Japanese businesses sign agreements on human recruitment with Đông Á College in Đà Nẵng. The Japanese market is a popular destination for graduates from central Việt Nam. — VNS Photo Phương Chi
ĐÀ NẲNG — Two Japanese companies, Aijinkai Healthcare Corporation and Seichoukai, have signed a co-operation deal with Đông Á College for medical services training and manpower recruitment for the Japanese market.
Nguyễn Thị Anh Đào, chairman and CEO of Đông Á College, told Việt Nam News that following the deal, which was signed last week, the two Japanese partners recruited the first 50 graduates of the college in the central city of Đà Nẵng to work in Japan this year.
The deal includes at-work training and internship courses for students from central Việt Nam with a promising monthly salary of US$1,500 to $2,500.
More than 500 students from the college have worked for Japanese companies at hospitality, nursery and shopping centres in Japan.
Previously, the college signed an agreement with Cookbiz, a food service business, to provide 1,000 graduates from central Việt Nam each year to serve the Japanese market beginning in 2023.
The Đà Nẵng-based college is the first education system in Việt Nam to provide high-quality manpower for the Japanese, European, and Singaporean markets in the fields of nursing, information technology, electronics and hospitality.
The college has inked agreements with nearly 100 partners from Japan, Germany, Singapore and Malaysia to supply 3,000 graduates from central Việt Nam for work in Asia and Europe beginning in 2022.
Five cities, Yokohama, Maebashi, Chiba, Fukuoka and Shizuoka, have also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the college on co-operation in Japanese language training, vocational skills, and manpower enrollment.
Đà Nẵng University, one of the top 50 universities in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and a key human resource centre for the country’s central and Central Highlands regions, has developed 13 college-level education centres and trains 90,000 students each year. — VNS