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VeXeRe.com to provide disadvantaged students with scholarships

Released at: 14:52, 04/08/2018

VeXeRe.com to provide disadvantaged students with scholarships

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To celebrate its 5th anniversary VeXeRe.com launched the "Farewell Bus Tickets - 5,000 free annual car fares" program.

by My Van

For the 5th anniversary of the establishment of VeXeRe.com and it's success, VeXeRe.com has organized and launched the "Farewell Bus Tickets - 5,000 free annual car fares" program.

The program is designed to award 5,000 full-year scholarships to 5,000 disadvantaged students who are currently studying at universities, colleges, and professional secondary schools across the country. The total value of the scholarships of the program is VND10 billion ($429,144).

Students who receive the scholarship will be provided with free round-trip transportation to their respective schools from November 5, 2018, and November 5, 2019. The maximum number of trips will be eight.

The program will accompany more than 80 universities, colleges, and professional secondary schools throughout the country such as Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, Hanoi University of Industry, Hanoi Trade University, Ho Chi Minh City University of Industry, Ho Chi Minh City Technical University, and Ton Duc Thang University.

The list of schools participating in the program is constantly being updated by VeXeRe.com. 

VeXeRe.com hopes to bring positive values to the student community and to society in general, by enabling students to study away from home. They can go home to visit their families without having to worry about the cost.

VeXeRe.com is the largest and most reputable online ticketing system in Vietnam. Currently, VeXeRe.com provides fare information, schedules, phone numbers, and addresses of over 2,000 carriers, over 5,000 routes, and multiple terminals. 

VeXeRe.com also provides the evaluations of their former passengers. Passengers can easily pick their seats in the car, pay online, or pay cash in convenience stores across the country.

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