to call home. Maybe after Convocation is over.
When you do all the above. When that’s all said and done, perhaps at that point, four years from now, you will look to your friends and recall: “Remember that time when that lady told us how to make the most out of Fulbright?”
Class of 2026, to our future artists, creators, leaders, shapers, and visionaries.
To our champions of longtermism.
To our future.
Welcome to Fulbright University Vietnam, and welcome to the next best four years of your lives!
Dam Bich Thuy,
President, Fulbright University Vietnam
The admissions process for Fulbright University Vietnam Undergraduate Class of 2027 is now officially open at https://apply.fulbright.edu.vn.
This year, the admissions process will have 3 major updates:
1️⃣ This is the first year that Fulbright implements three Admissions Cycles instead of two, including Early Action, Fall Cycle and Spring Cycle.
🍀 Early Action: The Admissions and Financial Aid applications are open from September 10, 2022 to October 17, 2022. Applicants will receive their admissions results for Early Action in mid-December.
🍀 Fall Cycle: The Admissions application is open from September 10, 2022 to November 28, 2022 (the Financial Aid application will remain open until December 12, 2022). Applicants will receive their admissions results for Fall Cycle in mid-March.
🍀 Spring Cycle: The Admissions application is open from December 15, 2022 to April 10, 2023 (the Financial Aid application will remain open until April 17, 2023). Applicants will receive their admissions results for Spring Cycle in early July.
2️⃣ More flexible format and timeline for the Interview Round:
This year, applicants will have the option to join one out of two interview rounds with the same admissions weight:
🍀 Alpha Interview (α Interview):
+ The Alpha Interview takes place before the admissions application deadline of each cycle.
+ Applicants can register for the Alpha Interview round at bit.ly/FUVAlpha.
+ This interview can take place online OR in-person in Ho Chi Minh City or provinces where the Admissions Team visits.
🍀 Beta Interview (β Interview):
+ The Beta interview takes place after the admissions application deadline of each cycle.
+ Applicants shortlisted from the application round who have not participated in the Alpha Interview round will receive an invitation to participate in the Beta Interview round.
+ This interview will take place online.
3⃣ English requirement: Applicants of all three admissions cycles will have until May 31, 2023 to meet Fulbright’s English requirements.
📌 Read more at: https://admissions.fulbright.edu.vn
🔥 Start your application now at: https://apply.fulbright.edu.vn
👉 For further inquiries, please contact our Admissions office via 028 7303 7788 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can follow the official Facebook page of the Admissions and Financial Aid Office at https://www.facebook.com/RoadtoFUV.
Fulbright University Vietnam is honored to announce Vietcombank – Fulbright Scholarship for incoming students of the undergraduate Class of 2026. Established though the generosity and commitment of the Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam – Thu Thiem Branch (Vietcombank Thu Thiem), the scholarship is created specifically for students who have excellent academic achievements and financial difficulties in order to recognize their efforts, encourage community involvements and provide financial assistance to support them in two years.
The scholarship awards 60,000,000 VND (Sixty million Vietnam dong) to three (03) Class of 2026 students. Every scholarship awardee will receive 30,000,000 VND each academic year in the first two year at Fulbright to cover the stipend.
As one criterion of Vietcombank – Fulbright scholarship is for students with financial difficulties, the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid will evaluate applicants’ financial circumstances and send the link to apply the scholarship to eligible students via email.
Final decision will be based on the evaluation of admissions & financial aid application and the supplemental essay. The Office of Admissions & Financial Aid will announce the scholarship result on the same day as the recruitment result of the Spring Cycle.
Throughout the past years, the Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam (Vietcombank) has been a generous donor and supported Fulbright students through many scholarship opportunities.
🔎 Applicants in the Spring Cycle can read more about Vietcombank – Fulbright Scholarship and other scholarships at: https://admissions.fulbright.edu.vn/vn/hoc-bong-va-ho-tro-tai-chinh/hoc-bong/
✔️ The admissions application for the Spring Cycle of Class of 2026 can be created at: https://apply.fulbright.edu.vn.
✔️ The deadline of Spring Cycle application is 14:00 on Monday, April 25, 2022.
Mr. Nguyễn Phương Lam, the donor of Nguyễn-Phương Family Scholarship, has confirmed the opportunity for Fulbright University Vietnam’s Class of 2026 Spring Cycle applicants to apply for this scholarship if the Selection Committee finds a suitable candidate. The Committee will award one (01) more full tuition scholarship to incoming Class of 2026 students.
Upon this confirmation, Fulbright University Vietnam and VietSeeds Foundation are honored to announce Nguyễn-Phương Family (NP Family Scholarship) opportunity for Class of 2026 Spring Cycle applicants. The university has awarded NP Family scholarship to one (01) admitted student from Priority Cycle and will expand the opportunity to one (01) student from Spring Cycle.
The NP Family Scholarship will award one or two scholarships covering full annual tuition fee in maximum four (04) years to one or two incoming student who exemplifies the change-maker spirit. More details on the Scholarship, Criteria and Renewal could be found HERE.
Throughout the NP Family scholarship interviews on March 1st, 6 candidates from Priority Cycle have impressed the Selection Committee with excellent performance and mature thoughts. Mr. Nguyễn Phương Lam (the philanthropist/ Selection Committee member) excitedly shared after the interviews: “Our family is thrilled to observe that Fulbright Vietnam University continue attracting students with compassion, strong motivation, and leadership potentials. Building a young generation of empathetic leaders and training them with pay-it-forward spirit is the best way to spread positive impacts in Vietnam’s society.”
The spirit of the scholarship is to help form generations of Vietnamese leaders/changemakers (in all fields of society) for a more humane, kinder world – a world built on solidarity instead of competition; a world focusing on broad human development and social sustainability instead of just economic and material development; a world based on the principle that the meaning of human life is in the being, and not in the having.
The scholarship recipient will receive full tuition fee support for maximum four years at Fulbright from Nguyễn-Phương Family Scholarship’s funds. Housing expense and stipend support will be considered based on their family’s financial circumstances and will be funded by Fulbright University Vietnam or VietSeeds Foundation (if any). In this case, students will be required to complete another application as regulated by VietSeeds.
Spring Cycle applicants can read more about scholarships at Part 6.1 – Scholarships in the admissions application at https://apply.fulbright.edu.vn/.
The deadline for scholarship applications in Spring Cycle is 14:00 Sunday, May 15, 2022.
The admissions application for the Spring Cycle of Class of 2026 can be created at: https://apply.fulbright.edu.vn.
The deadline of Spring application is 14:00 Monday, April 25, 2022.
We are living in an era that highly values the power of big data and STEM, and we cannot counter-argue how significant these subjects matter to our daily life. Traits that are often linked to STEM such as curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, and pioneering are desirable and praised.
However, our world has evolved from a wealth of knowledge across disciplines to become what it is today and is still constantly changing. We do not know how long this era will last or how it will transform because, for example, just two decades ago, big data was still very much unheard of, and those said traits were once identified with philosophers, though they are always desirable.
It is inadequate to favor one subject over another at any point in our human development. It is even more important today to have a more interdisciplinary education to tackle the grand challenges the human race is facing because our problems are increasingly intertwined, and so are our lives. And only when we fully delve into ourselves – humanities, can we instill changes for a better future.
As a Vietnamese university that is inspired by the American liberal arts and engineering model, Fulbright University Vietnam understood the importance of interdisciplinary education. During the first and second years at Fulbright, students are required to complete five different core courses, which provide them with a multi-faceted knowledge of the world we are living in; Global Humanities and Social Change is one of these five core courses*.
The Concept of Change
Global Humanities and Social Change is designed to help students examine key moments in the global history of thought through the lens of textual analysis. The course looks at key texts in five core periods and epistemic traditions: (1) classical epistemologies and origin myths; (2) major transitions of the post-classical era; (3) Renaissance, Enlightenment, Revolution and transitions to modernity; (4) Modern Era; and (5) (Post) Colonialism.
By exploring through the texts, students are able to not only analyze and grapple with complex ideas, which influence social policy and shape perception in the contemporary world but also understand the evolution of change. “The goal of Global Humanities is to introduce students to historical changes concerning different people’s approaches to education, politics, ethics, and culture, and to consider how these historical changes have shaped our world today,” says Dr. Kevin Hart, the core coordinator for the course and a faculty member in Literature.
What makes the course even more enticing is that students are not boxed into just theoretical texts such as Plato’s The Republic or Rousseau’s The Social Contract but can re-evaluate famous literary pieces such as The One Thousand and One Nights to identify the similarities and differences of “change” across concepts and texts, time and places.
Course lecturers, depending on their background and perspective, have the flexibility to tailor reading materials to fit the subject matter. “The range of materials allows us to step outside our comfort zones … to tackle new subject matter and texts. … I may naturally lean towards providing my students with a more historical way to think about the texts we encounter, but it has been gratifying to engage with anthropology and literary analysis as well,” explains Dr. Andrew Bellisari, a faculty member in History and one of the main instructors of this course.
Ultimately, Global Humanities and Social Change hope to provide students a foundation to analyze how “change” has changed historically, how it will affect our lives in modern times, and how we should prepare for and cope with “change” in the future. With this foundation, students will be more equipped to respond to the greatest challenges of our times such as discrimination, inequality, radicalism, etc…
An Understanding of the World
Changes are inherent, yet not all changes are desirable. At Fulbright, we aspire to create the next generation of positive change-makers in Vietnam for a rapidly evolving world. And it is our responsibility to build an educational experience that can instill positive impacts so that our students can create a better world in the future. To achieve this, we first need to help students understand the global pasts and learn from all they offer.
“One of the aims of Global Humanities and Social Change is to de-exceptionalize the Vietnamese experience by showing our students how similar the experiences of very different people have been around the world and throughout time. Our students can build empathy with other cultures and see the shared human experience of change,” adds Dr. Bellisari.
Within the texts in this course, students can engage in the thinking processes practiced in different cultures and historical periods, and be exposed to various ways of thinking, analyzing, and questioning. The experiences gained from studying these texts may be qualitatively different, but they are all vital pieces of re-evaluation and self-reflection, which will help Fulbright students become better citizens of the world.
“This course helps me re-evaluate ideas which I thought were true, or ethical values that I unquestionably follow. It propels me to question why my society considers this is right and this is wrong, or whether these things hold absolute truth. It teaches me how to think critically about matters in life, equality in our society, and even my own set of ethical values,” shares Hoang Phuong Mai, a Class of 2024 student.
By comparing and contrasting historical and modern texts, students can find their answers to urgent epistemological and ethical problems for the present and future: how to empathize with other people beyond the physical territories, and how to cope with different intellectual, religious, social, and cultural points of views.
“Through different stories from different civilizations across places and time, I learn to be more open and become a more well-rounded person. I learn to care more than just my own life. I am eager to solve societal grand challenges such as feminism, systematic racism, the East-West divide, etc… I have never been more mature,” says Quach Thi Xuan Trang, a Class of 2023 student.
Setting up for Success
Besides knowledge, the Global Humanities and Social Change course also nurtures different habits of mind that allow students to mature into successful, productive citizens of the world who can appreciate others, experience and embrace the notion of empathy, and seek lifelong learning.
“This course serves as one of several foundations for developing the reading, writing, and critical thinking skills that students will take into every aspect of their studies and professional lives after Fulbright,” Dr. Ian Kalman, a faculty member in Social Science and the course’s instructor, emphasizes.
Not only required to familiarize themselves with all reading materials but students are also asked to analyze texts in ways that are applicable in the classroom and the professional world beyond the classroom. Such ability to process information and to deal with difficult situations is important to everyone personally and professionally.
It is especially important for helping to deal with contemporary global issues at local, national, and international levels. That is why our future change-makers must continue honing the skills to “connect ideas, sourcing, scrutinizing and evaluating information to solve complex problems,” adds Dr. Matthew McDonald, a faculty member in Psychology and this course’s instructor.
To Vu Ha Vy, a Class of 2024 student, the Global Humanities and Social Change course opens her eyes to new ways of viewing issues and encourages her to consider diverse opinions and ideas.
But to Vo Linh Dan, another Co24 student, the course is more than just tangible skills. “It is not the easiest core course, but it is very intellectually rewarding. … I appreciate how it re-shapes my perception of society and humanity. Such experience affirms my plan to pursue History and Social Studies as majors,” she concludes.
Thach Thao – Thuy Hang
* Following the American tradition, students begin their studies at Fulbright by building a breadth of knowledge and skills through a set of core courses of the liberal arts and science. These courses incorporate the key competencies of critical, innovative, and creative thinking, effective communication, reasoning, civic engagement, collaboration, ethical reasoning, and lifelong learning. These courses also illustrate the power of interdisciplinary study to solve modern problems.
The core curriculum includes: Global Humanities and Social Change, Modern Vietnamese Culture & Society, Quantitative Reasoning for a Digital Age, Scientific Inquiry, and Design and Systems Thinking.
Due to the complex situations of COVID-19 in different provinces, many students have been and still are affected tremendously in terms of physical health, mental health, and of course their studying. Fulbright University Vietnam has received many inquiries on whether the school can extend the application period for Class of 2026 Spring Cycle. Understanding that the circumstance is beyond the students’ control, the Admissions and Financial Aid office has decided to extend the application deadline until 14:00 on April 25, 2022.
We sincerely advise you to spend this time learning more about Fulbright through the below channels:
☀️ If you’re currently residing in or near Ho Chi Minh city, you can register for our Campus Tour: Sunset by the Lake – a program where you can come for a leisure walk around our campus and the Crescent Lake, enjoying boba milk tea with our Fulbrighters. Due to limited capacity, please register asap: https://bit.ly/campustour22.
☀️ If you’re currently residing in other provinces, you can follow the Facebook page of the Admissions team (Road to Fulbright University Vietnam) to know where our Admissions Officers and Fulbright Buddies will host our coffee chats. The first series of coffee chats in the Central region has been kick-started: https://bit.ly/SpringCentralCoffeeChat.
☀️ If you’ve just opened an application and need some advice, stay tuned for our webinars, organized by the Admissions Office, our Tamarind Team, or Fulbright Buddies. Finally, don’t forget our FACT program (Fulbright Admissions Companion Team), where we pair an applicant with a Fulbright student for 1-on-1 consultation. Register by March 20: https://bit.ly/FACT-registration.
For the convenience of prospect parents and students who are interested in learning more about applying to the Undergraduate program at Fulbright University Vietnam, the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid is pleased to announce the launching of our new landing page at https://admissions.fulbright.edu.vn.
Those who are interested in general information or other programs at Fulbright University Vietnam (the Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management, the YSEALI program, etc.) can find what you are looking for on the university’s website. But those who want to be updated on the most recent activities and events for undergraduate admissions (the Road to Fulbright Language Club, the Road to Fulbright Podcast, contests for high school students, detailed Q&A about different scholarships, etc.) may also check out our new landing page.
The Admissions and Financial Aid Office is looking forward to seeing you at our new bulletin board!
Fulbright University Vietnam has officially launched our application portal for the Spring Cycle of the Undergraduate Class of 2026 at https://apply.fulbright.edu.vn. Following the Priority Cycle, Fulbright University Vietnam started receiving applications for the second admissions cycle this year – the Spring Cycle. This cycle started at 12:00 on November 30, 2021 and will close at 14:00 on April 8, 2022.
Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Admissions office via our office number (+84) 28 7303 7788 or our office email at email@example.com.
Fulbright University Vietnam has officially launched our application portal for the Spring Cycle of the Undergraduate Class of 2026 at https://apply.fulbright.edu.vn. Following the Priority Cycle, Fulbright University Vietnam starts receiving applications for the second admissions cycle this year – the Spring Cycle. This cycle starts at 12:00 on November 30, 2021 and will close at 14:00 on April 8, 2022.
Unlike previous years, prospective applicants have more than four months to prepare their applications for the Spring Cycle this year. The Spring Cycle is your second chance to apply to become a Class of 2026 student, so do not miss this opportunity! Those who did not apply in the Priority Cycle or are not lucky enough to be selected in the first round should try again in the Spring Cycle (after the results of the Priority Cycle are announced next January).
Applications for Financial Aid will be assessed simultaneously. Instead of merit-based scholarships, Fulbright offers need-based financial aid, for which the students’ financial capability is the sole determinant in offering aid to cover up to 100 percent of the tuition as well as room and board fees.
Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Admissions office via our office number (+84) 28 7303 7788 or our office email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The wait is finally over! Fulbright University Vietnam has launched our admissions application portal for the Priority Cycle of the Undergraduate Class of 2026 at www.apply.fulbright.edu.vn. The portal will close at 2 p.m. on Monday, November 29, 2021; unlike previous years, our portal will NOT close at Sunday midnight anymore.
Another difference is that this year application requires applicants to submit an English certificate (if you’re not ready by the time the application closes, you can submit it by the individual interview round). To read more information on which certificates are accepted and which scenarios can be considered an exception to this rule, please refer to the above application portal or our official Admissions’ Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RoadtoFUV.
Besides, our Facebook page also provides helpful programs to supports students who are not confident with their English yet (like the writing contest we’re organizing with Dickinson College, or the R2F Language Club’s bi-weekly mini-challenges.) Don’t forget to participate if you haven’t.
Compared to the Spring cycle, the Priority cycle will offer the many benefits:
+ You have twice the chance of getting admitted (if you’re not lucky in the Priority round yet, you can re-apply in the Spring and your application has already been saved on the portal)
+ You will have more time to learn about Fulbright as well as knowing your college destination before graduating from high school (Priority Cycle’s result will be announced tentatively by the end of March 2022; Spring Cycle’s result will be announced tentatively around early July 2022)
+ You will have more financial aid and scholarship opportunities (Nguyen Phuong Family Scholarship is reserved only for students who applied in the Priority cycle this year; Fulbright University Vietnam scholarship will be available for both)
We are looking forward to reading the stories, the personal essays, the original pieces of work from prospective applicants this year. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Admissions office via our office number 028 7303 7788 or our office email email@example.com.