Enterprise with Training Program

Enterprise with Training Program

The School Board of Directors sets criteria for education programs offered by the School of Biotechnology and Food Technology. They are frequently improving the program quality, maximizing student’s ability, meeting program learning outcomes, meeting the need of enterprises and society in the context of globalization.

Assessment is essential in improving education programs. The assessment plan also includes enterprises as employers of students who graduated from our programs. Data is collected frequently in business exchange activities organized by the School such as job fairs. The participating enterprises are major and leading enterprises in the fields of biotechnology, food technology, and other related fields and have already recruited many alumni of the School of Biotechnology and Food Technology. Some examples of these enterprises/organizations are:

  • Yakult Vietnam Co., Ltd
  • Vietnam Beer Alcohol and Beverage Technology Corporation (Vinabeco)
  • Manpower Vietnam Co., Ltd
  • 3B SCTIECH Co., Ltd
  • Kotobuki Company
  • Vina Acecook Jointstock Corporation
  • Ba Dinh Food Technology Co., Ltd
  • Lam Son Sugar Jointstock Corporation
  • Hiep Long Co., Ltd,
  • Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
In addition, we also reach out to universities around the world such as Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Nagaoka University (Japan) where our alumni are enrolled in graduate programs for their viewpoint on the quality of our undergraduate programs.

The survey questionnaires focus on three components of program learning outcomes, i.e., knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Knowledge is evaluated based on background knowledge, expertise, management, and culture. The skill component is assessed based on professional skills, problem-solving skills, communication and teamwork, the ability to work under pressure, computer skills, and the ability to communicate in English. As for the attitudes, the questionnaires focus on professional ethics, sense of discipline, honesty, sense of community, progressive attitude.

Alumni are also business leaders in the exchange and evaluation of the training program
According to the assessment conducted in 2019 and 2020, employers believe that our graduates have excellent knowledge and better professional skills than students graduated from similar programs in other universities. They meet the requirement for professional attitudes. However, some employers have pointed out that some graduates still have limited skills such as computer skills, the ability to communicate in English, and social skills.

Based on the evidence obtained from the objective surveys of employers, the School of Biotechnology and Food Technology has been gradually adjusting the undergraduate program curricula to improve the quality of education and ensure our students’ success after completing a degree at our school.