Tiếng Việt


A Seminar on “The Five Essential Soft Skills for IT Students

On May 26, DTU and the Danang branch of Global Cybersoft Vietnam held a seminar on “The Five Essential Soft Skills for IT Students”. Attendees included Mr. Truong Quoc Tuan, a Director of Global Cybersoft Vietnam, Mr. Nguyen Duc Man, Dean of the DTU International School, DTU lecturers and students from the CMU advanced programs.
Mr. Tuong Quoc Tuan 
Established in 2000 and based in California in the USA, Global CyberSoft Vietnam JSC (GCS) is one of the leading national software outsourcing and IT service providers. In 2013, DTU and Global Cybersoft signed an agreement to develop an IT workforce, hold seminars and provide internships.

Mr. Tuan provided interesting information about the five soft skills needed by senior IT students in the CMU program. These were in communications, teamwork, research, problem-solving and planning.  “All skills are important but you should focus on these five skills at university. In addition to knowledge and practical experience, these skills will be the key to your future success.” he said.

Mr. Man confirmed that by saying: “Everything we do requires soft skills to make our jobs easier. Your capabilities are not just measured by your test scores but also by the projects and competitions you take part in and the products you create. In addition to learning from your lecturers, students should always be inquisitive, get hands-on experience and be fully-equipped to confidently and successfully start up their own future businesses.” 

(Media Center)