University of Cincinnati: Exploring Vietnam, Hosted by the Asia Institute

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This 3 credit hour course, open to all majors, provides a comparative study of leadership from the perspective of culture and gender. Specifically, students will have the unique opportunity to learn about how leadership differs across cultures by ... read more

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This 3 credit hour course, open to all majors, provides a comparative study of leadership from the perspective of culture and gender. Specifically, students will have the unique opportunity to learn about how leadership differs across cultures by studying about, visiting, and working with community members from the Raglai community in Vietnam during a three-day aid expedition. There will be the opportunity to discuss leadership from a Western/American perspective while speaking with Vietnamese students at the American Center in Ho Chi Minh City. While in Ho Chi Minh City, students will visit a number of historical sites, including the Reunification Palace and the War Museum, and learn how events including the Vietnam War have shaped the culture, traditions, and politics of contemporary Vietnam. The trip will end with a day-trip to the Mekong Delta, where students will travel via boat to the remote islands along the Delta to see first hand how communities leverage the natural resources of the area to survive.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Spring Break
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