Under the framework of cooperation and exchange between TUEBA and Korean enterprises, on November 23, 2017, TUEBA cooperated with Korean enterprises to organize the exchange program “Connecting Korean Enterprises and Culture – Learning and Employment Opportunities for Students” to provide TUEBA’s students with opportunities for approaching Korean enterprises to improve their skills when working with foreign companies or organizations as well as for learning about Korean culture.
Distinguished guests and TUEBA’s students at the exchange program
The representatives of distinguished guests were Mr. Kim Keun Ho – Director of Shinhan Bank Vietnam – Thai Nguyen Branch, Dr. Sang Sang Joon – Director of Korea-Vietnam Culture Communication Center (KCCC), Mr. Sim Jin Sub – Director of ELNOA VINA Co., Ltd, Mr. Lee Yong Deok – Director of VTC Korea and Prof. Dr. Pham Huy Dung – Vice President of Thang Long University. On behalf of TUEBA, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Do Anh Tai – Vice Rector, together with the representatives of departments, faculties, centers, teachers and more than 300 students participated in this exchange program.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Do Anh Tai made an opening speech
In the exchange program, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Do Anh Tai emphasized the important role of international cooperation in improving the quality of training and enhancing the prestige of TUEBA, especially in relation to Korean companies and enterprises. This exchange program was an opportunity for TUEBA’s students to access valuable information from Korean companies and enterprises, to learn about Korean culture and Korean business environment to have career orientation for them in the future.
Mr. Kim Keun Ho – Director of Shinhan Bank Vietnam – Thai Nguyen Branch shared his experiences in working in Korean enterprises
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Do Anh Tai offered flowers to the representatives of Korean enterprises
TUEBA’s students made questions for Korean enterprises
After listening to the representatives of Korean enterprises sharing their experience and information on recruitment, TUEBA’s students asked direct questions for these enterprises about the work environment, treatment regime, professional work, etc.
An interesting point of this exchange program was the demonstration of a job interview in which the Korean guests played the part of the recruiters and some students played the part of the job seekers. Through this interview, the students learned lessons when attending job interviews conducted by enterprises in general and in foreign enterprises in Vietnam in particular.
The Korean guests and TUEBA’s students in the job interview demo
The exchange program took place in an excited and warm atmosphere.
Representatives of Korean enterprises in Vietnam, TUEBA’s leaders and students took photos together.
Some more photos taken during the exchange program: