Vietnam attends largest student job fair in Belgium
The University of Ghent on March 31st organized a job fair for students, which is the largest event organized every two years in Belgium.
The event has nearly 200 Belgian companies and multinational corporations such as Daikin Europe, Johnson & Johnson, Baxter International.
The fair helped employers have many opportunities to select suitable candidates. In addition, students also have chances to study working market in Belgium in particular and the world in general.
This year, the organizers also dedicated an area for companies to recruit Asian students working in Belgium or branches of Asian companies.
The Belgium-Vietnam Alliance (BVA), representing for Vietnam to attend the event, included businesses, scientists and researchers from Belgium and Vietnam. It contacted Vietnamese students in Belgium and Belgian and international companies.
In addition, BVA also provided foreign candidates wishing to work in Vietnam basic information about Vietnam such as living standard, working condition, development level of Vietnam.
According to Mr. Pham Huy Hoang, representatives of the BVA, many Belgian businesses were keen on recruiting Vietnamese students but they required high standards such as apart from high professional qualifications and proficient English, candidates must speak Dutch or French.
There are about 300 Vietnamese students studying in Belgium, mainly in the big cities of Brussels, Louvain, Liège, Anvers, Namur and Ghent./.
( VNF )