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Customized Faculty Led

  1. Leadership Development & Doing Business in Vietnam

    This program has been built to help students build on their leadership and teamwork skills through team building activities at the same time hone their intercultural communication competence and business insights in order to live and be an entrepreneur in one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.

  2. Healthcare in Vietnam

    This program takes students on a journey through Vietnam’s history, culture and health care; from Hanoi, the 1000-year-old capital city to Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage and one of the world’s new seven natural wonders. The key component is all the visits to local and international health organizations to learn about Vietnam’s health care system as a whole, its development and the challenges posed due to rapid economic development.

  3. Traditional Vietnamese Textitles

    Vietnam is home to 54 distinct ethnic groups making it one of the most ethnically diverse countries in South-East Asia. Most of these groups have their own language, ways of life, and long traditions that have been passed down through generations, including the clothes they wear and how to make them. Anyone passionate about textiles and ethnology is highly encouraged to participate in this program.

  4. Rising Sea & The Mekong Delta

    Climate change has been the world’s most pressing issue in recent years, and Vietnam is among the ten most vulnerable nations to its impacts according to many international reports.  The Mekong Delta is the country’s largest area of rice, fruits and fishery production. It’s also the area which has been affected the most by sea-level rise, making life a lot harder for the people and threatening the region’s stability.  This faculty-led program is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of what impacts climate change has brought to the region and how resilient and innovative local people are to deal with them to protect their own and future generations’ livelihood.

  5. Global Engagement: Preserving traditional handicraft villages

    Vietnam has long been known for its various traditional handicraft products, many of which are handmade at thousand-year-old villages across the country, however, those villages have also been threatened to vanish due to urbanization and globalization. Thanks to the efforts of the national and local governments to preserve cultural heritage associated with traditional villages, maintain the local workforce and increase their income to reduce the burden on big cities, some villages have been able to survive and are now more developed in terms of product quality and economic growth. Yet there are challenges of sustainable development for them to resolve such as education, environment, and international trade. 

  6. Doing business in Thailand & Vietnam

    This month-long program allows students the opportunity to learn in-depth about Thai and Vietnamese cultures, their ways of life and most importantly what’s like to do business in two of the world’s hottest destinations in recent years.

  7. Food & Tourism Industry in Vietnam

    This unique 10-day program will give your students an opportunity to learn the secrets behind the famous Vietnamese cuisine, understand tourism as an element of Vietnam's economy and what it's like to do business in Vietnam

  8. Electrical Engineering: Automation and the future of work in Southeast Asia

    Have you ever wanted to travel to Southeast Asia? Have you ever been interested in taking your students to the region's fastest-growing economies to learn about the latest technologies they are using? Now you have a chance to combine the two in this customized faculty-led program to Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Vietnam and Singapore brought to you by ABROADER. 

  9. International Trade between Vietnam and the US

    Vietnam has been considered one of the largest beneficiaries in the US-China trade war as companies shift their production out of China to avoid tariffs. A business faculty-led program focusing on International Trade is a good way for your students to learn about the culture, how people do business as well as the key drives behind the impressive economic growth of one of Asia's new tigers.

The girl did the internship is still young and inexperienced, but she learned very fast. She took time to reflect on herself and managed to stay calm during crisis. We learned a lot about how to strengthen the program and help the students have a better experience. We also learned how to deal with cultural differences, as well as manage expectations. We got the chance to exchange different points of views and different working protocols.

TAN TAO UNIVERSITY

Neurology Research Internship ,Host Organization of Karen Miceli (UNC, Chapel Hill)