BUV has a strong partnership with Staffordshire University and the University of London, as a result, BUV students have the chance to visit the UK on a study tour every year. Over a 16-day trip to the UK, visiting different cities and landmarks, students gain an appreciation for the history and culture of the UK, as well as develop specialised knowledge of the current state of development in science, technology, and arts in the UK, which remains a leading global influence in these spheres. Aside from this, the trip also encompasses field trips to international companies and factories, partner universities, and traditional villages. BUV also annually awards 2 students from the Staffordshire University programmes and 1 student from the University of London programmes a free place on this amazing trip.
We want to create an international academic environment for our students and a vibrant and memorable student life. Studying at BUV will bring opportunities for students to express themselves, experience new things and discover new perceptions of the world. These are important factors contributing to diverse student life, enriching personal experience and helping students prepare for their journey after graduation.
Every year, BUV Tourism Management students have an opportunity to visit different places locally and regionally to expand and apply their knowledge and professional skills.
Cambodia is a frequent destination for our students to visit for their Tourism and Events Service Operations Management Module. It provides them with information about the social impacts of tourism in the regions, responsible travel, and diverse cultural perspectives.
My trip to the UK for 2 weeks was an unforgettable experience. The UK is a beautiful country, and I learned so much useful knowledge for my future career. I was also able to fulfil my childhood dream of standing in Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester.
I can’t believe my student life will have this memorable ending. The UK is always my childhood dream! This trip gave me a more international perspective, about the quality education of a “world-class” university in the world, about traditional British culture, including in the daily life of UK people as well as indigenous people. I’m still a little “choking” because I want to absorb all the cool, new things in this country!