From March 28 to March 30, 2023, meetings and seminars of the project “Monitoring trends in Vietnamese employment for graduates” (MOTIVE) were held in the city of Graz, Austria. The delegation of the PTIT led by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dang Hoai Bac, the President as the head of the delegation, attended the activities.
After the opening speech and welcoming the leaders of the project member universities, the research teams of 9 Vietnamese universities that are part of the project reported on the results of the first phase of the study, the portal system to monitor employment trends and project sustainability. The European partners of the project also presented objective assessments of the research results as well as recommended solutions to improve the quality of the results of analysis and reports. At the meetings, the project member schools including PTIT also presented the preliminary results of the second survey. It is expected that the analysis report for the second survey will be completed in July 2023.
The delegation of PTIT had parallel working sessions with FH Joaneum University of Applied Sciences and international partners of the project such as the University of Barcelona, the University of Seville, the for the International Cooperation and Mobility Agency INCOMA (Spain), Vienna University of Technology (Austria) on the possibility of enhancing cooperation in exchange of students and lecturers, cooperation in training master’s programs in English, cooperation in implementing practical programs. business group in Europe… The parties committed to soon implement the cooperation contents on the basis of the project’s success from 2020 up to now. Right at the working sessions, some initial results were agreed upon by the stakeholders. Accordingly, in the near future, there will be 01 first student in Marketing of PTIT who will start a paid internship program at an enterprise in Italy lasting for 5 months; 01 intern from Italy will come to practice at PTIT in the field of cloud computing. Cooperation programs for master’s training in English, international program accreditation will continue to be actively discussed by stakeholders to agree on related contents.