HUTECH & Kanazawa Institure of Technology co-operation signing caremony phase II
On March 17­th, the Memorandum Signing Ceremony of Cooperation Agreement Phase II between Ho Chi Minh University of Technology (HUTECH), Kanazawa Institute of Technology (K.I.T- Japan) and International College of Technology (ICT) was held with the purpose of collaboration in training high quality human resources to meet the recruitment need in Vietnam, Japan and many other countries.
 
Prof. Ho Dac Loc - President of HUTECH, Dr. Nguyen Xuan Hoang Viet - Vice President-HUTECH representatively signed the MOU
 
The online ceremony took place with the participation of Prof. Ho Dac Loc - President of HUTECH, Dr. Nguyen Xuan Hoang Viet - Vice President, Deputy of Vietnam - Japan Institute of Technology (VJIT), Mr. Nguyen Xuan Hung - Vice Deputy of VJIT, Mrs. Dinh Hai Yen – Director of International Affairs Center, Mr. Pham Huynh Anh Viet - Director of Japanese center in HUTECH together with the representatives of Japanese partners, Prof. Satoshi Osawa - Principle of K.I.T and Mr. Lewis Barksdale - President of International College of Technology (ICT), Mr. Rikichi Izumiya - Head of International Cooperation in Education K.I.T and Mr. Kugo Kazunori - Head of International programs cooperation in K.I.T
 
 
 

Looking back on all the remarkable accomplishments from the first phase of the cooperation (since 2014), the leaders of all parties have discussed and agreed on signing the second phase to foster further cooperation strategies in multi- aspects within the next 5 years. Accordingly, all parties will constantly uphold their existing collaborative strengths in Project Design (PD), implement a variety of student- exchanged programs, internship and cultural exchange between the two countries; also, expand the scale and enhance the efficiency of Japanese Business Recruitment Fairs.
 
 
The ceremony of MOU Phase II not only marks a new milestone in cooperation between HUTECH and Japanese partnerships of Education, but also determines the position and reputation of all Japanese Education programs (by VJIT) and opens up more opportunities for HUTECH students to get approach Japanese recruitment standard in the near future.

Author: PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE 
Translator: Ms. Nguyen Ngoc Tram Anh
Editor: Hy Nguyen (HUTECH Institute of International Education)
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