AIT Vietnam Awards 04 Full Scholarships to Future Leaders in Logistics & Supply Chain

On June 6th 2024, the final night of SLOG Challenge 2024 – an international competition about Logistics and Supply Chain marked a significant milestone for both the participants and AIT Vietnam. 

SLOG Challenge is an international competition organized by Van Lang University. The competition is a place for domestic and international students who are passionate about the field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. 

As the Diamond Sponsor of this remarkable event, AIT Vietnam awards 04 FULL SCHOLARSHIPS UP TO 100,000 USD to the winners of the competition. These scholarships enable students to pursue postgraduate programs at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), one of the world’s leading institutes.

The SLOG Challenge 2024 brought together the brightest minds from Vietnam and the region, all competing to showcase their innovative solutions and knowledge in logistics and supply chain management. The event culminated in an exciting and inspiring final night, where the top teams presented their projects to a panel of esteemed judges.

Dr. Phùng Văn Đông – Executive Director of AIT Vietnam shared his remarks at the final night of
SLOG Challenge 2024.

This competition not only provides a learning experience but also networking opportunities with regional businesses and organizations for students in the field of Logistics. This aligns with our mission and commitment of all educational activities at AIT Vietnam to nurture high-quality human resources.

With 31 years of dedication to education, AIT Vietnam believes that accompanying the younger generation will not only bring learning opportunities and foster creative ideas but also spread profound educational values to the community. 

Congratulations to the winners and all participants of the SLOG Challenge 2024! Your journey is just beginning, and we are excited to see the incredible contributions you will make to the logistics and supply chain industry.


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