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Michelle Company Recruits students majoring in Graphic Design and Architecture

On March 3rd, Michelle, a Japanese company, visited DTU to recruit students majoring in Graphic Design and Architecture.  Operating in Vietnam since 2010, Michelle recently recruited more employees, broadening opportunities for DTU students to find suitable well-paid jobs.  
Công ty Michelle Tuy?n d?ng Sinh viên ngành Thi?t k? Ð? h?a và Ki?n trúc  
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Quang, Head of the Department of Technique and Profession
Michelle is a 100% Japanese capital subsidiary company, owned by Rubber Soul company in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to Michelle in Vietnam, Rubber Soul has established two subsidiary companies in China and Myanmar.
With only 30 employees at its establishment, Michelle Vietnam now has up to 200 employees. Operating in many fields, including Data Processing on advertising such as image processing for print design, catalogue, tourism publication and books for Japanese tourists, Michelle has developed more and more with an ever-increasing number of orders.
Michelle has some requirements for applicants to start working right after graduation. Students must have basic graphic design skills and be able to use some popular graphic software and draw in 3D. Especially, they should be responsible for their work and commit to work for them long-term.         
Successful candidates will be trained professionally until they can work, while still receiving a salary and preferential policy. Students who are good at Japanese and Vietnamese can work not only in Vietnam but also in Japan and in the other countries where Rubber Soul company has subsidiary companies. Currently, Michelle Vietnam will recruit about 40 students to expand its business.

(Media Center)