- Orientation + military semester
- Effective University learning method
- 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.
- Academic Skills for University Success
- Japanese Elementary 1
- Japanese Elementary 2
- Vovinam 2
- 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 become familiar with Japanese letters (hard letters, soft letters), sample sentences, basic Chinese characters of Japanese. Students can read and write basic Japanese sentences; and can greet, communicate in some everyday conversation situations.
- Students increase their vocabulary so they can read, write and communicate in more situations in everyday life. Students will reach the equivalent level on N5.
- Japanese Pre-Intermediate 1
- Japanese Pre-Intermediate 2
- Communication and In-Group Working Skills
- Vovinam 3
- Students can write relatively long and complex sentences, express more richer and more colorful ideas, and have more options in daily communication. Students will achieve the equivalent level of N4.
- Students can understand a more diverse, long and complex way of expressing Japanese, allowing them to read and write fairly long and complex sentences, expressing an intentional content. This helps students to express their thoughts in a more complex level, reaching the level equivalent to nearly half of N3.
- 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".
- Japanese Intermediate 1
- Japanese Intermediate 2
- Students will learn how to express Japanese in a formal and polite manner. Students can read, write, communicate at the level of longer and more complex sentences, reaching a level of half N3.
- Students understand the characteristics of sound (rhythm, beat ...) and the notes when pronunciation so that they can correct their pronunciation.
- Japanese Intermediate 3
- Japanese Intermediate 4
- Introduction to linguistics
- Students have a more extensive vocabulary with specific topics for each lesson, complex sentence patterns mainly used in writing with formal and polite speech to help students read, write and communicate at the sentences have higher length and complexity, equivalent to N3.
- Students continue to be provided with advanced knowledge of Japanese - Intermediate Japanese, reaching levels on N3, nearly half N2.
- Students understand the relationship between language and culture, between language and thinking; provide general knowledge about phonetics, grammar, vocabulary, semantics and pragmatics to understand a specific language and serve as a basis for comparing different languages.
- Interpretation 1
- Translation 1
- Japanese Vocabulary and Grammar
- Japanese Culture and Literature
- Start Your Business
- Students understand the knowledge of translation activities, key concepts, forms of translation as well as some ethical and skill notes necessary when conducting Japanese translation activities (forward and reverse translation).
- Students will learn about forms of translation as well as some notes about morality and skills necessary when conducting Japanese translation activities (forward and reverse translation).
- Students gain a deeper understanding of the structure and grammatical characteristics of Japanese, and acquire a comprehensive range of grammar vocabulary. At the same time, students grasp the basic knowledge of word types, the relationship of vocabulary with society and its change ... thereby retrofitting knowledge to improve vocabulary.
- Students have general knowledge about Japan (geography, climate, culture, festivals ...), literature history shown in detail in Japanese literature periods and the authors famous for helping students better understand this country, some knowledge necessary for students to go to Japan to study and live.
- Students implement and own their own project/ application/ service business model.
- Students work for 4 - 8 months at FPT Group member companies or over 300 businesses that are partners of FPT Corporation worldwide.
- Interpretation 2
- Translation 2
- Elective subject 1
- Elective subject 2
- Japanese for JLPT
- Students are equipped with content, knowledge or are used in Japanese translation and translation through specific situations and topics (forward and reverse translation).
- With the knowledge base learned, the course will both revise and consolidate old knowledge (N3) and introduce new knowledge (N2), and at the same time provide learners with the necessary attention and skills to help learners achieve high results in the JLPT N2 exam.
- Writing research papers
- Research Methods
- Elective subject 3
- Elective subject 4
- 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.
- 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.
- Graduation Thesis
- Elective subject 5
- Students are confident to work in most countries around the world.