Career services, Co-curricular and Experiential learning
In addition to engaging coursework, you’ll enhance your learning through relevant experiential learning opportunities. Participating in student organizations, internships, bootcamps and service learning opportunities will all improve engagement in your interest areas.
These experiences will equip you to handle the demands of your chosen career and provide an outlet to apply your learning in real-time settings, strengthening your engagement in the classroom with classmates and faculty alike.
Career Services: Your future begins here
From day one, Fulbright will support students to explore exciting career pathways and build the skills to excel in any professional setting.
Students will work with career development coaches to help understand opportunities and demands within areas of interest. Professional development workshops will build savvy students ready to network, interview and excel in the workplace.
Career panels, site visits and mentoring from local professionals will all expand students’ skills and future opportunities.Career services
Expand your horizons with our student exchange programs
Fulbright is continually strengthening its relationships with partner institutions, offering students global opportunities through dynamic study abroad programs. From Singapore to the U.S., you’ll have a chance to embark on a life-changing experience and spend a semester at one of our partnered universities, immersing yourself in a new culture, building greater independence and broadening your worldview.
Initiatives: Tackle Vietnam’s greatest challenges, today
At Fulbright, we offer you impactful learning opportunities, practical know-hows, and insightful guidance on entrepreneurship and innovation, so that you’re empowered to go after Vietnam and the region’s toughest challenges.
Service Learning: Shape your community for a better world
Fulbright’s program is community oriented at its core and we want you to connect with the city you live in, the places you call home and the people that need your support.
Through courses, student organizations and independent projects, you’ll work with community organizations on service projects throughout the academic year and summer.
For instance, our Bridge students support projects with seven different partner organizations on issues ranging from youth empowerment to LGBTQ equality.
Through opportunities like these, Fulbright cultivates action-oriented and ethically-minded graduates.
Conferences & Seminars: Learn from the world’s greatest thinkers
As a center for intellectual debate and discourse, Fulbright offers its students access to some of the globe’s leading minds across numerous fields.
Our academic team hosts lectures and discussions multiple times per month; recent speakers include renowned Harvard professor Dr. Michael Puett discussing Chinese ethics to Silicon Valley’s Christopher Nguyen discussing the moral questions within emerging technologies.
Fulbright students will also participate in academic and professional conferences. In April, Fulbright held its first academic conference focused on liberal arts education in Asia and a team of students worked with faculty to run the conference.
Teams of students also receive university support to participate in conferences, including a group who joined Professor Jill Sirikantraporn to present research at a psychology conference in Hanoi.