|Representatives of FPT University HCMC and VietnamWorks sign a memorandum of understanding to support students seeking jobs – PHOTO: MY HUYEN|
Under the agreement, VietnamWorks InTECH will improve the professional skills of students at FPT University in HCMC through various workshops and career orientation sessions.
Further, VietnamWorks InTECH will act as a bridge linking graduates and employers active in the technology field in Vietnam.
“The cooperation is considered as the first step on the journey to improve the quality of information technology human resources, helping meet the country’s demand for manpower and create highly competitive human resources in the global labor market,” Gaku Echizenya, chief executive officer of Navigos Group Vietnam, which owns VietnamWorks InTECH, announced at the signing ceremony, which was held on October 8.
FPT University HCMC and VietnamWorks expect the cooperation to solve the shortage of skilled IT workers in the local market.