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Career Orientation for High School Students through School Visits

Providing opportunities for high school students to explore different fields and learning environments at the university level, DTU has collaborated with high schools in Da Nang City and the Central region in general to organize the "Career Orientation - Choosing Majors" program for 12th-grade students.
This program has received enthusiastic responses from thousands of students and has brought practical values to help them make informed decisions when choosing majors for their future careers. 
ÐH Duy Tân: Hu?ng nghi?p ch?n ngành cho h?c sinh THPT qua ho?t d?ng tr?i nghi?m tham quan tru?ng
Teachers and students from high schools eagerly experience activities at DTU.
Career Orientation for 12th-grade Students - Towards the Future
Implemented for several years before the High School Graduation Examination, the "Career Orientation - Choosing Majors" program has received positive responses and enthusiastic participation from thousands of high school students in the Central region such as Da Nang, Hue, Quang Nam, Quang Tri, Quang Ngai, etc. This demonstrates the value and significance of the program in guiding career development and education for high school students. Through the program, DTU has provided students with many opportunities to learn more about university admissions processes, prominent fields of study, and training programs at DTU - Top 500+ Best Universities in the World in 2024 & Top 100+ Best Universities in Asia in 2024 (according to QS Rankings). 
ÐH Duy Tân: Hu?ng nghi?p ch?n ngành cho h?c sinh THPT qua ho?t d?ng tr?i nghi?m tham quan tru?ng
DTU faculty members introduce the university and provide career advice to high school students
Additionally, participating in the program, 12th-grade students also visited and experienced the real university learning environment at DTU. This was an opportunity for students to not only experience the interesting learning space at the university but also to learn about potential career fields and gain a clearer understanding of the professions they can choose to pursue after graduating from high school, right at DTU.
Diverse and internationally renowned educational programs at DTU
DTU is a multi-disciplinary, multi-level, multi-field university, meeting the increasing learning needs of young people. In addition to traditional programs, DTU also collaborates with prestigious universities worldwide to implement various Advanced and International programs, Talent programs, In-place Study Abroad programs, and Overseas Study Linkage programs, such as:
- Collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) - one of the top 4 universities in Information Technology in the US (according to U.S. News 2023)
- Collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania - one of the top 50 universities for Economics-Business-Services in the US (according to U.S. News 2023)
- Collaboration with California State University, Fullerton - one of the top public universities on the West Coast of the US for Construction and Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo - ranked in the Top 5 in the US for Architecture at the university level.
- Collaboration with Purdue University - one of the top 10 universities in the US for training in Engineering and Technology fields in Electrical - Electronics, Mechatronics.
- Collaboration with Troy University - ranked 44th among the best universities in the Southern region of the US (according to U.S. News 2023) for In-place Study Abroad programs in Tourism & Hospitality Management, Computer Science, and Business Administration.
Visiting and experiencing the real university learning environment
To better understand the fields of study at DTU, the "Career Orientation - Choosing Majors" program for high school students took them on visits to experience and explore practical activities and research in the university's Laboratories and Workshops.
ÐH Duy Tân: Hu?ng nghi?p ch?n ngành cho h?c sinh THPT qua ho?t d?ng tr?i nghi?m tham quan tru?ng
Students enthusiastically visit labs, research labs and workshops
If the Mechanical Workshop attracted students with its machinery systems such as CNC machines, lathes, laser cutting machines, then the STEM LAB Practical Workshop - equipped with modern manufacturing equipment - inspired students' love for scientific research. When visiting the Parasitology Laboratory or the Plant Tissue Culture Center, students observed parasite samples under microscopes, admired hundreds of butterfly and dragonfly specimens, or learned about plant tissue culture technology.
For students interested in studying Health Science fields, visiting the Clinical Simulation Center (MedSIM) or learning about the eCPR Heart Compression Model and being instructed in basic first aid procedures helped them understand somewhat about the fields of Medicine, Dentistry, and Nursing. High school students also learned about dental examination and treatment procedures at the Dental Practicum room or followed experiments related to organisms, genetics, and learned about the biological activities of fungal, algal, and bacterial samples at the Biotechnology Center.
Visiting the Silver Swallow Studio (SSS) film studio, where modern special effects films are produced, students were introduced to and learned about advanced graphic design software applications used for brand design, web design, game design, filmmaking, 3D animation, etc. And here, they relived the air battle at Ham Rong Bridge, Thanh Hoa in 1965 of the Vietnamese Air Force depicted vividly through documentary footage "The First Wings" from the "Vietnam Air War" series produced by SSS and DTU. 
ÐH Duy Tân: Hu?ng nghi?p ch?n ngành cho h?c sinh THPT qua ho?t d?ng tr?i nghi?m tham quan tru?ng
Learning about the majors at DTU
Through practical visits to DTU, high school students not only gained practical experiences in fields they were interested in but also had an overview of the learning environment and learning methods at university. Experiencing various activities and diverse experiences in different fields helped students identify their interests and capabilities to choose suitable career paths, thereby helping high school students confidently and decisively choose universities and majors.
Excited about the program activities, Nguyen Thi Thanh Nga from Thanh Khe High School shared: "This is the first time I participated in the 'Career Orientation - Choosing Majors' program and visited the real learning environment at a university. I am very impressed with the training programs and modern facilities of DTU. I think that with such a learning environment and facilities, DTU truly meets the increasing learning and research needs of young generations like us. In addition, the university also has many extracurricular activities to help students develop comprehensively. Therefore, for me, DTU is truly an ideal training destination and this may be a suitable choice for myself right after graduating from high school."
Thanks to accurate support and advice from DTU, high school students can gain a realistic view of the majors and their compatibility with their abilities and interests. This will help them better prepare for the next steps in their academic and professional journey in the future.
(Media Center)