Keidanren & JCCI presented scholarships to the University of Danang’s students


On November 11, the Japanese Business Federation (Keidanren) in collaboration with the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) held the 2020 Keidanren & JCCI Scholarship Presentation Ceremony to students from the University of Danang (UD)’s member universities and affiliated units.

Overview of the ceremony.

Attending the ceremony were Mr. Kinoshita Tadahiro - representative of Keidanren, Director General of Sojitz Vietnam; Mr. Matsunami Keita – Head of Social Contributions and Human Development Division – JCCI, Director General of Mizuho Bank (Hanoi); Mr. Onose Takahisa – President of JCCI Danang; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Le Quang Son – Vice President of the UD; leader representatives of functional departments (International Cooperation, Student Affairs), the UD’s Japan Center and the scholarship recipients.

Speaking at the ceremony, the UD’s Vice President Le Quang Son highly appreciated the consideration and practical support of Keidanren & JCCI to the UD’s students. This is the valuable encouragement, motivation for students to constantly overcome difficulties, to excel in learning and make a positive contribution to the community and the country.

The UD's Vice President Le Quang Son.

Over the years, the UD has always attached special importance to the friendly and traditional cooperative relationship with Japanese partners. In that spirit, the UD established the Japan Center as a contact point to connect and promote the collaboration among the UD with Japanese enterprises, universities, organizations, etc.

At the ceremony, Mr. Kinoshita Tadahiro emphasized that this was the 19th consecutive time that Keidanren & JCCI have presented scholarships for about 1,800 Vietnamese students, including many from the UD.

Representatives from Keidanren & JCCI.

Mr. Matsunami Keita congratulated the students for their efforts, at the same time believed that they would continue to strive in the study, practice and contribution to the community and friendship between the two countries in the future.

Representatives of Keidanren & JCCI presented 20 scholarships (300 USD/slot) to 20 students of the UD. These are students whose difficult family circumstances achieved high results in study and practice, actively participated in social activities or had high scores of admission to the UD (for freshmen).

Scholarship presentation.

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