First practical career satisfactory “Trained-in-GermanY” in Vietnam

<!–

begin–>

<!–

finish –>

The initial practical career satisfactory “Trained-in-GermanY” in Vietnam took place on Dec 3, 2015. It was orderly by Alumniportal Deutschland in team-work with a German Business Association (GBA) in Vietnam and a Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Vietnam (GIC/AHK Vietnam).

More than 200 Germany-Alumni logged in on Dec 3 to a practical career satisfactory “Trained in GermanY” Vietnam. They had a eventuality to accommodate with a HR Representatives from 23 German and internal companies in Vietnam such as Siemens, Mercedes Benz, Bosch or DB Schenker or organizations such as a Vietnamese-German University (VGU) or GIZ and request for a pursuit or learn about career options.  Here we can download a list of a participating companies. For many visitors and exhibitors a format was utterly new, though a feedback was certain and with an active appearance with an normal of 73 visitors per booth.

A few weeks progressing a successful career satisfactory on site took place in Vietnam too. More than 1500 Germany-Alumni and immature professionals came together with HR member from some-more than 30 companies during a „TALENTBIZ German Job Fair 2015“ in Ho-Chi-Minh-City. Here you can review some-more about this event.

 Virtual Career Fair - Main Hall Virtual Career Fair - Exhibition Hall 1

How does a practical satisfactory work?

You register for a fair. On a day of a career fair, we entrance a eventuality height and accommodate employers around Chat during their booths to find out about vacancies and career options. Participation is giveaway of charge, though registration on Alumniportal Deutschland is required.

 

– Back to: Alumni news

Article source: http://www.alumniportal-deutschland.org/en/alumni-news/news-detail/news/the-first-virtual-career-fair-trained-in-germany-in-vietnam.html?tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=1903&cHash=d98a11b034ad28119dfd8743aac538b0

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.