Vietnamese medical students to have chance to study, work in Japan

According to the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Japan’s International University of Health and Welfare (IUHW)’s memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in training and developing human resources for the sector in Hanoi on August 13, Vietnamese medical students will have chance to study and work in Japan.

Vietnamese medical students to have chance to study, work in Japan

At the signing ceremony, Vietnamese Health Minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tien stressed that the newly-signed MoU will bring opportunities for Vietnamese students to get full scholarships to study at IUHW’s leading training facilities as well as employment in Japanese and Vietnamese health facilities under IUHW’s management.
Public servants in the Ministry will also have chance to take part in short-term fresher courses to improve their ability in management of medicine policies and social security policies, Ms. Tien said.
Under the MoU, approximately 10 Vietnamese students will be granted an annual maximum of full scholarships to pursue training in IUHW’s educational facilities.
The five-year cooperation will train Vietnamese students majoring in community health, nursing, physical therapy, occupational diseases, health care management and social services


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