CAREER PROSPECT

By 2018, there will be 101 countries that can speak English worldwide, of which more than 50 countries use English as the official language. According to estimates by the British Council, by 2020 there will be 2 billion people in the world using English, accounting for a quarter of the global population. In Vietnam in particular, there are now more than 1,000 foreign companies which have set up representative offices. The more popular English becomes,  the more career opportunities the people with proficient English will have.

 

English language appears in almost all fields of politics, economy, life, finance - banking ... Domestic enterprises now consider English language as a priority when recruiting. At the same time, the trend of globalization opens up more connected job positions between offices located in different countries.

 

Studying in the English Language opens up opportunities to work in many countries, but in order to integrate into the international environment, there is also a need for knowledge of history, culture, society and people. Living conditions will change often, and English language learners also need  to have self-study, flexible and adaptive skills.

 

At FPT University, in addition to English academic skills and socio-cultural knowledge, English Language students also have the opportunity to develop individually through domestic and foreign experience activities. on-the-job internship (On the Job Trainning) for 6 months from the beginning of the third year in English-speaking countries such as Thailand, England or Australia. Completing the training period of 3 years of study, English Language graduates are fully capable of working in an international environment.

 

LEARN THIS MAJOR - WHAT JOB TO DO?

  • English translator and interpreter

  • International journalist.

  • IT projects at global companies manager, Bridge engineers.

  • Coordinator, specialist working in the fields of finance, diplomacy, import and export.

  • Secretary, foreign assistant in companies, economic groups, foreign ministry, consulates ...

WHY MORE THAN 20,000 STUDENTS HAVE CHOSEN FPT UNIVERSITY?

100%Students welcomed by employers
100%Students take courses in English
100%Students take at least one semester abroad and have international experiences
10%Alumni work abroad
9.8%Alumni become leaders and managers
5%Students start their own businesses

TRAINING SCHEDULE

stage 04

Narrow major & Graduation project

(3 semesters)

STAGE 03

On the job training

(4 - 8 months)

STAGE 02

Foundation knowledge

(5 semesters)

STAGE 01

Foundation and integration

(6 months - 1 years)

3 - 4 years3 semesters/ year

DIFFERENT TRAINING

  • The English language training program of FPT University is built on the basis of the University of Melbourne (Australia) program.
  • Right from the first year, students have 1 semester to study English abroad.
  • Students have 1-2 semesters of majors at the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, Philippines or Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.
  • Students choose in depth according to their abilities and interests: Business English and Information Technology English.
  • In the 3rd year, students are allowed to work for 4 - 8 months in domestic and foreign businesses at the On-Job Training semester.
  • In addition to specialized knowledge, English Language students also cultivate soft skills, communication skills, life skills, negotiation, time management, financial management ... through fish development activities. multiply.

TRAINING PROGRAM

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PREPARATION PHASE
  • Orientation + military semester
  • Effective University learning method
  • Vovinam
  • 01-05 Level
  • English Semester English abroad
  • Students have an effective method of university study.
  • Students achieve English proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 80.
  • Students study entirely in English, communicate fluently with lecturers and international students.
Semester 1
  • Academic Skills for University Success
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Academic Writing 1
  • Critical Reading 1
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Students are equiped for full participation and engagement with studies by building awareness and understanding of the core values and expectations of academic culture.
  • Students learn about different aspects of pronunciation in English for practical uses including letters and sounds, combining sounds, word stress, stress patterns, intonation, speed, tone, accents and phonemic symbols.
  • Students can write assignments in academic English.
Semester 2
  • Advanced English Grammar
  • Critical Reading 2
  • Academic Writing 2
  • Cultural Backgrounds of Native English-Speaking Countries
  • Communication and In-Group Working Skills
  • This course build upon students’ grammatical command of English structures in order to enhance their written and spoken performances in academic settings.
  • Developing comprehension and vocabulary skills of students, while forming a reasoned assessment of the effectiveness and validity of a text.
  • Students read and analyze a broad selection of academic texts and develop knowledge of research, critical thinking, academic style, and vocabulary usage in carefully designed tasks.
  • This course is a primary starting point for students and professionals to begin their explorations of American culture.
  • Students have knowledge of classic and current theories of group communication that focus on "how groups work" and include practical information on group communication strategies and skills that emphasize "how to work in groups".
Semester 3
  • Advanced Presentation Skills
  • Semantics
  • Read Think Write 1
  • English Literature
  • 2nd Foreign Language 1
  • Students have helpful tips for making effective speeches and delivering them well.
  • Students understand about lexical resources, word and meaning construction, semantic fields, figures of speech, word formation and varied meanings of words.
  • Students have skills by reading actively, thinking about and evaluating text, identifying the topics, main ideas, and details, making inferences, and recognizing key patterns of organization and translating these reading skills into their writing equivalents to write thoughtful, effective essays.
  • Students have the skills in analyzing literary works.
  • Students have basic knowledge of phonetics, writing and simple sentences, and equipped with the basic knowledge of listening to Chinese.
Semester 4
  • Cross-cultural Communication
  • Read Think Write 2
  • Persuasive Communication
  • Translation 1
  • 2nd Foreign Language 2
  • Students have a deep understand about fundamental conceptual and practical dimensions of intercultural communication in everyday life in social interactions in multicultural environments.
  • Student can read and write proficiency, develop the skills they need to succeed in all subsequent discipline-specific courses.
  • Students have the skill in analysis, writing, and communication in various topics for persuasive purposes.
  • Students are developed the translation skills, students will be well-versed in the English-Vietnamese and Vietnamese-English translation, maintain and develop basic English language skills in accordance with C1 standard.
Semester 5
  • Business English Communication
  • Interpretation 1
  • Business Writing
  • Translation 2
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Students improve their ability to communicate in English in a wide range of business and business-related situations.
  • Students have theoretical basis and essential skills in Interpretation. The objective is to train students to be capable of interpreting in various fields and settings.
  • Students have the skills of writing the texts used in the sutras such as specific types of correspondence, meeting minutes, records, proposals, analysis reports, other forms of spoken and written communication in the workplace.
  • Students know how to apply translation techniques in dealing with interlingual translation of different types of texts.
  • Students understand about the role of language in a variety of social contexts, considering both how language works and how it can be used to signal and interpret various aspects of social identity.
Semester 6
  • On The Job Training (OJT)
  • Students work for 4 - 8 months at FPT Group member companies or over 300 businesses that are partners of FPT Corporation worldwide.
Semester 7
  • Professional Ethics
  • Research Methods
  • Interpretation 2
  • Elective subject 1
  • Elective subject 2
  • Students have ability to apply some ethical theories to analyze some situations in English-related professions such as teaching and business and suggest proper ways to react in accordance with ethical codes.
  • Students understand the preliminary considerations that go into selecting a qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods research design. These include knowing the definition for these different approaches, considering philosophical worldviews, reviewing the literature, understanding the use of theory, anticipating ethical issues, and developing writing strategies.
Semester 8
  • Writing research papers
  • Elective subject 3
  • Elective subject 4
  • Elective subject 5
  • Students learn about academic writing skills: review and extension of the typical parts and formats of essays; a clear guide to choosing and researching topics; step-by-step practice of the drafting process, using academic language and presenting research; special sections on citing references and avoiding plagiarism.
Semester 9
  • Start Your Business
  • Graduation Thesis
  • Students implement and own their own project/ application/ service business model.
  • Students are confident to work in most countries around the world.
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