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Here's a perfect example of serendipity. I noticed that someone had visited my blog from this referrer: Motivations for Studying Abroad and Immigration Intentions The Case of Vietnamese Students, Journal of International Students. Why? Because the author cited this 2018 blog post: Viet Nam Ranks 5th in International Enrollment in 3 Countries. It was written by … Continue reading Motivations for Studying Abroad and Immigration Intentions: The Case of Vietnamese Students
I received a number of comments in response to my recent article entitled A “Patriotic” Education Study Abroad Program in Viet Nam: God Bless America, Right or Wrong!, mostly from US veterans of the war in Viet Nam, or "Vietnam-era" veterans. One who falls into the latter category decided to take it one step further … Continue reading The College of the Ozarks Patriotic Education Travel Program to Viet Nam: A Vietnam-Era Veteran Responds
This is an essay I felt compelled to write about a US American study abroad program to Viet Nam that reinforces and indeed celebrates US nationalism. It is a textbook example of how not to structure such a program. The country of Viet Nam is but a sideshow, a prop that enables students and veterans to … Continue reading A “Patriotic” Education Study Abroad Program in Viet Nam: God Bless America, Right or Wrong!
Below is a guest post by Joe Crook, a senior at Brandeis University who spent the spring 2014 semester in Vietnam. He also worked for part of the summer in Hanoi. Joe was a member of a select group; there were only 683 US students in Vietnam during 2012/13, the last year for which statistics … Continue reading Looking Back & Ahead: My Six Months in Vietnam (Guest Post)
I recently had the opportunity to meet with a group of University of Houston (UH) undergraduates who were in Vietnam on a two-week study tour. My task was to speak to them about the work of my company, Capstone Vietnam, and what it's like running a small business in Vietnam. I mentioned some of the challenges facing all employers in … Continue reading Visit With University of Houston Students
By Elaine Hirsch, Guest Blogger Vietnam offers a multitude of experiences for U.S. students who want to go off the beaten path. Most programs range from a few weeks to a semester and involve a variety of fields of academic study. US students who choose Vietnam as a study abroad destination are members of a rather exclusive … Continue reading Study Abroad Opportunities in Vietnam for US Students