The joint training programs: Vietnamese studies – Tourism and Tourism management

The aim of this program is to offer undergraduate with qualifications for independence in the tourism industry, particularly, provides a well – trained tourism manager with good knowledge and background of hospitality management... It will equip students with specific knowledge and job-specific technical skills for the Hospitality & Tourism such as human resources, tour operation and marketing skills etc. 

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Social Work

Social work is the overarching goal of social change, getting the human relations problem solved, enhance power and increased the freedom of man to make their life more comfortable. Applying the theory of human behavior and social systems, social work intervene in the point of interaction between people and their environment. Human rights and just society are the first principles of the social work. Social work is a profession in the modern society, therefore, the labor market - employment of this sector is very large.

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Vietnamese studies (Tour –guide training)

Vietnamese Studies students will be provided with the fundamental and systematic knowledge and skills about the history, culture and society of Vietnam. We are preparing students the skills to success in the workplace, such as: the necessary skills to become a good tour – guide, the entrepreneurial spirit to develop and manage tourism businesses….

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Sociology

One advantage of the study sociology program of Ton Duc Thang University is that it exposes students to a broad spectrum of research skills, offering both a solid theoretical and methodological background, as well as hands-on research practice. A broad range of seminars and interactive lectures will give its students in-depth knowledge of classic problems in sociological inquiry, while encouraging them to develop critical, independent thinking.

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