New perspectives on financial investment in their children’s studies will be shared by speakers at The SACE Journey seminar number 7, on May 10.
Vietnam is one of the countries where a high percentage of parents care about their children’s educational future. For many visionaries, investing in children’s education is seen as an investment in the future. But not all fathers and mothers are wise in scientific financial planning; Not all families have enough income to pay for their children’s school fees. In particular, after the economic losses caused by Covid-19, the investment in children’s education is also considered more carefully by families.
What is the pressure of parents when they want to send their children to the best educational environment while balancing cash flow for other family expenses? What kind of investment is scientific and brings good results for the future of children? These concerns will be answered in episode 7 of The SACE Journey – Unlocking Gen Z, with the theme “Investing in children’s education – Motivation or pressure?”.
The two guests of the program are Dr. Nguyen Thu Huong – General Director of Nam Huong Group; Dr. Pham Anh Khoi – Lecturer at Western Sydney University, Australia; CEO and Co-Founder of FINA.
In the first part of the discussion with the content “How is it wise to prepare financially for your child’s education?”, the speakers will give their views on how it is scientific and wise to invest in your child’s education. good; Or does the level of finance that parents invest and pay to determine the quality of their children’s education and learning outcomes?
For well-off families with high income potential, special investment in their children’s education is not worth discussing. But for families whose ability to pay is still limited, it is difficult to manage and bear all kinds of expensive expenses for their children to study in modern and quality educational environments such as private schools and international schools. Should I even send my children to study abroad? Will that “overwhelming” investment become a pressure or burden not only for parents but also for children? These issues will also be discussed by the speakers, and their own experiences will be shared.
Part two of the talk is “Expectations to make a profit from investing in your child’s education”. In fact, education is one of the fields that receive the investment attention of each individual and unit in society, depending on conditions and levels. Called investment, must want to make a profit. So what is the profit that parents today still expect when expending financial resources to invest in their children’s education? Dr. Nguyen Thu Huong will give an interesting perspective on this issue.
Besides, Dr. Pham Anh Khoi mentioned some indirect investment methods in this field. Some parents, instead of paying a small fee for their children to attend expensive and modern educational environments, they invest that money in other fields such as real estate and securities. … and use that as capital for your children later.
In fact, the investment in children’s education often comes from the love of parents. They are willing to devote all financial resources, even trying to save money so that their children can study in the best environment in the hope that their future will be more stable and promising. However, for the children to fully understand the parents’ expectations, the right perception of the family’s investment has never been easy. Sad stories still happen when children have distorted thoughts about the care and investment that parents give to their studies. This is also the main content of the third part of the seminar – “Solutions for children to understand and accompany parents in the investment in education”.
From her own experience, Dr. Nguyen Thu Huong will “reveal” how she shares with her children about family finances. Meanwhile, Dr. Pham Anh Khoi made a note to parents about depending on their child’s personality to have an appropriate way of sharing family finances, avoiding children becoming self-deprecating for fear of putting pressure on them. for parents.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Thu Huong graduated with a PhD from Ho Chi Minh City University of Physical Education and Sports. She has held various positions such as Vice President of Women Entrepreneurs Association – Ho Chi Minh City Young Entrepreneurs Association, founder and operator of Women Leaders International Network (WLIN); Founder and CEO of the Women’s Startup Network (WSUN), President of the Professional Image Academy (Proimage). She also won many awards such as Typical Female Leader of Asia Pacific – Philippines 2017; The title of Shining Female Leader – Malaysia 2017; The title of Female Creative Leader – Singapore 2018.
Dr. Pham Anh Khoi is the CEO & Co-Founder of FINA – a technology platform for financial solutions for users in Vietnam. He graduated with a PhD and taught at Western Sydney University, Australia. With nearly 20 years of experience in real estate and finance, he is the author of numerous scholarly studies published in prestigious international journals and books.
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The series of seminars The SACE Journey – The journey to the world’s top university from grade 10 is within the framework of Education Connect – an educational connection portal organized by VnExpress online newspaper and Scotch AGS Monolingual International School. Experts will discuss educational topics to assess the challenges of Gen Z parents when accompanying their children, and share orientational views for high school students.
Scotch College Adelaide – an international education system with more than 100 years of development in Australia, is now available in Vietnam, starting with the launch of Scotch AGS International School of Monolinguals from Grade 1 to Grade 12, standardizing the curriculum. Australian National Education (ACARA), received the Australian Baccalaureate – SACE, with international value.
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