CIS Alumni

CIS Alumni

Trần Tuấn Ba

CIS Class of 2014

University/College: Western University, Ontario, Canada

Major: Human Resource

Current Internship: Roots Ltd., Canada

Trần Huyền Khánh Nhi (Natalie)

CIS Class of 2013

Working at: VietCan Immigration, Canada

Current University: Sheridan College, Canada

Major: Law


  • Ontario Scholar (Ontario Scholars are high school graduates in the Canadian province of Ontario who attain an average of 80% or greater in their six best Grade 12 courses)
  • Governor General's Academic Medal (Bronze Medal)
  • 2 academic awards in college for passion for law and highest academic achievement

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Nguyễn Tuấn Hưng

CIS Class of 2013

Current internship/work place: Automation Engineer, Melbourne, Australia

University/College: Trinity College, USA

Major: Electrical Engineering


  • 4 year scholarship at Trinity College

"Having just graduated from Trinity College in the States with honors in Electrical Engineering, I am currently working as an automation engineer in Melbourne, Australia. I would like to thank CIS for giving me such a good foundation of skills and knowledge that partly contributes to my success so far. I hope the school continues to grow and teach the younger generations to be the best they can be."

Nguyễn Thái Quỳnh Thư (Ivy)

CIS Class of 2013

Current Workplace: Canadian Imperial Bank of Canada (CIBC)

University/College:  University of Ottawa, Canada

Major: Finance


  • The first CIS Student Council President
  • CIS Alumni Association President

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Phạm Quỳnh Thanh (Sony)

CIS Class of 2013

University/College:  Macquarie University, Australia

Major: Accounting

Published Article: Be Mentally Prepared before Going to Study Abroad

Trúc Phạm

CIS Class of 2013

University/College: University of Louisiana Monroe, Louisiana, USA



  • Summa Cum Laude
  • 4-year scholarship

"My two years at CIS were short yet long enough to leave me with beautiful memories and faithful friends. Here I am, graduated from University within the top 5% of the class. I cannot imagine how this would happen without my CIS family."