Workshop on career opportunities – vocational training in Europe (Germany – Hungary)


TVU – On April 16, 2022, Tra Vinh University cooperated with EI Investment and Education Group Joint Stock, and DHT Company to organize a workshop on career opportunities – vocational training in Europe (Germany – Hungary) at Lecture Hall D5, Area 1 – Tra Vinh University.

Attending the workshop were Ms. Pham Thi Ha An – Director of Southern Admissions, Director of Representative Office in Tra Vinh; Mr. Nguyen Quoc Anh – German expert; Mr. Hasanzik – German expert; Ms. Do Thi Thu Tra – Chief Representative of DC Handel Hungary Company; Ms. Huynh My Phuong – Director of Employment Service Center. Moreover, the program welcomed over 150 students interested in European job opportunities and studying abroad.

Ms. Pham Thi Ha An – Southern Admissions Director, Representative of EI Education and Investment Group Joint Stock shared: “When participating in the European abroad job-study program, especially in the Federal Republic of Korea, Germany, and Hungary, students will be guaranteed a variety of job opportunities, an international working environment with attractive salaries, free training schedule to have a second degree, and the opportunity to settle down in another country.”

Ms. Ngoc, a third-year student at the School of Nursing, asked: “When participating in an abroad job-study program in Germany, do students need a German language certification? If so, how long does it take to complete the language course to meet the standards?”

“When participating in a job-study abroad program in Germany, students must have at least a B1 degree in German. The duration of a German course is about 6-8 months. It depends on each student’s capacity.” – Mr. Nguyen Quoc Anh shared.

“When participating in the European job-study program in Hungary, are there any standards for students, and do they need to learn Hungarian?” – Tram, a third-year student majoring in Nursing, asked.

Ms. Do Thi Thu Tra – Chief Representative of DC Handel Hungary answered: “The age standard for students when participating in a job program in Hungary is from 18 to 50 years old, with a minimum 2-year working contract. Students must be healthy according to the regulations of the Vietnamese and Hungarian governments and have a clear background. The company will have Hungarian-speaking staff to support in the first year. Besides, students can self-study to communicate in basic Hungarian.”

After 3 hours of exchanging, students were introduced to job opportunities – vocational training in Germany and Hungary. The companies also answered the questions directly about issues related to the work-study program in Europe. The workshop brought a lot of necessary information, job opportunities, and career orientation for students.

Thy Truong