Home   >  News & Events  >   News  >  
Concluding the Korean language training course for employees of Samsung Electronics Thai Nguyen
On June 12th, 2019, USSH and Samsung Electronics Viet Nam-Thai Nguyen held the concluding ceremony of the Korean language training course for distinguished employees in 2019

On behalf of the team of lecturers, Dr. Le Thi Thu Giang (Faculty of Oriental Studies, USSH) summarized the results: the course involves 16 students and lasted for 13 weeks, from March 11th to June 12th, 2019. Each session lasted for 10 hours from the morning to the evening each day. Many of the students scored notable achievements in the tests and exams. The lecturers hoped that after the course, the students would further cultivate and develop their Korean language capability to gain more successes in their lives and careers.

On behalf of USSH's Board of Rectors, Assoc.Prof.Dr Hoang Anh Tuan (USSH's Vice Rector) gave his thanks to Samsung Electronics for having trusted and chosen USSH as the institution training Korean language for its distinguished employees for many years. The University hoped in the coming time, Samsung Electronics would continue to pick it as its training partner. The Vice Rector also expressed his impression with the results scored by the students. He hoped by further cultivating Korean language capability, the students would gain more understanding of Korean culture, country and people, which would support their future careers. In addition, students that want to further improve their Korean can request the University to open more classes. 

On behalf of Samsung Electronics, Mr. Bae IL Hwan highly appreciated the rich experiences of USSH in training affairs. The Company has collaborated with the University to hold 04 courses with 58 students, many of whom have been working for Samsung Electronics and proven to be highly efficient. Upon returning to the company, the students successfully make use of what they have learned from the courses. He hoped in the coming time, USSH's cooperation with Samsung Electronics would become even more intense.

 Minh Anh - VNU Media
  Print     Send