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Prominent joint projects

The Faculty always pays attention to cooperation with domestic and international partners, and develop these activities to support and promote the innovation and upgrading of its training and education quality. The projects include training activities (student and lecturer exchanges, the development of undergraduate and graduate programs, and field trips), research and international publication activities. Regarding training, the Faculty has participated in such projects as  DAAD “Sustainable Tourism” (2015-2017) with Greifswald University (Germany) to develop some programs at Master's level; the student exchange program with Guangxi University (China) (2015-2016); the annual short-term student exchange program with Rikkyo University (Japan); internship and career support programs for students such as the Summer Internship in RTC, and hotel professional training programs at 5-star hotels in Hanoi.

As for research, the Faculty has participated in co-holding the national conference "Mechanisms and policies for developing tourism in the Northwest" with the Vietnam Association of Folk Culture and Arts (2015); the publication of the book “Tourism and Monarchy in Southeast Asia” with Chiang Mai University (Thailand) and co-holding the international conference "Critical issues for sustainable development in Southeast Asia" with Greifswald University (Germany) and Hue University (November, 2018).

In 2016, the Faculty received 01 Japanese professor from Rikkyo University (Japan), who has supported its training and research activities.


Tourism-related international training institutions

  • Chiang Mai University (Thailand)

  • Rikkyo University (Japan)

  • Yamanashi Prefectural University (Japan)

  • Ritsumekan University (Japan)

  • Nagoya University (Japan)

  • Guangxi University (China)

  • Toulouse Le Mirial (France)

  • Greifswald University (Germany)

  • Tourism School, Munich Applied Technology University (Germany).

  • Kent University (United Kingdom)

  • Leeds Metropolitan University (United Kingdom).

Domestic tourism associations, organizations and businesses

  • Vietnam National Administration Tourism

  • Institute for Tourism Research and Development

  • Vietnam Tourism Association

  • Responsible Tourism Club

  • Hanoi Tourism

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