On the afternoon of March 16, 2017, An Giang University (AGU) had a meeting with representatives of Vietnam Delta E & C Group (Japan) to survey and get to know the demand for cooperation in training between AGU and the universities of the United States and Japan.
The delegation included Mr. Steve Bui (Hidetoshi Bui) - Chairman of Delta E & C Group, Japan and Mr. Le Xuan Binh - Lecturer of Hanoi National University.
Welcoming the delegation was the presence of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vo Van Thang - Principal of AGU together with representatives of leaders of Faculties, leaders of the Department of Training, Department of Science Management and International Cooperation.
The two sides have briefed the situation of cooperation with universities in other countries in the past and discussed the ways of implementing possible cooperation programs between the two sides in the near future. Details are as follows:
Introduction of the short-term training program for leaders:
The leaders who have enrolled for short-term training programmes especially designed for managers will be directly trained and certified by such pretigious universities of the world as Havard University and Standford University (the U.S.A).
Introduction of Engineering training programs in Japan:
Leaders of various levels who enroll in the short-term management training program will be directly trained by prestigious universities around the world, such as Harvard and Stanford University (USA) and are certified directly from these schools.
Hidetoshi said the Delta E&C Group is implementing a number of engineering training programs to boost the demand for recruitment of IT and Tourism personnel in Japan. At the same time, he also provided the Standard Book "Student Recruitment" which enabled final year students of AGU to have the opportunity to enroll in the Japanese Language Proficiency Examination (N3) and assisted them to be granted a 5-year visa studying in Japan.
Introduction of training programs in other countries:
The Group also provides training programs in other parts of the US and Europe with relatively varied training majors, especially the " Transition Diploma" training programs in which learners are awarded degrees by universities in the United States but have a diverse selection of study locations in many other countries around the world.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vo Van Thang - Principal of AGU has assigned leaders of the Department of Science Management and International Cooperation to keep in touch and look into feasible programs that can be implemented soon in the near future.
Tuong Vy - Department of Management of Science and International Cooperation
Translated by Le Do Thai