Domestic cooperation and cooperation with businesses
The Faculty works in cooperation with prestigious domestic universities, such as Hanoi University, Hue University of Foreign Languages and Da Nang University of Foreign Languages.
Faculty of Foreign Languages has signed long-term cooperation with businesses such as Sheraton, Amiana and Fusion for student internship. In addition, the Faculty has cooperated with the tourism company TICTOUR to train students in guiding tours for international visitors. The Faculty has organized and promoted career development with activities such as shooting news reports accurately and promptly reflecting the activities of the Faculty and students via television and radio; organize student tours; students and lecturers participate in volunteer activities, etc.
In addition to training affiliations in the country, the Faculty of Foreign Languages is constantly seeking foreign partnerships. For the past 10 years the Faculty has succeeded in inviting experts, foreign organizations involved in teaching and training for its teaching staff as well as students.
The Faculty of Foreign Languages (FFL) has developed relationships with international volunteer organizations such as WUSC of Canada, AVI of the United States, VIA of Australia, and REI on English and Tourism training. Every year, organizations send English and Tourism teachers to teach students of the FFL and exchange teaching methods with teachers in the Faculty. In the school year 2018-2019, the Faculty is having one American expert, one Taiwanese and one Japanese volunteer lecturers who teach students in courses 57, 58, 59 and 60.
In 2011, the Faculty started to cooperate with Brock University of Canada to implement English and Tourism training cooperation. The FFL also started a cooperation with China's Quynh Chau University on Tourism Training Cooperation at the same time.
Every year, the Faculty cooperates with the US consulate and the Fulbright organization of the US to open professional training classes and organize seminars for lecturers as well as organize eloquent speaking contests for students.
Since 2015, the FFL has collaborated with St. John's Emergency Organization (Australia) to open annual first-aid training courses for students in the Faculty.
Since 2017, the Faculty has cooperated with JLAN (Japan) to deploy teaching Japanese modules.