In order to meet the training objectives associated with the practice and help students develop comprehensive knowledge and professional skills to meet the requirements of employers, from the academic year 2017-2018, Department of Economics has launched practice classes in the curriculum for students.

The Capital Market subject for Investment Economics students is divided into two parts with theory in the classroom (3 credits) and practice on the stock model with Core-Securities system software (1 credit). The subject provides students with a comprehensive overview of the capital markets and helps them practice necessary skills for future career.

Practical content is arranged in the last 8 weeks and designed with the following main contents:

·        Read information on HOSE, HNX stock board

·        Learn and apply the rules of the transaction, listing standards in the HOSE, HNX

·        Learn to analyse some basic indicators (P / E, EPS, ROA, ROE) in stock market investment

·        Practise some main tasks in stock market companies (opening, closing accounts, supplementing information, copying statement of account balance for investors)

This course helps students develop professional skills and practice the software on the system so that they can later adapt to different positions such as investors, consultants, brokers, employees of companies operating in the stock market sector, organizations and related departments.

Although this program was only applied for the first time with 56 students but the model has received positive feedback from students. Here are some pictures of students in the virtual stock trading class: