NovoLanguage is part of the business delegation of 35 Dutch companies and knowledge institutions, led by the Dutch Vice Minister for Foreign Trade Mr. Marten van den Berg, to explore further business opportunities in Vietnam.
“The Vietnamese economy is growing very fast and attracts a lot of foreign investments. Good communication skills are key to unlocking this business potential. We, at NovoLanguage, see that Vietnamese people are eager to learn and to achieve their goals regarding career development. We would like to empower them to do so.” - Mr. Martijn Enter, CEO NovoLanguage.
In Hanoi on 24 October 2016, a Letter of Intent on cooperation was signed by the Vice Provost of the Duy Tan University, Dr. Le Nguyen Bao and the CEO of NovoLanguage, Mr. Martijn Enter. Duy Tan University (DTU) is the first and largest private university in the central region of Vietnam. Since starting in 2010, the university has received nearly 3,000 students in their eUniversity and delivers more than 400 well-trained graduates from this online program to the labour market every year. DTU is always seeking and selecting the highest quality partners in education and technology. In particular, recognizing that language and communication skills are key to unlocking new opportunities, the university wants to offer their e-learning students an interactive way of improving their English communication skills. “Forming the partnership with NovoLanguage is a crucial step in improving the quality of our training programs, especially for e-learning. With its great combination of the latest technology and methodology, the NovoLanguage program will give our students a new learning experience, enabling them to achieve their goals,” says Vice Provost of Duy Tan University, Dr. Le Nguyen Bao.
Press release on Thanh nien (in Vietnamese): http://thanhnien.vn/giao-duc/duy-tan-hop-tac-voi-novolanguage-ha-lan-trong-ho-tro-dao-tao-cu-nhan-truc-tuyen-759955.html
In Ho Chi Minh city on 24 October 2016, Deputy General Manager of Huong Nghiep A Au (A Au vocational school), Mrs. Nguyen Thi Quynh Anh and CEO of NovoLanguage, Mr. Martijn Enter signed a contract marking the beginning of their cooperation, as witnessed by Mr. Marten van den Berg.
Huong Nghiep A Au (HNAA), which was founded in 2010, is now one of the top vocational schools for hospitality, with 8 centers in Vietnam. HNAA is also the first school qualified to train and certify students of the chefs program in Ho Chi Minh City. With its roots in hospitality training and career advising, HNAA is not only investing in modern infrastructures and advanced equipment but is also focusing on high quality training materials and programs. “English is extremely important for people who want to develop their career in Hospitality. This is the reason why we are continuously developing and updating our Specialized English program. We want to see our students improve their communication skills in the workplace and at the same time, their knowledge of hospitality. Therefore, the partnership between HNAA and NovoLanguage is one of the most important international cooperations for us. This is a big step in bringing Hospitality English training to a new level by means of the latest technology,” says Deputy General Manager of HNAA, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Quynh Anh.
Press release on Saigon Giai Phong (in English): http://www.saigon-gpdaily.com.vn/Hochiminhcity/2016/10/121275/