News of VJCC

On October 1st 2018, VJCC Institute hosted the opening ceremony of Senior Business Program (Keieijuku) cohort 12.

On August 24 2018, the closing ceremony of the 9th and 10th Keieijuku Business Courses – a course provided for managers of Vietnamese manufacturing enterprises and sponsored by Japanese Government - took place at Vietnam-Japan Institute for Human Resources Development (VJCC).

          On June 21st, 2818, 28 trainees of the 11th Keieijuku Business Course had a visit to TOTO Vietnam - a 100% foreign invested company, a member of TOTO Japan - one of the leading companies in the production of ceramics and advanced sanitary equipment nowadays.

         On the morning of May 28th, President of Kanto University, Prof. Hiroyoshi Kiku had a meeting with President of the Foreign Trade University and the Board of Directors of VJCC Institute on further cooperation opportunities, following the initial success of the Japanese style Advanced Undergraduate program.

            Following the success of the visit to HanelPT- a Vietnamese enterprise in import-export and a key member of the Keieijuku Club, students of the International Business Program at VJCC has just continued visiting and learning deeper about the operation of a typical representative business representing the Japanese businesses in Vietnam - Honda Vietnam located in Phuc Yen Town, Vinh Phuc Province on May 4.

             Within the course "International Business", under the instruction of Professor Toshiya Ozaki (Rikkyo University, Japan), students of the Advanced undergraduate program in International Business just had a meaningful study tour to Hanel Production and Import Export Joint Stock Company (HanelPT).

Being the biggest recruitment event hosted by VJCC Institute, JOB FAIR 2018 has attracted 11 leading Japanese businesses and nearly 200 students and interested individuals to come and search for good working opportunities.

Besides many other meaningful activities, Foreign Trade University hosted the flower arrangement contest to celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8th). The contest was joyfully welcomed and actively joined by many FTU’s faculties, departments and institutions.