A Discussion with Students by Department of Office Administration at TVU


 At 18:30 on April 20th, 2011, Department of Office Administration (DOA) directly under TVU held a discussion with over 500 students studying at the department with the aims at listening and answering their questions related to their study, tests, and jobs after graduation, and so on. Also faculty of the department and representatives from other offices such as Office of Supervision and Legislation, Office of Students Affairs, Office of Testing and Quality, Academic Office, and Youth Union participated in the discussion.

There were a lot of questions related to different areas, including the hottest concern of employment after graduation. Answering questions about employment, Ms. Phung Thi Phuong Khanh – Head of DOA said that recently  an employment assistant crew has been founded to assist students with their employment and cooperating with businesses in order to provide students with latest information in recruitments and offer employment guarantee after graduation.

Representing Office of Student Affairs, Mr. Nguyen Hoang Bao – the chief of the office  – also shared, “Job hunting is not difficult, whether it is or not a lot depends on if students would like to be far way from home (outside the province)”. He also said the Office of Student Affairs has had a group helping finding jobs for students, a number of businesses inside and outside the province and even foreign investors in Vietnam have organized job interviews for TVU students. Simultaneously, when developing training programs, the university surveyed the labor markets’ needs, and offered courses to meet the training orders from businesses. In practice, employment for graduates has been of top concerns of the Rector Board; therefore, the university has provided students with opportunities and conditions so that they can have skills and qualification to be confident of success in their job interview after graduating.

In addition, some of the questions regarding to articulation training programs, degrees of this kind of training, subject exemption, and so on were answered specifically by Lieu Thanh Tam, MA.  – Deputy of Academic Office

A part of the discussion was sharing finding ideal job experience by alumni of the office administration program. Students were shared by those alumni who have been successful in many areas with tips, experience when looking for jobs and finding ideal jobs as well.

The discussion did provide all participating students with useful information, did answer questions and created a connection between students and DOA, TVU; whereby DOA and TVU better understood demands of students in order to provide them with in-time support, enabling them to be more confident in their study and be prepared for their real life.

News & photos: Thanh Son