smentor.ac.vn – SMENTOR Institute met with the deans of the University of Finance – Marketing (UFM) on August 16, 2019, to present the recommendations for establishing the Business Internship for the Logistic sector.
At the Business Internship Center under the Smentor Institute, in the past 3 years, vocational training has been implemented for many universities and colleges such as the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City University of Agriculture and Forestry, Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Ho Chi Minh City College of Economics, etc.
Furthermore, the Institute has completed a business internship for a multitude of major and small businesses, including SMENTOR Co., Ltd., Khang Thong Group Joint Stock Company, RICHS Vietnam Institute, Kanvis, and Tam Chau Group.
The Business Internship may be described as the “golden key” to solving the output problem for professions in general, and the Logistics sector in particular. According to the Institute, there is a present shortage of human resources in the logistics business in the southern area in particular, and throughout the country in general.
To address this issue, the Institute collaborated with the Vietnam Logistics Association to create a policy to establish a business internship for the logistics sector, and Ms. Vo Thi Phuong Lan was instrumental in this effort (Head of Training Department of the Vietnam Logistics Association).
As a result, the Institute aims to deploy the logistics business program to a wide range of institutions and colleges in order to foster an atmosphere in which students may engage in their first and second years of business education. At the same time, arrange for final-year students to interview for jobs at appropriate firms.
SMENTOR Institute met with the deans of the University of Finance – Marketing (UFM) on August 16, 2019, to present the proposal for implementing the Logistic Business Internship.
The Institute and the University of Finance – Marketing will have several sessions to sit together to develop the business training curriculum so that logistics students have a practical, relevant, and beneficial experience.