MOTIVE Erasmus+ Project: Dissemination event, training and workshops in Hanoi

Hanoi Tourism College, partner of MOTIVE Project, organized the dissemination event, training and workshops in Hanoi, Vietnam.

From 12 to 15 September 2022, the project dissemination event, training and workshops with the topic “Graduates data analysis: role and importance” took place in Hanoi, Vietnam, in the framework of MOTIVE (Monitoring Trends in Vietnamese graduates Employment) Erasmus+ Project. It was hosted by Hanoi Tourism College, partner of the Project.

Participants of the meeting include representatives from Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam and other stakeholders: several Colleges from the Tourism Sector from Center and South of Vietnam and also representative of some important companies representing the Business community from tourism sector.

Participants from Europe, the project Coordinator Interuniversity Consortium AlmaLaurea and FH Joanneum-University of Applied Sciences (Austria).

Participants from Vietnam include the project partners: Hanoi University; Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology; National University of Arts Education; Vietnam National University of Agriculture; Thai Nguyen University; Hanoi University of Home Affairs; Hanoi Tourism College; Halong University; Academy of Journalism and Communication as well as representatives of Business community, Hanoi Small and Medium Enterprise Association HanoiSME (Vietnam).

At meeting participated more than 60 people, staff members of the Consortium, local authorities, other universities staff and companies. At dissemination event were presented the Project objectives, expected and achieved results and outcomes, sustainability and dissemination future strategies as well as the preliminary results of the first Vietnamese aggregate Graduates Employment Status results of the universities involved in the Project.

Important and fruitful dialog took place among the universities present at meeting and representatives of the business community, in order to better understand the companies needs in terms of human resources and graduates skills and how higher education can offer better graduates to the labour market.

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