Date post: 14-05-2015
A Working Session of Japanese Delegation on Strengthening Cooperation
in the Fields of Education and Environment at Mekong University
On March 03, 2015, the delegation of Kyushu Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry (Kyushu - METI) together with representatives of a number of businesses in Japan and the Tokuyama University visited Mekong University to seek the investment opportunities in the fields of education, environment and water treatment. The delegation was warmly welcomed by Mr. Nguyen Cao Dat - Vice Chairmanof the Board of Trustees,Vice Rector;Dr. Nguyen Thanh Dung - ViceRector;and leaders of related units of Mekong University.
At the meeting, Mr. Takeuchi Kazuo - Japanese delegate's leader introduced about the Kyushu area and water treatment technology, and environmental protection. At the same time, he also expressed his desire to cooperate with the university in the field of treatment of pond water into standard usable water.
The two sides work on strengthening cooperation
Represented for Mekong University, Dr. Nguyen Thanh Dung - Vice Rector presented an overview of the university, and training disciplines. After 15 years of establishment, Mekong University has trained and provided more than 17,000 bachelors, and engineers for the Mekong Delta in general and Vinh Long Province in particular. During the meeting, Mekong University would like the partner to create favorable conditions for students majoring in mechanical engineering technology, construction engineering technology, and electrical & electronic engineering technology to practice in Japanese companies to reach the modern and high-tech, helping students be capable and qualified to work in Japanese or Vietnamese companies.
At the ending of the meeting, the two sides agreed to promote cooperation in three areas: treatment of pond water into standard water for direct use; construction of solar and wind power systems; and training students to be skillful to meet the demands of the labor market in Japanese companies.
Leaders of two sides offer souvenirs
The two units take photos together