Last week of August, Solvay Brussels Schools in Belgium was very happy to welcome 10 students from Vietnam to join Summer School. Although the course was short, it left in each students valuable experiences in culture, education and doing business.
Let’s meet Tu & Huyen, two professionals in Finance and Marketing, to know about their experience!
For her first time in Europe, Huyen worried to face this new culture and new challenges. But this feeling didn’t last much. Guided by Solvay Brussels School before her departure and then hosted in one of its residence next to the campus, she became confident enough to open to the people around her and make new friends.
To take the best of those 10 days, the calendar is well furnish! Between the classic courses, the 3 real case study called “challenges”, the company visits, the sightseeing and the afterwork with the locals and foreigners students, no time to be bored! And when we ask Tu if he wasn’t too tired, he convincingly argue that adrenaline is the key. “Amazing stimulations come from everywhere: The people you meet, the inspiring teachers talks, the exploration of a new environment …”, said Tu.
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To spice up and make this one week class special, the methods are diverse. “The visit of the Yellow ideas offices was really attractive and benefic. I had the opportunity to discuss about my current professional activity and enjoy the advices of Mark Raison.” told us Tu.
According to Huyen “the classes topics such as the “resources issues” which is not very popular in Vietnam were great mind-opener. Sensitive to this matter, I wish to deeper the subject once back in Vietnam”.
A third “challenging” exercise for our students was the so called “3 challenges”.
One week, to face and solve those questions in group. An oral presentation with mixed team was the conclusion of this disruptive and exciting work session.
And what’s better than a different environment to see the world with fresh eyes ? For Huyen and Tu, these differences were striking. “European students were more likely to discuss and share their ideas with teachers and more enthusiast for working groups.” noticed Tu. “We think that this experience will incitate us to break the ice with our teachers for our next classes”.
If our students decided to go abroad during summer holiday, this is also because it’s a way to socialize and extend your network. Huyen’s trip wouldn’t have been the same if she wouldn’t have met her two friends from Japan and Tawain. Besides enjoying the journey together, they had the opportunity to learn more about the culture and the business approach in their respective country. Beyond friendship, the summer school can also give birth to new collaboration from unexpected but successful matches. “Some students already started to make business together” said Huyen.
To conclude this interview; two words left from Tu and Huyen : Great and Surprising. “Summer school helps you to decide what you want to do of your life” explain Huyen, “It’s a good change, to study and adapt” confirms Tu.
So if you think this experience with Solvay could be a great surprise for you too, the next Summer School in Brussels is waiting for you!
Thank you to Tu and Huyen for their sharing! We are glad you enjoyed this adventure!