On the morning of 6th March, Hanou University of Industry (HaUI) signed a partnership agreement with Tokushin Group, a Japanese corporation with strong presence in the construction and architecture design industry.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Associate Professor – Doctor Tran Duc Quy – Rector of HaUI provided a general introduction of the university and stressed: “The cooperation with businesses is one of the three important missions of HaUI and currently the university has established partnership with more than 2000 domestc and international businesses.
Rector Tran Duc Quy highly valued Tokushin Group as well as the group’s contributions to social causes and joint projects with universities to improve the training of personnel and create career opportunities for students after graduation.
The signing ceremony between HaUI and Tokushin Group
The representatives for Tokushin Group thanked the university for the warm welcome and highlighted the strengths of the group in supporting the construction industry, developing IT systems and application in architecture design. Tokushin Group also expressed the desire to deepen ties between Japanese businesses with training institutions, improve the training of high quality engineers and create career opportunities for students. Especially, the representatives said: “ the upcoming Tokushin – Japan project will bring delegates from 50 Japanese companies to directly meet with students to select candidates, support 100% of language training fees to help students have the required skills to meet employers’ requirements”
Associate - Doctor Tran Duc Quy, Rector of HaUI takes commemorative photo with representatives from Tokushin Group
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