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An Agreement with the Healthcare Accelerator Legal Health organization of Japan

DTU signed an agreement with the Healthcare Accelerator Legal Health organization of Japan to broaden internship and career opportunities for students who want to work there. 
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân Ký Biên b?n Ghi nh? v?i T? ch?c Y t? Pháp nhân Healthcare Accelerator
The online agreement signing
Mr. Ohta Yuki said: “The Covid-19 pandemic has seriously affected the medical system in Japan but, in the interim, many new hospitals have been built for the timely treatment of patients. We hope that Vietnamese students will be able to intern and work in Japan in the near future, but meanwhile we will continue to donate medical equipment to help DTU students improve their medical practice skills."
The agreement came after a period of investigation and discussion between the partners. Students will be assisted applying for internship visas to Japan and those with the highest grades or with financial difficulties will receive special scholarships and will study with Japanese experts. 
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân Ký Biên b?n Ghi nh? v?i T? ch?c Y t? Pháp nhân Healthcare Accelerator
Representatives of Healthcare Accelerator Legal Health and DTU
Japanese lecturers will first come to DTU with the appropriate materials to teach the basic nursing skills, Japanese language, medical terms and the culture,
DTU has also collaborated previously with: 
- The Suganuma Corporation, 
- The Glome Management Group, to implement a Japanese language program at DTU, provide training equipment and grant 30 scholarships to the first enrollees 
- The SEIREI Social Welfare community, to teach at DTU and send lecturers and students to Japan to improve their qualifications.   
- The Halmstad University from Sweden, to help students achieve the required level of English to enroll in the advanced shared curriculum
-  JOOSS Education & Training Support, to introduce students to Japanese universities. help them improve their Japanese for future work and strengthen educational and cultural cooperation
Based on the agreement with the Glome Management, six months from now, 14 DTU students will go to Japan to work as paid nursing assistants, including:
- Tran Thi Linh Da, at the Taketou Hospital
- Huynh Le Bao Ngoc and Truong Thi Dieu Thuy, at the KOUJINKAI Health Corporation
- Dao Van Luc and Lam Thi Vy at the JUNSEIKAI Health Corporation
- Van Thi Thuy Lien and Ngo Ngoc Quynh Anh at the ABASARI Health Corporation
- Pham Thi Thanh Huyen at HANNAN
- Van Ngoc Hai and Phan Thi Thuy Tien at the NOMIYA Hospital
Ð?i h?c Duy Tân ký k?t h?p tác và dua sinh viên di Nh?t
The latest nursing laboratory training equipment donated by Glome
In 2020, the Glome Management Group donated DTU nursing lab equipment, worth 600 million VND, including one homecare room and one hospital room, with beds with Antidecubitus mattresses, a cabinet, a trolley, a Cole Mat C hyper (MSN1200) HCH-1, a bed table, an MY-22258 infusion pole and a Home-Diagnosis medical bag with consumables. 
For detailed information, please contact the DTU Enrollment Center
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