Ca Mau Students Receive Free Training in Germany
|Awarding scholarship support to students applying to study abroad at the seminar. Photo: NDO
On the afternoon of June 12, the Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs of Ca Mau coordinated with the Provincial Department of Education and Training to organize a seminar on a program to study abroad at a vocational college in the Federal Republic of Germany, providing career counseling for students in the province.
The program of vocational training and career counseling for students in Germany are organized to continue effectively implementing the project of sending Ca Mau workers abroad.
Students participating in the program will be trained for 3-3.5 years, free of all tuition fees. In the first year, for each month of vocational training, trainees are also supported with VND25 million (US$1,063). In the following years, the monthly support amount is higher.
|Tu Hoang An, deputy director of the Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs of Ca Mau province shared treatment policies with international students participating in vocational training in Germany. Photo: NDO
According to the Deputy Director of the Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs of Ca Mau province Tu Hoang An, students participating in a vocational training program in the Federal Republic of Germany have many benefits.
Those benefits are improving knowledge of foreign languages, experience in a country with modern industry, international professional qualifications, and creating opportunities for high income and high skills.
“Ca Mau is less attractive to investors due to its geographical location and unsatisfactory human resources. Therefore, in order to improve the quality of human resources, it is necessary that more students participate in training in advanced countries with modern science such as Germany or other countries. This is an issue that Ca Mau province is interested in, society is also concerned about," An said.
|Students join vocational programs in Germany to find high-paying job opportunities. Photo: NDO
Ca Mau is promoting policies to support people working and studying abroad. People working abroad are supported with non-refundable expenses for passports, vocational training, and foreign languages with a maximum amount of VND13.8 million (US$587)/person/time.
The remaining support is for exit expenses, which can be unsecured loans at the Bank for Social Policies, with a maximum loan limit of VND110 million (US$4678)/person.
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