Hanoi University of Home Affairs had a courtesy meeting with the designated non-profit organization JiSC and the  Academy of International Education, Japan.

Monday - 07/06/2021 01:11
On the afternoon of May 18, 2021, Hanoi University of Internal Affairs had an online courtesy meeting with, sharing information and promoting cooperation with the designated non-profit organization JiSC and the Academy of International Education. (SAI), Japan.
On the afternoon of May 18, 2021, Hanoi University of Internal Affairs had an online courtesy meeting with, sharing information and promoting cooperation with the designated non-profit organization JiSC and the Academy of International Education. (SAI), Japan.
On the side of the Japanese partner were Mr. Oyama Masao - Chairman of the designated non-profit organization JiSC; Mr. Hasegawa Kenji - Rector of the Academy of International Education (SAI); Mrs. Nguyen Thi Huong Lan - JPW Project Manager, partner of JiSC and SAI in Vietnam.
On the side of Hanoi University of Home Affairs were Assoc.PhD. Nguyen Quoc Suu - Vice-Rector of the University; Mr. Doan Van Tinh - Vice Dean of the Faculty of Human Resource Management; Mrs. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hien - Deputy Head of the International Cooperation Department.
Assoc.PhD. Nguyen Quoc Suu introduced to the Japanese partners the vision, mission, organizational structure and training goals of Hanoi University of Home Affairs. He said that currently, the University is providing professional training in 14 majors at the service of supplying human resources for the interior industry, civil service and social needs. With the purpose of aiming its training and education at meeting social needs, the University would cooperate with businesses in training with the wish that both sides can help gain many practical benefits to meet the human resource needs of the society. The expansion of cooperation with businesses in training can also provide students with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with practical experiences at businesses during the process of learning at University. He also expected the partners to learn much more about the University toward further deepening and expanding cooperation on the basis of the laws of Vietnam and Japan to promote the strengths and potentials of both Parties. He also hoped that in the near future, a Japanese club will be established here to create an ardent love among his students for Japanese in the spirit of Japanese studies, to support practical experience and job opportunities for students in Japanese enterprises in Vietnam.
Assoc.PhD. Nguyen Quoc Suu – Vice Rector of the University chairs the courtesy meeting with the designated non-profit organization JiSC, Academy of International Education (SAI)
 
On behalf of the JiSC designated non-profit organization, Mr. Oyama Masao had a brief introduction about JiSC, a Japanese-specific non-profit organization. This organization was established in 2010. Up to now, JiSC has admitted and supported many international students from such countries as China, Vietnam, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Russia…. He said that it has provided support and assistance in such following areas:  as International enrollment and student visas and practical experience, jobs for students and foreigners, life, administrative procedures, visas for foreign workers; teaching Japanese to foreign workers, etc. He also informed that JiSC has helped many Vietnamese students who have been working in Japan.
Mr. Hasegawa Kenji, Rector of the Academy of International Education- SAI affirmed that although just established in 2017, the Academy is recognized as a key institution in Saitama Prefecture, specializing in Japanese language training. Its headquarters are very close to the center of Tokyo, Japan, it only takes about 40 minutes to drive and the Academy is very willing to admit international students in general and students from Hanoi University of Internal Affairs, in particular, to study here while organizing cultural exchange programs among students from different countries and making it easier for students to experience real-life and enjoy employment opportunities in Japan.

The online meeting between the University and the JiSC designated non-profit organization and the Academy of International Education (SAI), Japan
At the meeting, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Huong Lan - Director of JPW, which helps Vietnamese people seek jobs and learning opportunities abroad, said that Japan is a country with an aging population, leading to shortages of the workforce and is also one of the major investors in Vietnam where many Japanese businesses are working. Therefore, this is an opportunity for Vietnamese students in general as well as students of Hanoi University of Internal Affairs in particular to access job opportunities in Japanese businesses in Vietnam and the opportunity to travel to Japan for work.
At the end of the meeting, Vice-Rector Suu acknowledged its results, opening up many opportunities for cooperation as well as many opportunities for the University's students, especially students who love the culture and language of Japan. Hanoi University of Internal Affairs will soon establish a club for Japanese- loving students, thus serving as an environment for students to learn about the Japanese culture, people and language and to learn and exchange together. All this can be considered as a bridge for cooperation between Japanese businesses in Vietnam and the University's students. At the same time, the Vice-Rector assigned the International Cooperation Department to coordinate with the Faculty of Human Resource Management to study further what is needed and soon signing the Memorandum of Understanding between the parties. On behalf of the University, he thanked the Chairman of the JiSC Designated Non-profit Organization and the President of the Academy of International Education (SAI), Project Director of JPW for attending the open and friendly meeting, and hoped that Hanoi University of Home Affairs and Japanese partners would soon implement cooperation activities in the near future.
An online meeting between the University and Japanese partners and representatives of JPW in Vietnam

Author: translater: Kim Ngon

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