(Daystar): In two days March 20 and 21, 2017 Japan NHK Television, leaders of First Study – Osaka School together with the Board of Director of Daystar Group visited and worked with high schools, colleges and universities in Thua Thien Hue province.
At the meetings with the Board of Management of Hai Ba Trung High School and Phan Dang Luu High School in the morning of March 20, 2017, after hearing the representative of the school’s management board introduced the situation of the school, Headmaster of First Study Japanese school – Mr. Mastuoka Masahiro expressed special affection for the land and people of Hue. He plans to open the branch school in Hue in 2019 to help improve Japanese language skills for students. He hopes that the schools will cooperate to introduce the advantages of the study abroad in Japan program to students. At the same time, he commits to support the maximum of studying, working, accommodation and so on to help students stabilize their life in Japan.
On behalf of Daystar Group, General Director Nguyen Van Choi thanked the Board of Management of high schools for spending time and hoped to be a bridge for students to study in Japan. Daystar will cooperate with the schools to select excellent students and 100% service fees when they study at the First School. Congratulations to Daystar and Study First School, Mr. Tran Thanh Phong – Vice Principle of Hai Ba Trung High School and Mr. Phan Thien Bao Principal of Phan Dang Luu High Schoo – l committed to create conditions for the information about the program to study in Japan to many parents and students of the school and together with Daystar to carry out its main mission with the aim of training human resources and fostering talents, contributing to improving the quality of education, promoting the process of industrialization and modernization of the country.
Come to Hue College of Industry and University of Agriculture and Forestry in the morning of March 21, the delegation of First Study and Daystar Group had a discussion to exchange cooperation the Engineer Study Program and Internship Programs for sophomores (college) and juniors (university).
On behalf of the Hue College of Industry, Dr. Le Van Luan, Vice Headmaster introduced the school overview; especially the Faculty of Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering … trained under the Japanese Kosen standard; thank you for the cooperation of Daystar and the Japanese First Study School, as well as saying, “Every year, more than 500 students of the school’s graduates are qualified and skilled. If they come to Japan to work, the students will make your country satisfied. ” He also took the delegation to visit the labs and study rooms of the involved faculties in the school.
At Hue Agriculture and Forestry University, Assoc. Prof. Ph.D. Mr. Huynh Van Chuong – Vice Headmaster of the university said: “Over the past years, the University of Agriculture and Forestry has more than 300 students and trainees studied in Japan. The school also expects many students to come to Japan to study in the future.” He added: “The biggest barrier of Vietnamese students is the Japanese language. Before going to Japan to study, they need to have a good level of Japanese, which in turn reduces the will of the students. ” He asked Daystar, First Study and the school to sign a cooperation agreement in the fields of sending graduates from Agriculture and Forestry University as trainees, study abroad or internship for 6 months or 1 year in Japanese companies.
To solve this problem, Mastuoka Masahiro expressed his desire to build the First Study School in Hue City at the earliest possible time to train the Japanese language skills for students before going to study in Japan. At the same time, after reviewing the training programs in the majors of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Food Technology and Post-Harvest Technology, the three sides will cooperate to carry out the engineering studying abroad program for students who graduate in these majors. Over the past time, the First Study school has received nearly 2,000 Vietnamese students studying abroad and working in Japan. In general, after learning Japanese and major, most of students have stayed in Japan to work and learn more.
At the end of the meeting, Mr. Mastuoka Masahiro and Daystar Company were introduced to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Technology and some laboratories at the university.
With the mission to take the dream of studying abroad, and to build a prestigious brand name, as a bridge between Japanese and Vietnamese education, Daystar Group is increasingly receiving the trust of many high quality education units in Japan. It is also a prerequisite for Daystar to receive the trust of high schools, colleges and universities in bringing Vietnamese students to study and work in Japan.
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Ngoc Tinh – Minh Bon