Quality learning experiences are important to cultivating balanced, well-rounded, holistically competent graduates. Students of Management and Science University (MSU) recently flew to Hanoi, Vietnam on the MSU Global Leadership Programme (GLP).

 

 

With a steady influx of foreign investments, Vietnam is nurturing a growing middle-class consumer demand. And Hanoi, peopled by a multi-cultural community whose melting of Chinese, French, and Russian influences filter into its cuisine, nightlife, and handicraft, provided the perfect backdrop to the students of tourism and hospitality.

 

The Hanoi GLP itinerary included a visit to the French colonial city’s open university, where the MSurians put up a cultural performance for the campus citizens. Their ensuing intercultural exchange provided a valuable lesson on the importance of a unifying medium of communication to create a more comfortable, interactable learning environment.

 

 

MSU Diploma in Translation and Interpreting

 

Local history was revisited with an excursion through heritage buildings, and folklore reanimated at the Thang Long Theatre water puppet show.

 

 

MSU Bachelor in Games Design and Animation (Honours)

 

Complementing the MSU GLP’s student development initiative, further enhancing their soft skills, was community engagement and volunteering. Armed with books and colouring kits, the MSUrians took to an orphanage for daylong activities with its young residents.

 

 

MSU Foundation in Visual Arts

MSU Diploma in Early Childhood Education

MSU Bachelor in Event Management (Honours)

 

 

Staying true to their discipline, the students also checked out Hanoi’s tourist hotspots such as Ha Long Bay, Tuan Chau Island, and D’lion Halal Restaurant before bidding farewell to Vietnam.

 

 

MSU Master in International Hospitality and Tourism Management

MSU Bachelor in Hospitality and Tourism Management (Honours)

MSU Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management

 

 



Quality learning experiences are important to cultivating balanced, well-rounded, holistically competent graduates. Students of Management and Science University (MSU) recently flew to Hanoi, Vietnam on the MSU Global Leadership Programme (GLP).

 

 

With a steady influx of foreign investments, Vietnam is nurturing a growing middle-class consumer demand. And Hanoi, peopled by a multi-cultural community whose melting of Chinese, French, and Russian influences filter into its cuisine, nightlife, and handicraft, provided the perfect backdrop to the students of tourism and hospitality.

 

The Hanoi GLP itinerary included a visit to the French colonial city’s open university, where the MSurians put up a cultural performance for the campus citizens. Their ensuing intercultural exchange provided a valuable lesson on the importance of a unifying medium of communication to create a more comfortable, interactable learning environment.

 

 

MSU Diploma in Translation and Interpreting

 

Local history was revisited with an excursion through heritage buildings, and folklore reanimated at the Thang Long Theatre water puppet show.

 

 

MSU Bachelor in Games Design and Animation (Honours)

 

Complementing the MSU GLP’s student development initiative, further enhancing their soft skills, was community engagement and volunteering. Armed with books and colouring kits, the MSUrians took to an orphanage for daylong activities with its young residents.

 

 

MSU Foundation in Visual Arts

MSU Diploma in Early Childhood Education

MSU Bachelor in Event Management (Honours)

 

 

Staying true to their discipline, the students also checked out Hanoi’s tourist hotspots such as Ha Long Bay, Tuan Chau Island, and D’lion Halal Restaurant before bidding farewell to Vietnam.

 

 

MSU Master in International Hospitality and Tourism Management

MSU Bachelor in Hospitality and Tourism Management (Honours)

MSU Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management