HCM City, Australia universities link in a undergraduate programme

Tuesday, Jul 05, 2022 09:59

Dr. Ly Qui Trung, senior advisor at Western Sydney University and president of LQT Institute speaks at an event to launch the special undergraduate programme “Modern Entrepreneur” on June 18. — Photo courtesy of ISB Institute

The LQT Institute in HCM City and Australia’s Western Sydney University have launched a special undergraduate programme to help students after graduation confidently enter the market as entrepreneurs with professional strengths in the business field.

The special undergraduate programme, “Modern Entrepreneur”, is an educational project that will equip the younger generation of entrepreneurs with brilliant thinking and a diverse business skill set, said Dr. Ly Qui Trung, senior advisor at Western Sydney University and president of LQT Institute.

The three-year programme assists young people in acquiring business knowledge as well as inspiring and enhancing valuable skill sets, mindsets and toolsets from specialists and successful entrepreneurs at home and abroad, Trung said.

Students enrolled in the programme will follow the Western Sydney University's academically-oriented formal curriculum, combined with skills and modern business thinking in the special programme of LQT Institute.

Students will learn unique knowledge and skills, including insights into business circumstances that are not taught in any other curriculum and are only found inside the minds of real business owners and industry leaders.

Students will graduate with a globally accredited bachelor degree - Bachelor of International Business from Western Sydney University - with practical skills and business mindsets applicable to both local and international markets provided by LQT’s programme.

The course “Modern Entrepreneur” features 24 foundation subjects from Western Sydney University, 10 subjects from LQT Institute, three final projects, and an internship experience in Australia to supplement thinking, knowledge, and practical business skills. — VNS

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