Student Exchange Vietnam
Student Exchange Vietnam Programs
Are you taking up medicine or nursing and looking for an internship? Travel to Vietnam where you will conduct practical fieldwork and gain professional experience in your...
Gain a head start on your career overseas by taking advantage of our thorough, quality internship services at costs you can easily afford. SE Vietnam tailors our solutions...
Are you looking for engineering internship opportunities abroad? Let SE Vietnam help. We guarantee quality, affordable, and thorough services catered to your needs. Positions...
This overseas study program provides you with a once in a lifetime learning experience in Vietnam - South East Asia, one of the world’s most dynamic region with tremendous...
Are you looking for agriculture internship opportunities abroad? Let SE Vietnam help. We guarantee quality, affordable, and thorough services catered to your needs. From...
Are you taking up teaching and looking for an internship? Travel to Vietnam where you will conduct practical fieldwork and gain professional experience in your field of study....
Student Exchange Vietnam Reviews
Submitted by DmitPuch - FH Campus Wien | December 21, 2017
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 SE Vietnam supporting me with adjusting to the lifestyle here, and have already recommended it to colleagues from home.
Intern in Vietnam
Submitted by trinehansen - Copenhagen Business School | November 14, 2017
All in all a great experience that I would not have gone without. One of the best experiences I have had. However, there was a big part of the different tasks I could not be involved in because of the language barrier.
My nursing skills have been improved a lot!
Submitted by Sarah Heard - - | October 31, 2017
Thanks to SE Vietnam, my nursing internship at the Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Hospital is a treasure experience that I will never forget. I was also able to use my skills as a nurse, from helping nurses with drug rounds, administering medications, injections and intravenous injections infusions, wound care and management of wounds. The techniques used are very similar to clinical skills I was taught in England, but there will always differences when apply what I learned in school to the real world, so I really appreciate this opportunity which really helps me practice and improve my nursing skills.
A career jumpstart with an internship in Vietnam
Submitted by Maarten van Balen - University of Edinburgh | October 31, 2017
Coming to this internship in Vietnam, I wanted both to explore a culture completely different from my own and gain a head start into my career as an environmental engineer and I was not disappointed. I felt that even when I am not here for a long enough period of time to do something of great importance, I contributed to the host organization with my research into potential donors and other youth initiatives in climate change adaptation. Being one of the more fluent speakers of English, I was also given the task to check and edit the Municipal Waste Recycling Program materials for the organization and I was able to complete the task within a relatively short time because the deadline was shortly after I joined as an intern. in Vietnam and my particular help with the MWRP (checking English) was of great importance to them as the deadline approached. They have given me feedback and said that some of my research into potential donors and other youth initiatives in climate change adaptation has been of use to them too. Overall, I have been able to experience a lot of different elements of the company’s culture, helping different people and learning new things about not only the company but also working in general. The experience I had in Vietnam will definitely an asset for me to start my career as an environmental engineer.
My study program in Vietnam
Submitted by Daniel Burgin - University of Newcastle | October 16, 2017
The experience of studying abroad in Vietnam certainly was not easy for me but I have no doubt that it was tremendouly valuable. At first, I actually had a lot of culture shocks, due to language barrier, sometimes it was hard to communicate with Vietnamese people. However, they were very kind and took well care of me especially my classmates and program coordinator.
Classroom equipment is fully supplied with a good condition. However, the schedule is quite busy and I have to try my best to find my own time to study. Some industry visits were excellent but some irrelevant to the course.
Overall I think it is an experience everyone should undertake during their time in university.