Job fair for Vietnamese students in Japan

Web.HCYU. 17.01.2013. The Vietnamese Youth and Student Association (VYSA) in Japan, in collaboration with businesses in Japan, organized the Job Fair 2013 for Vietnamese students and young people living and studying in the country on January 13. Source: CPV/VNA.


Photo: CPV/VNA
Photo: CPV/VNA

The 7th Job Fair was joined by more than 30 companies and over 200 Vietnamese students and young people in Japan. At the fair, the
students had opportunity to participate in workshops on exchanging knowledge, experience and job acquisition skills for Japanese companies. Alumni currently working in Japanese companies were very enthusiastic in exchanging their own experience of getting jobs, and answered students’ questions.


Nguyen Thi Thu Hong, President of the VYSA, said that the VYSA’s purpose in organizing the annual job fair is to create a bridge connecting employers with Vietnamese students and young people living and studying in Japan who want to work for Japanese companies.

The Job Fair 2013 has many new features and is more carefully prepared, so it attracted more businesses and over 200 Vietnamese students studying at universities and research institutes in Japan.

The Job Fair for students in Japan has been held annually by VYSA since 2006, and it plays an increasingly important role in connecting Vietnamese students and young people living and studying in Japan.

CPV/VNA

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