HCM CITY — Shinhan Bank and Van Lang University last week signed a deal to offer modern financial and banking services to students, lecturers and staff, and help develop a high-quality training system at the university.
The Korean lender will work with the university to launch a convenient and safe tuition fee collection system called ‘School Banking’ that will be integrated into the university’s ERP system.
It will provide credit to build and improve facilities in the university, offer credit at low interest rates to students and financial services such as credit packages, credit cards and payroll accounts to staff.
It will offer internships and career opportunities to students after graduation.
Shin Dong Min, CEO of Shinhan Bank in Viet Nam, said the partnership opens up long-term co-operation opportunities to the two sides.
“It also aims to promote the university’s training quality and bring students more opportunities for career development after their graduation.”
Nguyễn Cao Trí, the chairman of the university, said the partnership is a foundation for greater co-operation to improve training quality and bring more benefits to students and staff. — VNS
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