Besides programs for university students, we also provide customized exchange programs in Vietnam for primary, secondary and high school students. Going to Vietnam even just for a few days will be an ideal opportunity for your students to experience how life in a developing country is, helping them appreciate what they are having back home as well as to gain some interesting ideas to make better changes to their home communities and societies in the future.
Please refer to this link for further information on how we often work with partner institutions around the world to bring their students to Vietnam in group programs. The process almost remains the same even though the programs are for university students.
Below you will find a list of our upcoming programs for different groups of K-12 students from Japan and other countries in 2016. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or +84 6294 3322 if you would like us to customize a program for your students or to explore potential opportunities for us to work together in the future.
A. Social entrepreneurship in Vietnam – Program No.1
B. Social entrepreneurship in Vietnam – Program No. 2
I am satisfied with everything that SE Vietnam arranged for me & would definitely recommend this program to my friends/colleagues that are interested in doing internship abroad.
I would highly recommend this internship with SE Vietnam for my friends or anyone who is interested in doing an IT Internship in Vietnam.
It is a lot more than just an internship. I won’t be writing how beautiful this country is, how friendly people are and how good the food is, you will just have to come here and find out by yourself.
Take every opportunity that arises – teaching language after work, meals with companies, travel as much as possible…these really made the experience much better.
I can describe my internship in Vietnam in two words: diverse and interesting. Big thanks to SE Vietnam all their helps and supports, I really appreciated!
Great internship here in Vietnam. I recommend Westerners to go there at least once to see things differently. A bientôt Vietnam!