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DTU Teaching Quality meets Social Requirements

In recent years, society has become more and more concerned about academic teaching quality. Many universities have steadily improved their teaching methods to meet these standards but some have not. Consequently, the local labor force often cannot meet the requirements of perspective employers. 

As the first and largest private university in Central Vietnam, teaching quality has been one of the top priorities at DTU. The university has effectively upgraded teaching methods and programs and expanded partnerships with both local companies and international institutions to achieve this objective. DTU students now have access to state-of-the-art teaching methods and materials, which encourages them to study harder and have the opportunity to experience the working environment by working on projects at DTU business partners.
Mr. Nguyen Tuan Anh, a graduate of the DTU/CMU program

 Mr. Nguyen Tuan Anh, a graduate of the DTU/CMU program, currently works for the Enclave Company. He said: “At DTU, we were taught about software technology in a professional way. When we conducted our projects, we were fortunate enough to have access to the latest technology and equipment, together with the strong support of our DTU faculty and American professors. As a result, we all find it much easier to adapt to practical working environments”.

Miss Pham Thi Le Trinh is also a DTU alumnus who majored in Information System. She is currently working full-time at Enclave. She said: “Four years studying at DTU helped me improve my academic and communication skills. Supervised by our CMU lecturers, their teaching methods encouraged us to work independently to manage and complete our projects. This enhanced our teamwork, presentation skills and self-confidence”. 
Miss Pham Thi Le Trinh addresses the 2012 Graduation Ceremony

 Enhancing relationships with local companies is an innovation at DTU. The university has updated teaching methods and curricula to adapt to corporate requirements. Feedback from DTU partners has played a significant role in regular modifications to DTU programs, providing a clear direction for the education of highly-qualified graduates for the local labor force and more career opportunities for all.

“In their third year at DTU, students have the opportunity to meet with representatives from local companies such as Enclave, FPT, Game Loft, LogiGear and so on. Companies visit DTU to introduce themselves, offer jobs and to share their experiences on how to be successful in a career. They welcome DTU interns and many of us have soon been offered full-time positions”, added Mr. Nguyen Tuan Anh.
DTU students visit the Nam Hai Resort 

The Nam Hai Resort, the Intercontinental Hotel, Hoang Dat Silver Shores and others have come to DTU to look for new employees for the Tourism industry.

Ms. Tran Thi Canh, Deputy General Director of The Nam Hai Resort said: “Currently, we have about 60 DTU alumni working for us in various positions. Some of them have reached management positions in IT, Villa supervision and so on. Most of them are fluent in English and confident communicators. They are all self-motivated and work hard for us. Our customers, especially foreigners are impressed with them.

DTU has made a wise decision to train them in soft skills as part of their academic program. Recently, the Nam Hai Resort has started offering internships to DTU students. You are all welcome at the Nam Hai”.
Partnerships like this one have benefited DTU students in their studies and research. More than 89% of DTU graduates find jobs within six months of graduation, demonstrating the progress that DTU has made over the past eighteen years.
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