Students from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business in the US are in Vietnam this week as part of the university's international field experience program for MBA students.
This is the eighth consecutive year Vietnam has been selected from amongst many other countries as a location for Georgetown MBA students' international field projects.
Students and academics are meeting with their counterparts in RMIT International University Vietnam's MBA program, with a highlight being an address by RMIT Vietnam President Professor James Barber.
Georgetown academics this week praised RMIT's participation in their international MBA study program.
"Our students truly appreciate the opportunity to meet MBA students in Vietnam and exchange ideas," Professor Thomas Cook said today.
The MBA and Executive MBA programs at RMIT Vietnam are designed to provide up-to-date and globally relevant business education tailored to emerging Vietnamese and regional business needs.
"RMIT Vietnam regularly hosts visiting MBA students from many countries around the world, including Australia, Canada, South Africa, South Korea and the United States," Professor Barber said.
"These visits add to the international flavour of our MBA programs."
Further media information:
Ms Tran Huynh Nha Tran, Communications Coordinator, RMIT International University Vietnam – phone: (84.8) 3776 1345, email: firstname.lastname@example.org