Receiving an official invitation from the partner, from September 27th to October 3rd, 2023, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lawyer Nguyen Thi Hoai Phuong, President of Ba Ria – Vung Tau University (BVU) have been on a business trip to Japan to promote and expand the cooperation with associations and corporations to send BVU students to participate in internships and business semesters in this country.
During the business trip, President of BVU signed a cooperation agreement between Ba Ria – Vung Tau University and Orient Human Design Inc. to send students to intern in Japan to get credits according to BVU regulations. Both sides agreed to create favorable conditions for procedures, credit recognition, income, support to students, safety assurance and other relevant conditions.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lawyer Nguyen Thi Hoai Phuong, President of BVU signed a cooperation agreement with Mr. Kamiya Ryokichi, Chairman of Orient Human Design Inc.
This is a program that helps BVU students have many opportunities to experience, intern, and work at modern businesses in Japan for 1 year. Then students return to their university to complete the training program and graduate. Both sides agreed to focus on recruiting students from majors and industry groups including: Nursing, Tourism, Oriental Studies, Logistics and will expand to many other fields in the near future. At the same time, this program will help students improve their Japanese language skills; acquire the deeper understanding of Japanese culture and people as well as customer’s psychology. From that, they can overcome all barriers to work for any businesses in Japan, in Vietnam or in other countries.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lawyer Nguyen Thi Hoai Phuong emphasized that the Internship Program in Japan is designed as a business semester in the training program of BVU. The president of BVU proposed that Orient Human Design Inc. and relevant parties to implement the contents signed by both parties on the basis of ensuring the best legal rights and interests as well as learning results for students.
Mr. Kamiya Ryokichi – Chairman of Orient Human Design Inc. highly appreciated the cooperation with Ba Ria – Vung Tau University and commented: “We are very satisfied with the attitude and professional competence of BVU’s students when they are sent to work in Japan. The Association will continue to accompany BVU in the process of professional and Japanese language training, regularly sharing and exchanging online relevant issues with BVU to support the best to the students.”
President of BVU visited the Hospital belonging to Association, Internship place for Nursing students
Within the framework of the business trip, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lawyer Nguyen Thi Hoai Phuong – President of BVU has met and worked with Mr. Nobuyuki Chikui – Chairman of UT AIM Co., LTD which is the business that has signed a cooperation agreement with BVU to send BVU’s students to intern and study business semesters including technical fields such as Mechanical Engineering, Construction, Information Technology, Electronics, and Tourism. From 2022 until now, there have been nearly a hundred BVU’s students participating in the business semester program in Japan. They have been sponsored to learn Japanese and travel to Japan by plane for free. They will be picked up at the airport to the business and got minimum monthly salary support equivalent to 15 million VND… Both sides agreed to continue cooperating and sending students to participate in the program with increasing in the number of students and majors.
President of Ba Ria - Vung Tau University has met and worked with Leader of UT AIM Co., LTD
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lawyer Nguyen Thi Hoai Phuong took souvenir photos with Mr. Nobuyuki Chikui – Chairman of UT AIM Co., LTD
President of BVU also arranged time to meet students who are interning in Japan and shared: “The university always cares and accompanies them, regularly discusses with partners to ensure good living and travel conditions as well as allowances for the students. I hope you will be confident, try to learn and exchange to improve your foreign language and professional skills, and achieve success after finishing the business semester in Japan.” The students were very touched and expressed their thanks to the University Board for arranging time to visit and encourage them. Nguyen Thi Thu Quy and Le Thi Ngoc Tram, students majoring in Oriental studies at BVU who come from the enrollment course of 2019, currently interning at Tabinoyado Marukyo Co., Ltd., NiKo city, Tochigi province, shared: “This is a very good program. At first, I was still confused, but after a short time, I got used to it and until now I have mastered the job, especially my Japanese ability has improved significantly. People in Japan are very friendly and gives us a great support. After finishing the internship, I will return to BVU to complete graduation procedures and hope to return to Japan to work after receiving my degree.”
President of Ba Ria – Vung Tau University presented gifts to students and Japanese business representatives