Enderun Colleges, VSE Institute team up for global educational opportunities
Vietnam Sales & Engineering (VSE) Institute and Enderun Colleges have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to establish a strategic partnership to provide students access to various international education opportunities. The MOA was signed on March 9, 2023, at Enderun Colleges and was attended by the leadership teams and students from both institutions.
The collaboration between VSE Institute and Enderun Colleges will create a platform for knowledge-sharing and skills development in various fields such as project management, languages, culinary arts, and hospitality, among other lifelong learning programs. The partnership promotes international education, cultural exchange, and experiential learning, empowering students to become global citizens and future leaders in their respective fields.
The signing ceremony was attended by Hu%u1EF3nh Kim Th%u1ECBnh, General Manager of VSE Institute, Kim Toan, Assistant to General Manager of VSE Institute, Dr. Edgardo Rodriguez, Ph.D., President of Enderun Colleges, Tricia Tensuan, Vice President of Enderun Colleges, and Loida Flojo LPT, Director of Enderun Extension, among other key representatives from both institutions. The agreement formalizes the commitment to collaborate and establish reciprocal partnerships that will enable students to benefit from the expertise and resources of both institutions.
Dr. Rodriguez recalls, “During 2012 and 2013, we were approached by the Vietnamese government to conduct strategic management workshops. As a result of our involvement, we developed a scorecard and engaged in planning, which ultimately led to our successful participation in the Vietnamese Education Expo.” With the established partnership between Enderun Colleges and VSE Institute, Dr. Rodriguez stresses, “The dedication and determination demonstrated by our Vietnamese hosts are admirable. I hope this memorandum will lead to a mutually beneficial partnership between our organizations. Thank you for your presence, and I guarantee that we will do everything possible to support this alliance.”
Dir. Paulo Benito Tugbang, M.D, Office of Product and Market Development, Gwen Batoon CSEE, Head of the Office of Product and Market Development ASEAN, and Marissa Masangkay, Senior Tourism Officer of the Department of Tourism (DOT) were in attendance as well to witness this momentous event. The DOT is instrumental in forging strong relations and bilateral agreements between Vietnamese and Philippine educational institutions. DOT held an ESL Roadshow in Vietnam last November, and many schools worldwide participated in the series of events held in Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi.
“We're very happy to have witnessed this momentous occasion. This event advances a shared vision of providing students with world-class education and skills development opportunities. I do hope that this partnership will last a lifetime and something that other institutions could emulate,” said Dir. Tugbang.
Indeed, the partnership between Enderun Colleges and VSE Institute promotes cross-cultural understanding and helps students develop a global perspective. This endeavor also encourages students to nurture critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and leads to greater career opportunities in a globalized economy where intercultural skills are highly valued.
VSE Institute is a pioneer business and engineering academy in Vietnam that seeks to provide global engineering and business engineering training programs to empower students to allow them to collaborate, learn, and develop important skills needed in the sales and engineering industry.
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