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Hallie from Vietnam takes us on a tour of her favourite places in Sheffield.
Tracey and Anh from Vietnam – students at Sheffield Business School – talk about what they like about living and studying at Sheffield Hallam.
Two of our students from Vietnam, Tracey and Anh, share their top tips on coming to Sheffield Hallam as an international student.
Vietnamese students Tracey and Anh talk about why they love the opportunities to gain practical skills through group work and presentations as part of their course.
After working in the banking sector in Vietnam, My decided that postgraduate study in the UK would improve both her career prospects and English language skills. She won a competitive Transform Together Scholarship to study MSc Financial Management at Sheffield Hallam. She now plans to return to Vietnam where she wants to encourage banks to work more closely with social enterprise projects.
Dr David Smith, senior lecturer in biochemistry, talks to Vietnamese student Dinh about his experience of Sheffield Hallam.
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