Meet the exchange student - Nguyen Pham Bao Khanh
Nguyen Pham Bao Khanh - class of 43K16 - Faculty of Finance is one of the DUE students who was awarded a 6-month study scholarship at UCAM (Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia) in Murica, Spain within the framework of the ERASMUS + project.
Despite early language barriers and communication obstacles in daily life, Khanh still has deep impressions and wonderful memories in this festival country. Luckily entering the spring semester, Khanh has had her very own Thanksgiving experience at the end of April in Murcia city, a small town in the southeast of Spain. Khanh shared: “Almost there are special parades in different streets every day, and they also give out candies to the people around them. Everyone can watch and dance together on the background of exciting music. It's really interesting! This is also an opportunity for me to better understand the culture of the Spanish ".
In addition to social activities and entertainment events, Khanh also lived and studied in a strong European cultural and educational environment. “The learning environment and facilities at the school are very good and modern, the library is spacious and fully equipped for learning and living. Especially the teachers are very enthusiastic, always supporting students in their learning and other difficulties. Class sizes are small, and students come from many different countries. I feel really lucky to join this exchange course, which allows me to know more international students, expose to new teaching and learning methods in Spain, and also have the opportunity to discover other countries in Europe ”.
University UCAM (Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia) is one of the partners of the University of Economics - UD in the framework of the Erasmus + Scholarship Project. The scholarship covers tuition fees at the school for a period of 6 months, living expenses of 850 EUR / month and a round-trip airfare. International programs taught in English include business and engineering disciplines.