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Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology, and Biomedical Engineering Training at DTU

Applicants choosing DTU for their journey of university studies make a good choice with these majors, as they bring benefits upon graduation and opportunities for work and internships in Japan with full financial support.
Significant advances in science & technology along with aging populations in many countries lead to new challenges for human resources in these fields, both in quality and in quantity. The current shortage of high-quality manpower is an opportunity for young people with a passion for Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology, or Biomedical Engineering to access the best job opportunities, both domestically and internationally. With the university’s many years of experience in training for medicine, pharmacy, and nursing and its top 70+ rank of the world in the Shanghai Ranking in 2023, candidates choosing DTU for their journey of university studies make a good choice with these majors, as they bring benefits upon graduation and opportunities for work and internships in Japan with full financial support.
Study NURSING with opportunities for internships and work in Japan
Not only in Vietnam but also in many other countries around the world, there is currently a high demand for skilled nurses at hospitals, medical centers, and nursing homes. Countries and territories like Japan, Taiwan, Germany, the US, and Canada are seeking to improve the quantity and quality of nurses in their healthcare systems. In recent years, Southeast Asian countries and particularly Vietnam have become a focal point for many developed countries seeking nursing manpower.
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DTU signs agreements with numerous healthcare institutions and universities both domestically and internationally to improve its medical training
To secure quality manpower, many developed countries come to Vietnam to collaborate with universities on training programs and content or to provide medical equipment for learning and research. At DTU for example, Glome Management Inc. donated two Japanese-standard nursing-skills practice rooms worth hundreds of millions of VND, equipped with specialized nursing equipment: homecare and hospital beds, anti-decubitus mattresses, RKW-302 trolleys, Cole Mat C hyper (MSN1200) HCH-1, KT-95HD Naturals, and MY-22258 infusion poles.
DTU also has agreements with various organizations and businesses to improve education in these fields. Besides Japanese institutions like:
? SEIREI Social Welfare Group,
? Glome Health Group, and
? the Japanese National Council for Elderly and Blind,
there are many big medical universities around the world, such as:
? University of Pittsburgh (UPitt): 7th best university by medical research in the US according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH),
? University of Illinois Chicago (UIC): largest-scale training in medicine & pharmacy in the US (in terms of number of both students and majors),
? Duke-NUS Medical School (Singapore): Southeast Asian leader in public and community health,
? Ben-Gurion University (Israel),
? Burapha University, Khon Kaen University, and Mahidol University (Thailand), and
? Dong-A University (South Korea).
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Many DTU students have done internships in Japan with their expenses fully covered
Currently, DTU students of Nursing have opportunities to work and do internships in Japan with their expenses fully covered already while still studying. These students are highly regarded by recruiters for their specialized knowledge and professional skills, both during interviews and while working or doing internships abroad. Notable examples include:
? Tran Thi Linh Da, working at Taketou Hospital,
? Huynh Le Bao Ngoc, who studied General Practitioner, working at the Koujinkai social medical corporation,
? Truong Thi Dieu Thuy and Dao Van Luc, working for the Junseikai medical association,
? Lam Thi Vy and Pham Thi Thanh Huyen, working at the Hannan medical association,
? Van Ngoc Hai, working at Nomiya Hospital,
? Phan Duc Anh Tuan and Le Thi Thanh Nga, working at Sato Hospital,
? Le Thi Thu Ha and Nguyen Thi Diem My, working at Kawasaki Hospital,
? Nguyen Nguyet Trang, Nguyen Duc Hoan My, Nguyen Thi Bich Hang, Le Thi Thu Hien, and Le Bao Quy, doing internships at Shinken Kougyo JSC,
? Nguyen Kim Truong, doing an internship at Koyama Group,
? Bui Ngoc Bao Tram and Pham Vu Cat Tuong, doing internships at Yaetsubaki LLC.
Medical Laboratory Technology is becoming a popular choice among students in the context of global and Vietnamese epidemics, which may recur and cause further turmoil. This is especially the case since the sudden onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 has underscored the importance of this field. According to statistics, medical tests influence 70% of medical decisions, with nearly 100% of rational medical decisions based on accurate and consistent test results.
In Vietnam today, nearly every hospital and healthcare facility from district level upwards has a medical laboratory, but there is a shortage of personnel. According to the General Statistics Office on medical network planning for 2021–2030, about 65 thousand extra laboratory technicians will be needed by 2025, and demand is expected to continue to increase in the following years. This shows that career prospects for graduates in this field will be very nice.
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Modern and integrated facilities for Medical Laboratory Technology and Biomedical Engineering at DTU
DTU aims to develop Medical Laboratory Technology manpower with a solid foundation of scientific and medical knowledge and with extensive knowledge and skills in clinical medicine, preventive medicine, and community health.
Additionally, students are able to do scientific research and to improve their capabilities on their own, and they possess the ethics, spirit, confidence, and creativity needed to engage and work in an international environment.
Specifically, there are broad job opportunities for students of Biomedical Engineering due to the strong development of science & technology and the financial resources that have enabled many hospitals to import a range of modern medical devices. However, there is currently a significant shortage of personnel capable of proficient and effective use of these devices. The demand from hospitals for technical experts who can manage, operate, maintain, and repair medical equipment is very high and continues to increase in the context of population aging.
At DTU, the major of Biomedical Engineering is taught over a period of 4.5 years. The university has developed a training program that ensures Biomedical Engineering students are fully equipped with basic knowledge of chemistry, physics, and biology, and with specialized knowledge and skills in bioinformatics, diagnostic & imaging processing, physiological signal processing, biomechanics, biomaterials, physiological systems analysis, and 3D modeling in healthcare.
Students of the major also gain extensive expertise related to electronics, medical physics, medical devices, and current foundational technologies in healthcare, as well as knowledge and skills relevant to Biomedical Engineering - to meet the high-quality human-resource standards of the industry. DTU students of Biomedical Engineering furthermore develop their professional skills related to medical development and production, such as with biocompatible prosthetics, medical devices, diagnostic equipment, and imaging devices like ultrasound, X-ray, and CT.
Alongside classroom learning, DTU students of Biomedical Engineering engage in hands-on laboratory work with complete and up-to-date equipment that meet current industry standards throughout their studies:
? Center for Advanced Chemistry (CACE),
? Center for Molecular Biology (CEMB),
? Center for Electrical Engineering (CEE),
? Center for Mechanical Engineering (CME),
? laboratories and practice rooms of the DTU College of Medicine & Pharmacy (CMP),
? Medical Simulation Center (MedSIM),
all of which offer a range of modern equipment for teaching, learning, and research.
For more information on enrollment, see http://tuyensinh.duytan.edu.vn
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