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Hinrich Foundation and TBS Group open applications for Global Trade Leader scholarships and careers for Vietnamese, Cambodians and Burmese 1

HO CHI MINH CITY, March 9, 2017 – The non-profit Hinrich Foundation (www.hinrichfoundation.com) and TBS Group (www.tbsgroup.vn/en) open applications for Global Trade Leader Scholarships for:

  • Vietnamese, Cambodian and Burmese citizens – Master of Science in Global Production Engineering & Management at Vietnamese-German University in Ho Chi Minh City.
  • Vietnamese citizens – Master of Business Administration from Western Sydney University and at the University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City.
  • Current year 2 students taking Bachelor of Logistics & Supply Chain Management at Vietnam National University – International University.

Details for these full-funded scholarships and career development opportunities are available at https://hinrichfoundation.com/trade-scholarship-careers/scholarship/.

“Demand is growing for people with the education, mindset and passion to be leaders in the manufacturing sector in the region.” said Alex Boome, Program Director of the Hinrich Foundation. “The objective of the scholarships is to enable people passionate about manufacturing to enhance their skills and give them the opportunity to have a successful career in this field.”

A partnership and scholarship to develop next-generation leaders

TBS Group is a leading company in Vietnam engaged in shoe and handbag manufacturing, logistics, real estates and industrial infrastructure development.

With this partnership, TBS Group and Hinrich Foundation provide a unique opportunity for bright young people to develop professionally and academically so they can play leadership roles with the firm.

“Each scholarship for degree programs is a collaborative effort between the Hinrich Foundation, academia and industry partners such as TBS,” said Mai Nguyen, Education Program Manager of the Hinrich Foundation. “We not only provide full financial support to the scholarship recipients, but also offer a well-designed internship for at least 6 months in-between studies and a job placement upon graduation.”

Quality schools developing in-demand skills and leadership mindset

The Vietnamese-German University is a Vietnamese state university based in Ho Chi Minh City founded in 2008. Professors from Germany and around the world teach the master’s program in Global Production Engineering and Management in English at the Binh Duong campus, near Ho Chi Minh City. The program enables engineers to create systematic technological innovation combined with efficient and effective industrial business management and production management.

The University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City is one of 14 key universities of Vietnam. Since 1976, UEH has trained about tens of thousands of qualified and prestigious officers, economists, administrators from undergraduate to post-graduate levels. With excellent achievements during more than 35 years of establishment and development, UEH has been awarded many medals for academic excellence.

How to apply

Vietnamese, Cambodian and Burmese citizens may view scholarship application details and apply online at https://hinrichfoundation.com/trade-scholarship-careers/scholarship/, or email to [email protected] for further information.

About TBS group

With 25 years of experience pioneering the footwear industry in Vietnam, TBS Group has now become a leading multi-sector enterprises, providing integrated solutions to their clients ranging from footwear, handbags and investment and asset management to logistics, hospitality and retail.

TBS Group looks to solidify their position as the most trusted multidisciplinary group in Vietnam and the region. They aim to showcase Vietnam’s range of intellectual resources in the global marketplace, helping industries to take their place in global supply chains.

About the Hinrich Foundation

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