Da Nang college joins Asia Professional Education Network

Created 11 January 2019
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Da Nang-based Dong A College has joined the Asia Professional Education Network (APEN), which promotes education links and a project-based learning (PBL) educational system among universities in Asia.
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Students from Da Nang’s Dong A College receive scholarships during a ceremony. The college has joined the Asia Professional Education Network (APEN), which promotes education links and project-based learning (PBL) educational systems among universities in Asia. — VNS Photo Phuong Chi


Vice rector of the college, Luong Minh Sam, said it’s the first college in central Vietnam and the second college in Vietnam after the Ha Noi National University’s College of Engineering and Technology to become an official member of APEN.

Sam said participation in APEN will help the college enhance collaboration and exchange educational experience with universities from 15 countries including China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar and Laos.

APEN will also help the college approach vocational practice-based educational research and business start-up and academy co-operation programmes.

Dong A College is the only private education centre in central Vietnam providing human resources for labour markets in Japan, Singapore and Germany including automobile engineering, information technology (IT), electronics, nursing and tourism.

Last year, firms from Singapore, Germany and Japan agreed to employ 3,000 graduates from the college to work in the hospitality, nursing, and construction industries from 2020.

The Kakura Tokyo company, an employment firm in Japan, agreed to recruit graduates from the college to work at Toyota’s electric car and automation factories in Japan.

More than 100 graduates from the college have been working in nursing centres and hospitality in Japan since 2016.

Last year, the central city in co-operation with USAID launched the Maker Innovation Space at Da Nang University as a component of the Building University-Industry Learning and Development through Innovation and Technology Alliance. 


Source: Source: VNS - Bridge

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