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Japan businesses seek manpower in central Việt Nam

Update: March, 22/2019 - 18:21
Vietnamese students at the Japan recruitment day in Đà Nẵng. More than 3,000 students will workin Japan, Singapore and Germany in the coming years. — VNS Photo Công Thành
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ĐÀ NẴNG — Japan’s Chiba Mode Business College (CMB), Eikoh Seisakusho, Sewing Box and Mabuchi Motor, in co-operation with Đà Nẵng-based Đông Á College and Kibi International University, have inked an agreement on human resource training and job practice to provide manpower for the Japanese market.

The agreement, which was signed during Japan recruitment day in Đà Nẵng on March 21, will offer practical education and internship programmes in Japan for students in central Việt Nam.

Following the agreement, students in central Việt Nam will enjoy a two-year course in Việt Nam and a two-year internship in Japan, or one year in Việt Nam and three years in Japan.

The programme will help improve education quality at colleges in central Việt Nam, while supplying qualified human resource for the manpower market in Japan.

Meanwhile, a group of Japanese businesses including Suganuma Group, Eiseikai, Aijinkai and MK also agreed a scholarship programme worth VNĐ12 billion (US$530,000) for 1,200 Vietnamese students over three years (2019-22).

The scholarship will cover Japanese language and nursing training for local students studying in Việt Nam before taking part in  internship programme at hospital systems in Japan.

The social welfare association of Yokohama city, Kameda Clinic and Kibi International University also agreed to recruit students from Đà Nẵng’s Đông Á college for internships and work at 99 nursing centres in Yokohama and Japan.

Vice rector of Đông Á college, Lương Minh Sâm said partners from Japan and Singapore had signed 72 agreements to recruit 3,000 students in internship programmes and work in Japan and Singapore.  

More than 200 students from the college have been working in nursing, retail and restaurants in Japan and Singapore since 2016. — VNS

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