MOU SIGNING: GIANTY Vietnam and Faculty of Information and Communication Technology – Can Tho University

On the afternoon of January 28, 2021, at the Art Studio facility, GNT VN held a signing ceremony of an MOU cooperation agreement with the Faculty of Information & Communications Technology (IT&TT) – Can Tho University.

The signing took place well, continuing and tightening the cooperative relationship of mutual development between the two sides.

Signing of MOU cooperation agreement between GNT VN and Faculty of Information Technology & Communications – Can Tho University
The signing ceremony marks an important milestone in the process of good cooperation between the two sides

Welcoming representatives from Can Tho University, GNT VN side had a member of the Board of Directors, Mr. Nguyen Anh Bang – CTO GNT VN along with senior managers, corporate relations specialists and company department heads. to attend.

On behalf of the Faculty of Information and Communications – Can Tho University, Dr. Nguyen Huu Hoa – Dean and Associate Professor. Dr. Pham Nguyen Khang – Deputy Dean of the Faculty attended this MOU signing ceremony.

Representatives attended the MOU signing ceremony for the 2021-2025 period

Accordingly, the two parties agreed on the following main contents:

  1. The Faculty of Information and Communications supports human resource recruitment for GNT VN – Gianty Group
  2. The Faculty of Information and Communications receives training and coordinates additional training of necessary professional skills according to orders and recruitment targets of GNT VN.
  3. GNT VN supports field trips for students of the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology
  4. GNT VN supports conference and seminar activities of the Faculty of Information and Communications on topics of interest to both sides.
  5. Other cooperative activities
Cooperation between Businesses and Schools, resonance and sustainability!

This is an event marking the relationship between GNT VN and the Faculty of Information and Communications – Can Tho University, aiming at the desire to cooperate in activities connecting businesses and schools, taking advantage of the strengths of both sides to break through and develop and create conditions for students to shorten the distance from the classroom to practice.

Mr. Nguyen Anh Bang – CTO GNT VN introduced the development strategy in applied scientific research
Dr. Nguyen Huu Hoa – Head of the Faculty of Information and Communications shared about the potential and strategy for developing human resources training

GNT VN actively promotes business and school relationships.

With that orientation, in recent times GNT VN has been very honored and proud to cooperate comprehensively with many large universities across the country, including Can Tho University, a school with a leading position. in multidisciplinary training, with certification of AUN-QA international standards and many other excellent achievements.

GNT VN attended Jobfair 2019, Faculty of Information Technology and Communication at Turtle Hall, Can Tho University
GNT VN awards scholarships to students with good academic achievements and difficult circumstances in the Faculty of Information Technology and Communications.
Faculty of Information Technology – Can Tho University is one of seven key faculties in the field of information technology in Vietnam. In 2019, Khoa received the third-class Labor Medal from the President

Speaking at the MOU cooperation agreement signing ceremony, representatives of GNT VN and the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology – Can Tho University believe that the consensus in the cooperative relationship between the two sides will create good developments. and sustainable in the future.

GNT VN – Faculty of Information Technology & Communications: Cooperation for mutual development!

Signing the MOU not only serves as a premise but also continues and commits to implementing cooperative activities. All have, are and will create practical values not only for Businesses and Schools but also for the student generation and the Information Technology industry in general.

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