1 Semester exchange program




(Credits/ 8 subjects/ 1 semesters)

Language of teaching: English

Duration of exchange: 1 semester

Why Us?

- Experience Vietnam’s most modern university

- Immersion with Vietnamese and international students

- Free to attend 3 Physical education classes (aquatic sport, basketball and Vietnamese traditional martial art)

- Excellent way to learn new culture & language

- Great support and guidance

- Chance to have economic trip places in Vietnam through field trips.

No. Course Cr
1 Event management 3
2 Sport tourism 2
3 Introduction to sport management 3
4 Human resource management in sport 2
5 Sport event management 3
6 Sport facility management 2
7 Sport marketing and sponsorship 3
8 Internship 2
  Total 20

1. Event management

Credit: 3

Description: Provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively manage all kinds of event, such as planning, organizing, and managing event activities and the event environment, the industry’s stakeholders, event infrastructure, marketing, human resources, contingency planning, legal issues, strategic management, and research, analysis and evaluation.


Attendance 1 10% Do 5 quizzes on the e-learning
Attendance 2 10% Do the report about the procedure of organizing event.
Mid-term 20% Planning the event project
Final 60 Hold the event

2. Sport tourism

Credit: 2

Description: For many nations sport and tourism are significant economic sectors and play important roles in society. This course gives you the opportunity to examine the characteristics of sports tourism, identifying how the motivations of sports tourists shape participation and behaviours. You will also explore supply characteristics, looking at local, national and global sporting events, the intermediaries and agents who influence the design of sporting products, and the development of sports tourism destinations.


Attendance 20% Small exercise
Mid-term 30% Analyzing the developing plan of sport tourism destination
Final 50% Planning the project to develop sport tourism of the particular destination or province.

3. Introduction to sport management

Credit: 3

Description: This course provides students in sport management major or students interested in working in the sport industry an overview of sport management rather than detailed instructions about how to manage sport enterprises. It serves as a foundation for students’ further studies in various subject areas in the field/profession of sport management, such as sport marketing, sport law, sport facility and event management, economics of sport, sport finance, etc.


Attendance 1 10% Do 5 quizzes on the e-learning
Attendance 2 20% Present the academic journal (within 5 years)
Mid-term 20% Do report after visit the sport organizations
Final 50% Test

4. Human resource management in sport

Credit: 2

Description: Human resources are argued to be an organization's most important asset. Effectively managing human resources enables an organization to survive and thrive in today's competitive environment. This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the functions, the basic concepts, and the principles of Human Resource Management, and prepare them for their first sport related employment as either manager or employee. The course will explore HRM theories, research and discuss current issues, trends and practices emphasizing the fundamentals of managing individuals and groups.


Attendance 1 10% Case study
Attendance 2 10% Do the report
Mid-term 20% Analyzing the strategic human resource model
Final 60% Planning for recruiting human resource in sport organization.

5. Sport event management

Credit: 3

Description: Provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively manage sport events.


Attendance 1 20% Do 5 quizzes on the e-learning
Mid-term 30% Planning the sport event project
Final 50% Hold the sport event

6. Sport facility management

Credit: 2

Description: The objective of this class is to provide the student an overview of the concepts and practices involved in building and managing recreation and sports facilities. Through class discussion, examination of on-campus sites, and possible tours of local recreation and sports facilities, the student will get a first-hand exposure to the field. Students will have the opportunity to culminate their experience with a final project allowing them to create a management plan for their own hypothetical facility.


Attendance 1 10% Do 5 quizzes on the e-learning
Attendance 2 20% Do the report after visit sport facilities
Mid-term 20% Group presentation
Final 50% Work group

7. Sport marketing and sponsorship

Credit: 3

Description: The central goal of this course is to provide the student with both a theoretical and an applied understanding of the values and limits to sport marketing and sponsorship. Various areas of marketing and sponsorship will be considered including sports, arts, and causes. Although a managerial perspective of the sponsor will be maintained, views from both the sponsor and sponsee will be considered. The course takes an integrated marketing communications perspective and treats sponsorship as a contributor to an overall communications platform. In the process of developing this understanding the course will utilize basic concepts across a number of disciplines in an integrative fashion.


Attendance 20% Do 5 quizzes on the e-learning
Mid-term 30% Writing sponsorship proposal
Final 50% Do the marketing project

8. Internship.

Credit: 2

Description: Student works as the real employee in the society.


Attendance 50% The organization’s assessment
Final 50% Do the report