From April 2020 to the end of June 2020, Panasonic Vietnam will officially receive applications for Panasonic scholarship program 2020. The program grants 15 scholarships worth VND 30,000,000 to 15 elite students studying full time at all universities across the country.
In order to accelerate opportunities for outstanding students and needy students to receive practical financial support, starting from 2019, the program applies to students of all majors at universities across the country, with an increased number from 10 to 15.
After 15 years of implementation in Vietnam, the program has become the driving force of students nationwide, nurturing nearly 90 elite talents to achieve their dreams with a total value of nearly 52 billion, among whom 25 students are still receiving scholarships.
Panasonic scholars will also be given the opportunity to develop soft skills or gain access to cutting-edge technology and professional working environments. Panasonic has collaborated with leading universities in Vietnam, such as Hanoi University of Technology and Vietnam National University, Hanoi to provide extensive training activities. Students not only gain practical and intuitive experiences on the leading technology lines of Panasonic manufacturers in Vietnam and Japan but can also be recruited to work for the Panasonic Vietnam Group.
With the founder, Konosuke Matsushita’s, “People Before Product” philosophy over the past 100 years, Panasonic has considered the human element as the foundation for the development of production and business and contributions to the prosperity of society.”
Panasonic Scholarship is an annual program established in 2004 in Vietnam with various forms of support and training coordination. It is among the most prestigious scholarships available to students nationwide thanks to its practical financial support and comprehensive development program.
The Panasonic Scholarship program was established by the Panasonic Corporation in 1998 on its 80th anniversary to express its responsibility to society through the development of human resources in host countries. The program has been implemented in Asian countries such as China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, India, Vietnam and Thailand.