Faculty-led study tour programs BANKING & FINANCE

BANKING – VIETNAM

Overview

The Vietnam Banking & Finance study tour provides students an opportunity to undertake a broad study of the financial environment within Vietnam. Students will have the opportunity to engage with universities and academics, industry company visits, government agencies and visiting unique cultural attractions.

Recommended List of Companies to Visit

1

Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange

It is the largest stock exchange in Vietnam.

2

Metlife

Is a financial, life insurance company that operates in emerging markets.

3

Vietcombank

One of Vietnam’s four largest state-run commercial banks.

4

Vina Capital

One of Vietnam’s leading investment management firm.

5

IDG Ventures

Is the first technology venture capital fund in Vietnam.

6

Deloitte

The company provides audit, consulting and tax services.

7

Citibank Vietnam

Offers banking services and global transaction services.

8

Baker and McKenzie

Operates as a law firm involved in finance, mergers and acquisitions.

9

Prudential Vietnam

Provides financial and life insurance services.

RECOMMENDED HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTIONS TO EXCHANGE

Vietnam National University | Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology
University of Economics |
Foreign Trade University | National Economics University

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Destination Highlights

Water puppet show and Saigon River Cruise

Enjoy an unforgettable evening out in Ho Chi Minh. Experience a traditional Vietnamese Water Puppet show, admire the city by night on a cyclo ride, then set sail along the Saigon River for a scenic dinner cruise aboard a Dragon Boat.

Calligraphy and Coffee Trail

Street Eats’ Calligraphy and Coffee Trail will delight lovers of language and the written word. Encounter the traditional art of calligraphy, taught by one of the country’s best calligraphy masters. This experience takes you right into a local home, where you’ll take part in a simple tea ceremony and learn the origins of Vietnamese calligraphy before trying your hand at basic brush strokes.

The building soars to a height of 262 meters and is meant to have been designed to resemble a lotus bulb. On the 48th floor, you will find the Saigon Skydeck and you can come here around sunset to take in the stunning vistas over the city. There is also a rooftop bar if you want to relax with a drink as you take in the scenery below you.

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