12 December 2016, Hanoi, Panasonic Vietnam Group and Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) have signed the Cooperation Agreement for a pioneer training program named “Grow the Talent – Build the Future” (Đào tạo tài năng – Xây dựng tương lai”). This is a 03-month training program designed for HUST’s final year engineering students majored in Mechanical, Electric, Electronic & Telecommunication, and IT & Communication.
Mr. Mitsuhiro Takayanagi –
HR & GA Director of Panasonic Vietnam
Within the aim of contributing to society, Panasonic would like to develop young talents of Vietnam, promote professional working manners and nurture their passion for high technology. We warmly welcome engineers to join and help us contribute to better living standard worldwide”, said Mr. Mitsuhiro Takayanagi, HR – GA Director of PV.
In recent years, thanks to strong collaboration with HUST, Panasonic group companies in Vietnam have attracted more than 5,000 students in numerous recruitment activities, talk shows and forums. Among students who attended our events, some have successfully been offered and are now working in Panasonic companies.
Considering it is the first time Panasonic organizes a full length program including an information seminar, selection interviews, training and internship, HUST is regarded as a trusting partner for its education excellence. In the future Panasonic hopes to continue and expand similar programs to more talented engineers.
Prof. Huynh Quyet Thang – Vice President of
Hanoi University of Science and Technology
“The Cooperation Agreement shall promote strong relation between Panasonic and HUST, creating valuable opportunities for young students to earn access to Japanese corporate’s working environment, enhance their soft skills and knowledge. It is expected that, after graduation they will become a great asset to Panasonic Corporation, contributing to a common goal”, said Prof. Huynh Quyet Thang, Vice President of HUST.
After the signing ceremony, students may attend information seminar held by Panasonic on 16 December 2016 in Ta Quang Buu Library, HUST campus. Participants may collect more information about the program content and listen to sharing from Panasonic engineers who graduated from HUST. Applications are welcomed at the seminar.
This year’s training content comprises soft skill and technical training. Especially, participants may experience Japanese culture via an internship tour to Panasonic Corporation’s Headquarter in Osaka and Japanese language lessons. Successful participants, after completion of the program, may graduate and start working at Panasonic companies by July 2017.