(BGO) – On March 25, Vice Chairman of the Bac Giang provincial People’s Committee (PPC) Le Anh Duong welcomed a working delegation from Japanese Group Morinomiya at the PPC Office led by Yoshihira Kojima – Vice President of the Group.
At the meeting, Yoshihira Kojima briefed the host on the Morinomiya as an educational group with two educational facilities of Morinomiya University of Medical Sciences and Morinomiya College of Medical Sciences which are specialized in training nurses and physiotherapy staff.
The overview of the meeting.
Morinomiya Group also planned to establish a Japanese Language Facility to train the Japanese to foreigners in April 2019. When entering this facility, the foreign students will spend two years on studying Japanese and another two years on nursing at Morinomiya College of Medical Sciences.
After completing 4 years of studying, they will be granted a Japanese certificate on nursing and obtain various working opportunities at Japanese hospitals.
PPC Vice Chairman Le Anh Duong presents the souvenir gift to Yoshihira Kojima.
According to Yoshihira Kojima, Bac Giang was the first province Morinomiya Group selected to cooperate, hence wishing to present a scholarship programme to about 15 students in the province per year, including 02 years to study Japanese and 02 years to study at medical college with 50 percent and 100 percent scholarships.
On his turn, PPC Vice Chairman Le Anh Duong expressed his sincere thank for the kind attention from the Morinomiya Group to Bac Giang province. Also, he requested the guest to provide more detailed information on the scholarship programme to local students such as condition, quantity and time among others.
The delegates pose for a photo with the leaders in Bac Giang province.
He also assigned the provincial sectors with the Ministry of Training and Education as the contact point to communicate about the programme to all high school students in the province and add the content to their vocational guidance agenda while connecting the group with the local agencies which are specialized at overseas studying so that both sides can discuss for future cooperation.
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