On June 16, there was Thuyloi University signed MOU with ManpowerGroup Vietnam to upskill the undergraduates via training and internship programs.
Attending the signing ceremony, on the side of the Thuyloi University, there were Prof. Dr. Nguyen Trung Viet - Vice President, leaders of Chemistry and Environment Faculty, Mechanical Engineering Faculty, Electrical – Electronics Faculty, Economics and Management Faculty, Department of Academic Affairs, Politics and Student Affairs Department, School of International Education and Department of Science, Technology and International Cooperation. On ManpowerGroup Vietnam there were Mr. Andree Mangels - Country Manager; Ms. Bui Huyen Tram - Operation Manager, Ms. Nguyen Thi Van - Head of Recruitment, Ms. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Bich - Head of Marketing & External Relations Department.
MOU signing ceremony betwen Thuyloi University and ManpowerGroup Vietnam
According to the Memorandum of Understanding between Thuyloi University and ManpowerGroup Vietnam, there will be the following common development items:
- Workshop on career orientation for students, instructions on how to complete a resume (CV) and interview tips to impress employers;
- Training soft skills for students and granting certificates of participation;
- Exchange academic documents and other information of mutual interest.
Mr. Andree Mangels, Country Manager of ManpowerGroup Vietnam makes a speech
“In this competitive world of work, sustaining essential soft skills and accumulating practical working experience are the keys for undergraduates to enhance their chances of acquiring an outstanding job, a higher salary, and a clear career path,” said Mr. Andree Mangels, Country Manager of ManpowerGroup Vietnam. “We are delighted to partner with Thuyloi University, and we believe this opportunity can help the undergraduates to broaden their horizons with practical experiences.”
Professor Nguyen Trung Viet, Vice President of Thuyloi University, stated, “We believe these programs, provided by ManpowerGroup Vietnam, will offer our students tremendous hands-on experience when working in a professional environment before officially entering the labour market”.
A student of class 61SH majoring in Biotechnology, Faculty of Chemistry and Environment speaks
At the ceremony, the two sides discussed in more detail about sending students of Biotechnology Programs to practice at Mondelez Kinh Do factory for a period of four to six weeks. It is hoped that this is a good start for the long-term cooperation in the future of the two sides to realize the signed MOU.