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Golf students participate in an international exchange program in Thailand

The Bachelor's program in Sports Management - Golf specialization is not just a trend but also generates skilled human resources for the golf industry in Vietnam. With a 4-year undergraduate training program, including 4 internship semesters and numerous experiential activities, as well as practice at golf courses and domestic tournaments, the Faculty of Sports Science always creates the best conditions for students to immerse themselves and access internationalized learning environments. Evidence of this is the "Student Exchange Program" recently held from July 24-28, 2023, at Kasetsart University, Thailand, for third and fourth-year students. With theoretical knowledge accumulated from classroom lectures and internship experiences at various companies, this will be an opportunity for students to apply and validate their skills in an international setting.

Let's take a look at some memorable moments from the program:


Students meet and send greetings to professors and teachers at Kasetsart University, Thailand in the first day of the meeting.


Experience playing golf at the 9-hole golf course located within the university campus.
Participate alongside professors, students, and members of the KU Golf Club.


Continuing the golf exchange activities, students spent the day playing at the real golf course at Dynasty Golf & Country Club, Thailand. This activity provided both new experiences and opportunities for networking and learning from members of the KU Golf Club.


Students majoring in Golf participated in a skills assessment competition organized by KU.


School Tour - Students were introduced to the scale and history of KU during the tour.


The Weight Training class for golf players was organized by Mr. Passapong Piromkam from the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports.


Students majoring in golf and KU students took commemorative photos after cultural exchange activities such as traditional dancing, singing, and folk games, reflecting the rich culture of the land of temples and golden pagodas.


Participating in a meeting with KU students, MSc. Le Tran Minh Nghia (Faculty of Sports Science) shared insights into the basketball industry in Vietnam.


MSc. Tran Thi My Hao shared insights into the golf industry in Vietnam as well as the Golf specialization program at the Faculty of Sports Science, Ton Duc Thang University.


The students received certificates of completion for the student exchange program
from Kasetsart University, Thailand.