This  HEG MBA Module 5 covers common humanities disciplines such as Literature, linguistics, history, performing arts, and philosophy applied to Vietnam Hoc as a discipline of study.

Similarly to other disciplines of studies, Vietnam Hoc Studies has a unique academic purpose, and imparts a specific worldview on the Vietnamese culture and ethos.

The Vietnam Hoc library collection offers a series of articles written by Vietnamese and international Vietnamologists on topics related to Vietnamese culture and applied ethics in the context of globalisation.

An index of these Authors is available for reference under Vietnamhoc.net Index. (to add link)

 

 

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CAS.ART.002 Introduction to Vietnamese Contemporary History

This course discusses Vietnamese contemporary history issues based on a series of audiovisual material on YouTube that help students to understand historical events linked to the development of today's Vietnam in the context of globalisation.

CAS.ART.003 Introduction to Vietnam Hoc Study Programme

The course "Introduction to Vietnam Hoc" as a discipline of academic studies is initiated by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Manh Hung, Historian and Vietnamologist. Researchers or Institutions who are interested in any form of collaboration in academic research or training programmes are welcome to join.

Contact person: Dr Anh Tho Andres, Vice-President Operations, based in Geneva.

Email: vhi.office@sbi-training.com

WhatsApp: +41 76 571 69 94

CAS.ART.004 Cultures and Ethics in Context

Cultures and Ethics in the Vietnamese Context is a research project initiated by Assoc. Prof. Historian Dr. Nguyen Manh Hung, Director of Vietnam Hoc Institute. Researchers or Institutions who are interested in any form of collaboration in academic research or training programmes are welcome to join.

CAS.ART.005 Success Learning Strategies for Students

Course Summary

The course CAS.ART.005 provides academic assessment strategies using one's cognitive critical thinking skills, preferred learning style, and study skills that contribute to lifelong learning.

Students will be asked to actively participate and engage in exercises that build on your confidence, self-esteem, and sense of empowerment.

Guest students can have access to some parts of this course. For enrolment, kindly contact our Admission Director Dr. Anita Hoang, Email: contact@sbi-training.com.

Cheers,

Dr Anh Tho Andres, Director