Vietnam - Japan cooperate high quality human resources
|Dr. Le Dac Son - Chairman of Dai Nam University Council and Mr. Hashino Nobuo - Chairman of JLAN chaired the signing ceremony.|
Due to the effects of the COVID-19, the signing ceremony was held in virtual form. Accordingly, the representatives of the two sides signed a cooperation agreement at the two bridge points, which were the Consulate General of Vietnam in Fukuoka, Japan, and the Dai Nam University (Hanoi - Vietnam).
Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Vu Binh, Consulate General of Vietnam in Fukuoka, Japan emphasized that the establishment of VJII was timely. He expressed his strong belief that the Institute would well develop, achieve its goals, and meeting the requirements of both Vietnam and Japan for high-quality human resources.
|Mr. Vu Binh, Consulate General of Vietnam in Fukuoka, Japan (second from right) attended the event.|
Mr. Vu Binh affirmed that the Consulate General of Vietnam was ready to coordinate and accompany Dai Nam University and VJII in a joint effort to continuously improve the value of the "precious common property of the two countries" - quoting Prime Minister S. Abe about the Vietnamese community in Japan - through improving the quality of Vietnamese human resources according to Japanese and global standards, rather than just increasing in number, contribute positively to the development of. the two countries' strategic partnership.
“With the prestige and capacity of the Association, we are committed to the quality of training and the output standards of the students in VJII. After graduating, students are qualified enough to work in any Japanese and international environment in today's flat world”, Mr. Hashino Nobuo - Chairman of JLAN Association emphasized.
|Orientation for the 2021 - 2022 school year, Dr. Le Dac Son - Chairman of Dai Nam University Council pointed out that VJII would start recruiting for its 7 high-quality majors. (Photo: TG&VN)|
Speaking at the ceremony, Dr. Le Dac Son - Chairman of Dai Nam University Council emphasized the VJII's important role in promoting international cooperation and training and developing high-quality human resources in accordance with global and Japanese standards in the current 4.0 period.
Orientation for the 2021 - 2022 school year, Son pointed out that VJII would start recruiting for its 7 high-quality majors including Japanese Language, Information Technology, Construction, Accounting, Business Administration, Nursing, Tourism. He also affirmed that Dai Nam University was committed to ensuring 100% of graduates would find jobs in Vietnam or Japan, and pledged to refund 4 years of tuition fees if they graduate without a job.
|VJII was established on the basis of cooperation between Dai Nam University, JLAN, Japan Business Association, and Japanese Universities with the goal of providing about 500 engineers, high-quality bachelor each year, all of whom with professional working style, excellent Japanese language skills, and deep understanding of Japanese corporate culture.|
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