Signing MOU with RGF HR Agent Vietnam

Thursday - 31/12/2020 21:48
On October 27, 2020, Prof. Dr. Hoang Anh Tuan (Vice Rector of USSH) on behalf of the University signed a memorandum of cooperation with RGF HR Agent Vietnam (Japan). Attending the signing ceremony were representatives of Faculty of Oriental Studies and Office for Cooperation and Development.
Signing MOU with RGF HR Agent Vietnam
Speaking at the ceremony, Prof. Dr. Hoang Anh Tuan briefly introduced USSH, and also gave thanks to RGF HR Agent Vietnam for choosing the University as a partner. The support of international partners such as RGF will greatly contribute to the development of the University, which directly benefits the students.
Prof.Dr Hoang Anh Tuan gives a present to Mrs Yokozawa Tomo
Ms. Yokozawa Tomo (General Director of RGF HR Vietnam) said she was pleased to visit and establish a cooperative relationship with USSH. She hopes to welcome the excellent students of the University at RGF HR Vietnam in the future.

Next, the two sides signed the memorandum of understanding. Accordingly, RGF HR Agent Vietnam will receive students of the University to do internships every year, introduce experts to act as instructors of the students during internships, co-organize and appoint speakers at seminars and workshops on professional experience and skills for students, contribute to study aid fund or scholarship fund and sponsor students' academic activities such as academic competitions and training courses. For its part, the University will promote the image of RGF HR Vietnam in the media.


Prof.Dr Hoang Anh Tuan exchanges MOU with Ms. Yokozawa Tomo

RGF HR Agent is a regional corporation of Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd. With more than 50 years of proven track record in Japan and over 15 years of recruiting experience in Asia, it is the biggest HR consulting & recruitment service provider in Japan. RGF came to Vietnam in 2011 and now has 2 offices in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

Author: Trần Minh

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