We have some exciting news to share with you! This week we have launched five new internships based in Vietnam
If you’re studying healthcare or medicine, we have an interesting Occupational Therapy Internship in a rehabilitation hospital where you will work with local staff to help support patients. The knowledge you have already gained through your studies will be put into practise on this incredible internship.
If you are studying in the field of agriculture, climate change or anything to do with the environment then our new Climate Change Internship might be a great opportunity for you. This internship will help you to learn about the way local challenges relating to climate change are being approached. You will also be able to understand how your actions at home can impact climate change in destinations around the world.
Spend time exploring the fascinating Vietnamese countryside with our Agriculture Internship. You will be able to gain hands on experience that supports your studies and apply the knowledge you have gained in the classroom in practical experiences. This internship will help you to develop report writing skills and the ability to collect and analyse data.
If you are studying social work, why not volunteer on our new Social Work Internship? Working with local NGO’s, you will help to promote human rights. There are two organisations you will be able to work with: one focuses on issues linked to poverty whilst the other targets the rights of women and children who have been victims of abuse. You will be able to share your knowledge and skills with the locals who are already working on these issues. What a great way to kick-start your professional career!
Alternatively, you could work with experts in the field of renewable energy on our Water Pollution and Environmental Engineering Internship. This is a great opportunity to help contribute to the improvement and rehabilitation of polluted environments in Vietnam. You will gain hands on experience, through participating in consultations, testing, implementation or research, which will no doubt support your environmental or chemical engineering studies.