Find internships in Vietnam
Join us on our international internships to explore the diverse cultures. We offered a wide array of programs to our interns coming from different countries around the world. During your time in our Vietnam location, you will be given multiple opportunities to experience real jobs, real responsibilities, and gain a very wide range of soft and hard skills. We think of you as our colleagues, as a full-time staff, you would have full of benefits in compliance with Vietnam’s labor code and TRG policy.
12+ Internships in Ho Chi Minh City
Currently, TRG International offers more than 12 vacancies in our Ho Chi Minh City office ranging from software, marketing, and business development areas. This financial city of the country has great weather that every intern will enjoy, beautiful countryside to hang out, affordable cost of living, and great food!
Vietnam Internship Visa
All foreign students that will intern in Vietnam must apply for an intern visa, also known as DH Student Visa. An authorization letter from the Vietnamese government must be obtained in order to get this type of visa. Fortunately, there is an online visa portal available so you can get to Vietnam hassle-free.
The portal will only require personal information and the purpose of the visa you are applying for. Online payment is required for the authorization letter to be processed. the authorization letter will be asked when you arrive at your preferred airport in Vietnam where you will be given your visa sticker to pass the immigration gate.
Visit Vietnam e-Visa Portal
If you need help with your internship application in Vietnam, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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