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RMIT partners with Sovico and Vietjet in aviation training

Released at: 19:09, 10/09/2019

RMIT partners with Sovico and Vietjet in aviation training

Photo: RMIT Vietnam

MoU aims to improve the quality of Vietnam's workforce in aviation.

by Khanh Chi

A strategic partnership was formed on September 9 between RMIT University, the Sovico Group, and the Vietjet JSC to improve the quality of Vietnam’s workforce in aviation, management, and engineering.

The signing ceremony took place in the presence of Mr. Tran Hoai Nam, Deputy General Director of HDBank and Vice President of Vietjet, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hung, Chairman of the Sovico Group and Vice Chairman of Vietjet, and RMIT Vice-Chancellor and President Mr. Martin Bean.

Mr. Martin Bean was thrilled to announce the new agreement.

“This partnership is set to build on RMIT’s standing as Australia’s largest aviation training school and truly highlights its strong industry connections,” he said. “This collaboration will help us provide superior, industry-ready graduates who will go on to be future leaders in Vietnam’s aviation industry.”

“We are proud to work with great partners and lead in the region through our specialist courses in science, technology, aviation, and aerospace engineering.”

With this new partnership, new-age carrier Vietjet Air looks forward to elevating the quality of human resources in aviation in response to the airline’s trajectory in international expansion and standardization, while the Sovico Group will focus on developing its core mission of providing products and services in finance, banking, aviation, real estate, and manufacturing that live up to international standards and contribute to the development of the country’s economic integration.

The MoU will be effective for a period of five years.

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