According to Ho Chi Minh City's labor demand forecast and labor market information center, the recruitment demand of our country with the group of Economics - Administration - Marketing - Import-Export - Logistics accounts for about 40% of the total demand. recruitment. Also according to the National Center for Forecasting and Labor Market Information, in the next 5 years, Vietnam is growing in the period of intensive integration, creating good opportunities for industries in the field of international business.


    In fact, since 2016, many economic agreements have been signed such as TPP, WTO ... promoting Vietnam's economic growth.


    The International Business Major is all of the business transactions conducted between countries in order to satisfy the business objectives of enterprises, individuals and economic organizations. International business is a dynamic, global, and open area of employment.


    Globalization and integration are the main development trends in international relations in all fields, especially domestic and international economic sectors. Vietnam became a member of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the EU and Vietnam, the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). These are important factors contributing to the development of Vietnam's economy, especially in the field of business. Domestic and international trading and exchange activities have also been promoted.


    Along with it is the development of import-export, logistics industries. In Vietnam, the fields of international business are quite new but demand great human resources needs. Students who choose this International Business will have the opportunity to develop themselves and reach out to the international market.


    • International business management consultant

    • International financial planner

    • International market research specialist

    • International Marketing Specialist

    • Supply chain management specialist

    • International investment consultant

    • Trade promotion specialist

    • Import-Export staff

    • Business staff shipping, aviation


    STAGE 04

    Narrow major & Graduation project

    (3 semesters)

    Stage 03

    On the job training

    (4 - 8 months)

    Stage 02

    Foundation knowledge

    (5 semesters)

    Stage 01Foundation and integration (6 months - 1 years)
    3 - 4 years3 semesters/year


    • Students study using a English, international copyrighted, imported directly from reputable publishers around the world curriculum.

    • Students are trained in the second foreign language Chinese.

    • Right from the first year, students have 1 semester to study English abroad.

    • Students have 1-2 semesters of specialised study at Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan or Lyceum of the Philippines University, Philippines.

    • In the 3rd year, students work in reality at domestic and foreign enterprises to attend the internship semester - OJT lasting from 4 to 8 months at domestic and foreign enterprises.


    Học kỳ học phầnkỹ năng đạt được
    • Orientation & military semester
    • 01-05 Level English
    • Semester English abroad
    • Vovinam
    • Traditional musical instrument
    • Students have effective University learning methods such as self-study, group work, time management, brain capacity optimization to improve learning outcomes.
    • Students achieve English proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 80.
    • Students confidently read the syllabus, study entirely in English, communicate fluently with lecturers and international students.
    • Students have the spirit of physical training, comprehensive personal development.
    • Students understand and appreciate the value of traditional music. Students can play some traditional instruments such as flute, stamen, gourd….make students more confident in front of the crowd, training good habits: perseverance and meticulousness.
    Semester 1
    • Effective University learning method
    • Introduction to Management
    • Marketing Principles
    • Microeconomics
    • Business English 1
    • Vovinam 2
    • Students have effective University learning methods such as self-study, group work, time management, brain capacity optimization to improve learning outcomes.
    • Students are provided basic skills required in management, how the principles of management developed, the necessary attributes of manager, and coverage of significant management theories.
    • Students learn about foundation in marketing based on five key activities.
    • Students improve their ability to communicate in English in a wide range of business situations. Besides, it also helps students acquire and develop business knowledge through the authentic sources such as Financial Times.
    Semester 2
    • Principles of Accounting
    • Macroeconomics
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Business English 2
    • Vovinam 3


    • Students study intensive business English and academic English.
    • Students have knowledge of financial accounting, management accounting and corporate finance including: business transactions, financial reporting formats and analysis, inventories and receivables, types of assets and legal responsibilities, cost classification, main budget and budgeting.
    • Students grasp the role of the individual - the group - the organizational structure. Special emphasis is placed on individual differences, attitudes, motivation, job satisfaction, communication, leadership, stress, change, and organizational culture.
    Semester 3
    • Principles of Corporate Finance
    • Human Resource Management
    • International Economics
    • Introduction to International Business
    • Cross Cultural Management and Negotiation
    • Students understand the corporation and its operating environment, the manner in which corporate boards and management evaluate investment opportunities and arrangements for financing such investments.
    • Students have a deeper understanding of what works in the workplace, including a toolkit of best practices for hiring, managing, and rewarding employees.
    • Students will study the economic relations among nations through analyzing the exchange of goods, services as well as the linkages between trade, labor and capital movements, international fragmentation of production, economic well-being and the income distribution and to identify and critically examine policy implications of these linkages. 
    • Students have a deep understanding of international business including the techniques and strategies for entering and doing business in the international marketplace, the impact and dynamics of socio-cultural, demographic, economic, and political-legal factors in the foreign trade environment
    • This course explores the effect of cultural differences on organisational behaviour and negotiation in the global context. 
    Semester 4
    • Supply Chain Management
    • International Finance
    • Applied Statistics for business
    • Project Management
    • 2nd foreign Language: Chinese (1)
    • Students learn about the major activities of companies involved in profitably coordinating supply and demand in the marketplace to deliver consumer value.
    • Students are provided a conceptual framework within which the key financial decisions of the multinational firm can be analyzed,include multinational firms and globalisation; foreign direct investment; political risk; foreign exchange markets; currency derivatives; measuring and managing transaction exposure...
    • Students are provided up-to-date information on how good project, program, and portfolio management can help you achieve organizational success. This course uses a chronological approach to project management, with detailed explanations and examples for initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing projects.
    • Students have basic knowledge of phonetics, writing and simple sentences, and equipped with the basic knowledge of listening to Chinese.
    Semester 5
    • International Marketing
    • International Payment
    • International Business Strategy
    • Business Communication
    • 2nd Foreign Language (2)
    • Students understand Marketing activities in a global environment. Opportunities and challenges related to international business environment and consumer behavior.
    • Equip students with basic knowledge of grammar and simple sentences, improve vocabulary, language reflexes and communication skills.
    • Students understand the fundamentals of business communication. Provide students with the opportunity to practice communication in business communications.
    Semester 6
    • On The Job Training (OJT)
    • Students work for 4 - 8 months at FPT Group member companies or over 300 businesses that are partners of FPT Corporation worldwide.
    Semester 7
    • Business Law and Ethics Fundamentals
    •  Writing research papers
    •  Electives (1)
    •  Electives (2)
    •  Electives (3)
    • Students understand the complexities, ambiguities and many areas of the law in undertaking business. Furthermore, it will focus on business ethics emphasizing how we should treat each other and our organizations in global and local contexts.
    •  Students are learnt about academic writing skills: review and extension of the typical parts and formats of essays; a clear guide to choosing and researching topics; step-by-step practice of the drafting process, using academic language and presenting research; special sections on citing references and avoiding plagiarism.
    Semester 8
    • Research Methods
    • Information system overview
    •  Electives (4)
    •  Electives (5)
    • Students learn a number of research methods useful for academic and professional investigations of business practices. By examining the applications, strengths, and weaknesses of methodologies drawn from both the qualitative and quantitative traditions, this course permits an understanding of the various steps involved in designing and executing a research project so that students will be able to conduct their research later.
    • This course provides a foundation for the understanding and analysis of information systems in organizations. It presents fundamental knowledge about the role that information systems play in businesses, how to design and build an appropriate information system and how to effectively manage the business’ information resources.
    Semester 9
    • Start Your Business
    • Graduation Thesis
    • Students implement and own their own project/ application/ service business model.
    •  Students are confident to work in most countries around the world

    Are you ready to become an FPT University student?

    3 enrollment methods

    Admission by high school transcript
    Admission by National Exam High School exam scores
    Pass the Entrance Examination of FPT University