Korean Embassy in Vietnam paid a working visit to NTU on “Vietnam – Korea high quality human resources education technology transfer Project”

Today (January 3, 2020) Nguyen Trai University was honored to welcome Mr. Kim Dong-bae, Counselor-Ambassador, Head of Economic Department of the Korean Embassy and his colleagues from Koica, Shinhan Bank to visit and work with the Nguyen Trai University on ODA project – “Vietnam – Korea high quality human resources education technology transfer Project”.

At the meeting, the President – Dr. Nguyen Tien Luan gave his sincere thanks to the Korean Ambassador Park Noh Wan and Mr. Kim Dong-bae, Counselor-Ambassador, Head of Economic Department of the Korean Embassy, who have  paid attention to the young generation of Vietnam in general and the ODA project that Nguyen Trai University has been actively implementing the proposal for.

“Vietnam – Korea high quality human resources education technology transfer Project” was included in the first list of seven Vietnamese projects by the Ministry of Planning and Investment and sent to the Koica Office in Vietnam on November 28, 2016..

General information about the project:

– Project name: – “Vietnam – Korea high quality human resources education technology transfer Project”

– Donor’s name: Korean Government

– Project managing agency: Hanoi City People’s Committee

– Project implementation unit: Nguyen Trai University and Nguyen Trai Vocational College

During the meeting, Dr. Nguyen Tien Luan presented the following 5 important contents:

  1. Project objectives

.2. Project results

  1. The necessity of the project
  2. Project implementation process
  3. Proposal proposed

Accordingly, the objectives of the training project focus on two groups of learners: the disadvantaged  learners and the general learners.

Learners belong to disadvantaged group (group 1) as follows:

  1. Single woman
  2. Poor people in especially difficult circumstances (poor households from 16-50 years old are both male and female);
  3. People with disabilities;
  4. People infected with Agent Orange due to the effects of war (second and third generation children and grandchildren of soldiers in the war);
  5. Children of ethnic minority, deep-lying and remote areas.

Regular learners (Group 2)

Students and students graduating from junior high school or higher, participating in training programs college, university, vocational degrees, bachelor / engineer for courses 2 years, 3 years, 4 years and certification for short-term courses. Training programs, testing and evaluation systems are provided according to Korean training standards.

The project focuses on training highly-skilled human resources, thinking-changing skills, creativity, kindness life skills, useful to society to provide manpower for Korean businesses  in Vietnam. In addition, graduates can participate in the labor export market in Korea as well as  have the capacity to work in multinational corporations of Korea. This is an important human resource, contributing to the future of Vietnam’s weak supporting industry.

The project of transferring technology to train Vietnamese-Korean high-quality human resources not only renders great results in vocational training for the disadvantaged, helps them to have the courage to rise up in life, change their lives and have a good future, sustainable happiness, but also of great political significance, deep humanity and contribute to improving the global value chain in the development strategy of the Korean Government on training. With the efficiency, feasibility and sustainability, the successful project will be a symbol of Vietnam-Korea friendship forever green for the flourishing development of the two countries.

Some photos of the meeting: