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What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Meals SIM cards Transportation Travel Insurance Visa Wifi
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Jun 02, 2022
Jul 11, 2022
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About Program

Vietnam has been one of the countries with the fastest-growing economies in the world in recent years, and it’s not hard to see why. The country has recently seen a boom in foreign investment and trade, which has resulted in more job opportunities, especially in the city of Ho Chi Minh (known also as Saigon). An internship abroad in Vietnam will change your life. You’ll visit the famous places of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, meet people from all over the world.......

*A Cultural Experience - Live in a country where everything is new, take part in their culture, learn a new language, experience their cuisine, see sights that will blow your mind.
*Customizable Placement - Choose between a wide range of different programs depending on what you're looking for - Chinese language courses, internships at tech startups, or fashion companies
*Networking Opportunities - Be surrounded by like-minded people from all over the world who will become friends.

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Program Highlights

  • Visa Support - We provide a range of services designed to make it easy to intern abroad.
  • Accommodations - We offer daily hotel stays or weekly shared apartments at discounted rates.
  • Financial Aid - Whether it's a personal loan or bank financing, we'll work out a plan to suit your needs.
  • Business Mentoring - Get tailored mentoring on a vast array of skills from our global network. Training is customized based on your interest and we guarantee there'll be something of interest!
  • University Credit - Never worry about getting credit for school again! We'll work out everything so you can focus on working on a good time.

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My Summer Internship in Vietnam: A Real Estate Success Story

My name is Maria and I’m 24 years old. This past semester, I decided to take part in the Go abroad China Vietnam Internship Program, I’d been wanting to live abroad for quite some time and after talking it over with my family, I booked my ticket to Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon) and prepared myself for the best experience of my life.

The goabroadchina team player communicate with me so much and, the most common questions I was asked were about my personal development, including what I saw myself doing after college. The interviewer wanted to make sure that studying abroad would not be a distraction from my studies and future goals, but an experience that will help me grow as a person. He also asked me questions about Vietnam, and why I thought it would be beneficial for me to intern there. Having never been there before, I had to do some research about living conditions in Ho Chi Minh City so that I could provide specific details about what you can find on campus and around town.

The most memorable moments for me were my interactions with people. I had to make a lot of small talk and get along with people I might not normally interact with. The goal was to be friendly and make connections that could help me throughout my internship, but it wasn’t always easy. It forced me to open up and get out of my comfort zone which was definitely an important personal development experience.

  • Robert
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What it’s like interning in Vietnam

Working abroad is one of those things that you have to do at least once in your life. I’m so glad I did it, and I learned more about myself, my country, and how other cultures operate than I ever thought possible. As an intern living in Vietnam for a summer, I had many opportunities to learn about different aspects of Vietnam culture, including some things that often go overlooked by short-term visitors.

First and foremost, I worked on my project. hanging out with friends and networking with various professionals to make business connections. Vietnam is one of those countries where it’s easy to get lost in your work, so I made sure that each day there was a little something fun scheduled as well as some time allotted for relaxation.

  • Robert
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