High-Quality Students of Intake 44 Take Field Trip to Da Nang
From April 6th to 8th, the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam (DAV) organized a field trip to Da Nang for more than 100 students from high-quality classes of Intake 44.
Taking a field trip is an annual activity of the DAV in order to serve the Academy’s education and training, which helps students to equip themselves with practical knowledge and skills related to their majors.
With the guidance and connection from DAV staff and lecturers, the students enjoyed an opportunity to exchange talks with those from the School of Economics - University of Da Nang, and visited the headquarters of Vietnam Television, VTV8 for the Central regions and the Central Highlands. The trip not only tied students, but also creates favorable conditions for them to understand more about the organizational structures of agencies and headquarters, and thereby cultivating their own experience.
During the trip, DAV students had an opportunity to visit some of Da Nang and Quang Nam’s famous tourist attractions, namely Linh Ung Pagoda, Son Tra Peninsula, Stone Village, My Khe Beach, and Hoi An Ancient town, etc. The trip allowed students to learn more and understand the landscapes, cultures, and people of Da Nang, thereby enriching their personal knowledge.
Such extra-curricular program was a great success. This is a useful opportunity for students to learn and acquire practical knowledge and experience related to their fields of study before their graduation as well as for their future preparation. Hopefully, this will be a spiritual launch pad for DAV high-quality graduates.
In the coming time, the DAV will continue to promote reality programs, to contribute to training generations of students to be comprehensively equipped with knowledge and skills, and enhancing more opportunities in the labor market.