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At VNUK, we hold a good reputation with our international exchange students, whether they work as an internship for 1 year, or study with us. Here’s what some of them have to say:

“Vietnam is a country that is amongst the most beautiful in the world, both visually and culturally. Da Nang is a rapidly developing city; both a relaxed and peaceful destination, yet a livewire in the business and start-up community. The potential is exciting.

As a marketing intern in a newly established organization, I have to adapt and this opens gaps for ideas and pro-activeness. I help to develop VNUK’s brand image and plan and create promotional materials, organize and host events.”

Sunjay Kohli, Marketing Intern, Exchange Student, 2016

“Da Nang is a little hub growing of excitement and opportunities. There is always something to do and so many beautiful sites to see.

At VNUK, I have been given a wealth of responsibility, where I can be creating and managing social media campaigns, to creating visuals online, to website development and organizing events. There is always something new to get involved in with this fast developing organization.”

Cheyenne Chauhan, Marketing Intern, Exchange Student, 2017

“I love everything about Da Nang, the mountains, the sea and the people. Da Nang is beautiful, it feels like home and there’s no place I’d rather be. Coming to VNUK everyday is a joy, the atmosphere here makes you feel motivated and willing to learn and achieve the best you can. The staff and the students are extremely kind and welcoming and I’m so glad that I’ve had the chance to live in Da Nang and be a part of VNUK.”
Simran Breyal, IELTS Instructor, Exchange Student, 2017

“Vietnam and Danang city is way beyond my expectations! It’s a great city with numerous beautiful places to see and things to do. Danang is sorrounded by fabulous nature like Monkey Mountain, Marble Mountains, Bana Hills and the beach is also amazing.

Starting from my first day at VNUK both the students and teachers have been really welcoming. The lectures are really interactive and engaging preparing students for the real challenges of the business world. I couldn’t have chosen a better place for my exchange.”

Marton Gere, IBM student from Obuda University, Hungary

“I have thoroughly enjoyed working as a Marketing Executive at VNUK, as I have been given lots of responsibility, providing me with the experience I need to equip me for my future career. everyone is so friendly and helpful at VNUK, and there is a real tight-knit community feel! I feel lucky to have been given the opportunity to live and work in such a beautiful city as Da Nang!”

Rebecca Ng, Marketing Intern (2018) from Aston University

“Da Nang is a quick-developing international hub with so much to experience and observe. The streets are constantly bustling with people and activities, which makes the development of this city so exciting to witness firsthand.
My time at VNUK has been everything I had imagined and more. It is so refreshing to work with such dedicated students who are so focused on their studies and want to achieve their best. I also work with a group of fantastic colleagues who made settling into a new environment so easy.
There is no other place I would want to spend my internship than in VNUK, Da Nang. ”

Sophie Machin, Aston University English Teaching Assistant

“My name is Harsányi Rafael, Technical manager student in Óbudai University. I am from Budapest, Hungary. I hearded good thinks about this exchange possibility and I was really curious about the local culture and the life in Asia. I wanted to learn in English too and this was a good possibility for me.
Until now I am satisfied what is going on here. I have some super nice friends from VNUK who are helping me in everything. ❤️”

Harsányi Rafael, student from Óbudai University

“I am having a meaningful time at VNUK. The most surprising thing is that there are few students in the class. Thanks to that, we can easily communicate with each other and exchange many ideas effectively. I am also amazed at how close the students are in VNUK. They take the same class, have great relationships and respect one another regardless of their social status and gender.
Especially, when I joined the class for the first time at VNUK, many students took their time to speak with me, teach me some Vietnamese and take me to a lot of famous places in Danang. Between us, I feel greatly respected and the feelings are mutual.”

Ryoto Ishizuka, student from Kyoto University

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