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Sunday, 12/04/2011, 08:02:54

On the afternoon of December 1st, 2011 at 51 Cong Lo Street, Tan Binh Dist, Ho Chi Minh City, Minh Tran Center, network of international cooperation for development opened a collaborative program between Vietnam and Miyagi University in northeastern Japan.

Attending the ceremony were Mr. Nguyen Tri Dung, special Goodwill Ambassador, Hyogo Province, Japan, Professors from the University of Miyagi, Japan, the representative of the Office of National University, the representative of Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, the leader of Cuu Long University, the leader of the Mekong University, the leader of Ba Ria Vung Tau Pedagogy College, the leader of Ba Ria Vung Tau Community College, the leader of Department of Investment Plan, Ho Chi Minh City, the leader of private primary schools ...

Miyagi University in Japan is located in the northeastern Tohoku, Japan, where the earthquake occurred in the past history in March 2011. Though the tragedy and loss was caused by the disaster for the country, the spirit of the Japanese union and will not stop rising; they have done for the world to admire.

Through the meeting, the leaders of the universities, colleges ... shared the pain that the Japanese have suffered from. Thereby, they exchanged, and learnt from each other on research and training human resources for the universities together.

Professor Timothy Phelan, Miyagi University emphasized the importance of theory and practice to their students; he also noted that the teaching has combined the practical training between the university with companies so 97% to 100% students have good jobs after their graduation.

The leaders of the universities and colleges were also eager to learn the experience and wanted to cooperate with the Miyagi University about training professionals, workers, engineers, etc. who are highly skilled in the technique of Agricultural and Environmental Science, Health Care ... to meet the needs of society as we currently have redundant masters but lack craftsmen.

Source: CVSEAS (The Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies )