Looking to experience international development in action? On top of engaging electives and Vietnamese language classes, CET Vietnam gives you the chance to roll up your sleeves and dive in with a customizable curriculum. Interested in research? W...
yes! It was the best experience of my college, of my life! As a Vietnamese American, it allowed me to learn a part of who i am and where I am from. It helped me to be more independent and gave me the confident in adjusting to a different place.
- The University of Texas at Austin
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I learned a lot about myself going abroad. Some anxiety's and fears that I had before about being around huge groups of people that I don't know, or presenting in front of a room full of people while knowing them or not knowing them definitely have substantially subsided.
My experience abroad also revealed how cultures can ver...
- Marymount University
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Looking to experience international development in action? On top of engaging electives and Vietnamese language classes, CET Vietnam gives you the chance to roll up your sleeves and dive in with a customizable curriculum. Interested in research? Want to intern at a local non-profit? You get to decide. Multidisciplinary courses, taught in English, provide background knowledge for hands-on experiences, and challenge you to look for broader applications of the theories you learn. You'll also live with a Vietnamese roommate to bring cultural immersion into your home life, too. No matter your choice of curriculum, your classes get you out the door and learning in the city and Vietnam—you'll even have a 9-day Traveling Seminar to bring development themes to life. All CET Vietnam programs are open to students of all majors and language levels, including heritage learners. Highlights
Development studies in the bustling Ho Chi Minh City
Customizable Vietnamese language instruction
Internship or guided research opportunities
Out-of-classroom learning & assignments
Traveling Seminar to North & Central Vietnam and an excursion to the Mekong Delta
Relevant Study Subject(s):
Liberal Arts, General Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies