Conference Dates: August 18-19, 2017
Venue: Vietnam Maritime University, 484 Lạch Tray, Hai Phong (near Hanoi City)
Kênh Dương, Hải Phòng, Đổng Quốc Bình Ngô Quyền Hải Phòng, Vietnam.
Dear & Esteemed Colleagues,
The Conference Advisory Board is pleased to extend a warm invitation to you to the International Conference on Multiple Academic Disciplines, Vietnam (MAD17Vietnam Conference) which is being jointly organized by Vietnam Maritime University, Hai Phong, Vietnam, Global Business Research Journals (GBRJ) & Greater Vision Conferences-Dubai-UAE from 18-19 August, 2017 in Hanoi, Vietnam.
We invite full papers/abstracts/case studies in all areas of research in multiple academic disciplines. In addition to paper presentations and discussions, this upcoming conference will include invited lectures on contemporary topics in multiple academic disciplines as outlined, below:
Vietnam is a beautiful country in Southeast Asia on the South China Sea and is well-known for its beautiful beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam is great tourist place and we can see many nationalities moving across the busy streets, everywhere. This city has the mausoleum of the nation’s great leader, Ho Chi Minh. Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums.
The Conference Advisory Board has defined two important objectives to be achieved at the upcoming conference in Hai Phong (near Hanoi City).
First and foremost, as an academician, you need to develop great contacts and networking with fellow academicians who might be able to work with you in the long run. You would, of course, learn from them many useful information and get great ideas during interactions. Of late, higher educational institutions encourage inter-disciplinary research in order to address the problems of the society.
It is our endeavour to offer a great platform for you to share your research ideas and projects with the global audience.
Conferences help you to get very useful feedback through discussions and comments from the academics who listen to your presentations at the conference. Sometimes, the discussions are so in-depth that the presenter gets great ideas emerging out of them to improve the paper to very high standards useful to the discipline and other researchers. Of course, face-to-face-discussion is the most important method to improve your work, quite well.
Business, Economics, Finance, Accounting & Banking
Learning, Education & Pedagogy
Social Sciences, Arts, Humanities & Language
Engineering, Information Technology, E-Commerce & Applied Sciences
Marketing, Tourism & Hospitality