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Programs Abroad

Programs Abroad

Vietnam has been considered as an Asia-Pacific nation with a “Pivot Position” due to its geo-strategic significance and distinctive cultures remaining until today. Exploring oneself in Vietnam professionally provides unparalleled opportunities to observe the nation’s ongoing economic liberalization and rapid development blended with traditional roots and a strong cultural heritage. Undeniably, it would add a big winning feature for the students’ profile as well as let them access to various opportunities of pursuing their own global careers in the promising Asia.

As the host organization providing International Education Programs and Internships in Vietnam in particular and Asia in general, ABROADER offers CUSTOMIZED study tours and internships, with VISA ON ARRIVAL, AFFORDABLE program fee, and full packaged services. Let us help build your global career from today! 

Internship Abroad

We offer a variety of internship opportunities with a wide range of fields which can be further tailored to suit your interests and expectations at major companies in Vietnam. Since establishment, we have been developing a network of companies and organizations in Vietnam with the commitment to host international students as official interns. Our network is well-diversified, in AgricultureBusiness & FinanceEducationEngineeringHospitalityLawMedical, etc, so as to offer various options to customize the internships for our students.



Study Abroad

As a developing nation in the dynamic Southeast Asia region, Vietnam has some of the best exclusive case studies for students in other countries to learn from, from small-scale & lower-tech agricultural production, an overload of healthcare system and ecological jeopardy, to cultural heritage preservation and business opportunities in tourism, hospitality, information technology, etc.

By joining hands with both local and international universities, education centers and research institutes in Vietnam including Vietnam National University – Hanoi, National Economics University, Foreign Trade University, Hue University, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Hanoi Medical University, University of Transport and Communication, Hanoi Architectural University, FPT University, Duy Tan University, Eastern International University, National Institute of Animal Science, Cham Islands Marine Protected Area, Apollo English, Cleverlearn Vietnam,  Tri Duc High School, Wellspring International Highschool, etc, we are committed to providing our students with 1st – a wide range of majors to study about, 2nd – incredible customization and 3rd – professional & academic contents upon request.

Additionally, “LOCAL INVOLVEMENT” is also a unique component of any programs that we design. International students will get the chance to learn from our locals, with our locals, and eventually will immerse themselves into our culture via homestaying with local families, exchange activities with local students and city exploration, landscape excursion, community services with our well-trained local buddies.

Service Learning

Besides abroad internship, ABROADER also offers international students with Service learning. Service learning is a unique combination of study abroad and community-based volunteer work where participants get to immerse yourself into the local community while developing professional and personal skills. 

So if you are community-driven, you can find more here.  

Let us help build your career today. 

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My Internship here was an incredible time. It was educational, stuffed to the brim with wonderful experiences, new friendships and so much more. I am glad to have had ABROADER Vietnam supporting me with adjusting to the lifestyle here, and have already recommended it to colleagues from home. I was impressed by how fast they were to help, and how far they went to help me fix things, if problems occured The only problem I ran into was during my internship, you can imagine the amount of people with adequate english was limited, especially those that were able to give me clear instructions on what to do. As a result, a measurable amount of time was spent observing and helping out with small scale procedures within the departements. This was not the case in all eight of them, so at times I was able to work just like back home, provide valuable assistance to the Nurses in the departement work as an integral part of the team. I believe the internship provided the patients, and the Nurses with a valuable experience. Besides the occasional english lesson for the nurses, being the caregiver to children should expand their cultural horizon. The individuals I worked with, on the other hand provided me with as much attention and chances to learn as possible. In the future, expanding their english knowledge can only improve relations to students. All in all, I am certain that anyone who will be working with them for an internship will see how hardworking they are in making the experience here in vietnam as flawless as possible.

DMITRIJ PUCHINGER

Nursing Internship ,FH Campus Wien

It was extremely helpful to have ABROADER when I arrived to Vietnam. I didn’t have to worry about how to get from the airport to the house or how to get a local sim card. Also ABROADER staff (Tung and Ngan) were periodically checking on me to make sure everything was ok. Mo and Claire were kind enough to arrange a city tour when I visited Saigon. However, the most important thing was that ABROADER Vietnam introduced me to Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation.

MARTIN DURAN

Social Work Internship ,Ecuador

The people at ABROADER helped me transition into moving to Hanoi and beginning my internship. They helped me find a homestay at this place called Bui Xuyen Viet Travel Coffee, which is a small coffee shop that is all about travel. I really love my home stay. The people are some of the kindest I have met in Vietnam and extremely helpful in helping me navigate through the city and experience a local perspective of life in Hanoi. As for my internship, the staff has been very supportive and encouraging. They have helped challenge me and encourage me at the same time to contribute in any way I can to the company. After only a few days there, I could tell that I would really like my co-workers. They are a young, energetic, and sarcastic bunch who truly care about the company. It definitely feels like a team at the office. I know that I can talk to them about any questions I may have, and they are patient in letting me learn along the way. The experience that I have so far at ABROADER has been helpful in get a better idea of what I want to pursue after I go back home to the U.S., and my experiences overall in Vietnam that were very much made possible by ABROADER are experiences that are invaluable and that I will cherish for a lifetime. Vietnam is a beautiful country, with its breathtaking nature and tropical beaches, there is no doubt about it. But what really makes Vietnam feel like home and a place that I have become fond of is the people, the friends that I have made along the journey.

NANCY VAZQUEZ

Marketing Intern ,University of California, San Diego, U.S.A

The three weeks that I spent in Vietnam gave me a unique insight and greater appreciation into the world around.

DANTE STANEKE

Engineering Faculty-Led Program ,University of Newcastle, Australia

There were definitely times during my internship that the cultural difference between Vietnam and Japan made my internship here challenging. However, I was able to be in a team of amazing people and I learnt to accept the difference of opinions within my team and be patient to avoid any conflict. For me, being in a harmonious team motivated me to be positive, work harder and be a more productive person in general.

REINA TAKAHASHI

Education Internship ,Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan

The service provided by ABROADER Vietnam is really good. Especially until I get used to living here, I asked support from ABROADER so much. Now I can manage my own life by myself thanks to them.

SOHEI CHIKAMA

IT Intern ,Chuo University, Japan

I did my internship in Chemizol/Culligan Water Vietnam under the supervision and guidance of Chris, who is a very nice person and always cares about me. I feel pretty satisfied with my internship journey as it increased my self confidence and my ability to cope with unfamiliar situations. It also further developed my interpersonal communication skills when working with co-colleagues. Besides that, my internship in Vietnam has expanded my curiosity of the world and at the same time gained a greater understanding of my home cultural identity. I wish I could have more time to go to different factories so that I could contact customers and analyze samples. Overall, my 6-week internship is so great!

Bin Zhou (Ryan)

Internship at Chemizol/Culligan Water Vietnam ,University of Queensland

At first, I was quite nervous about going somewhere overseas alone to do internship but it was definitely worth it. I not only got work experience but learnt about the culture in Vietnam which I would never had a chance to do if I hadn’t come. Overall, I think I had a really fun time and enjoyed the many different kind of activities.

ELENA TOKUKATSU

Marketing Intern ,Keio University, Japan

Before, I didn’t really like my personality as I was a timid girl and afraid to speak up for myself. I am also a perfectionist and would like to spend as much time for preparation as possible before I do something. However, the internship in Vietnam changed that for me. Through interacting with my students and fellow interns I opened up a lot and become more outgoing. In my work, after going through some troubles with cultural difference, I realize one thing for myself that is: Preparation is not always good and if you don’t prepare you are given the chance to do things more freely and more out of the box, so next time even if you’re asked to do something when you’re not prepared “Just Do It

NANA MIHARA

Education Internship ,Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan

Being in Vietnam is the best experience in my life so far!!! I cannot believe 6 weeks have actually gone by. I love my internship at Siten. People in the company are really helpful and understanding. They are like a family. Like when I was sick and asked for a morning off, they told me to stay at home for the afternoon so that I can truly feel better. My Thuan – my supervisor has taught me so much. He actually encouraged me to go explore Vietnam – so different from other leaders I know. He let me do what I want to do. The largest problem was the language barrier but we managed to communicate with each other quite well. They said I inspire them to learn English. So yeah, everything is pretty perfect. The best experience in my life so far! At Siten I worked on a project for learning English in which I helped develop the website and prototyped games. The staff also me HTML which I really enjoyed learning. Besides going to work, I spent all of my weekend travel to new places like Sapa, Hoian, Danang, Ha Long Bay. I met with so many nice people who are so friendly and they really want you to immerse into the culture. If there is one thing I feel that I have grown, it must be my ability to talk with people, to be more open towards anything. Before coming here I knew pretty much nothing about Vietnam. Still I managed to live here and was actually never lonely my whole time being in Vietnam. I am glad that I came here. I cannot believe I am gonna leave this place so soon. Thank you all so much!

ZAREEN FAZLEABAS

IT Internship ,Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A