RoK-funded vocational school opens in Phu Quoc

Friday, 2017-10-27 17:39:56
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The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Vietnam–Republic of Korea Vocational School (Credit:
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NDO/VNA – The Vietnam–Republic of Korea Vocational School was inaugurated in Phu Quoc island district in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang on October 27.

Covering over eight hectares in Han Ninh commune, the school started its work in January 2016 with a total cost of more than VND233 billion (US$10.26 million), of which US$10 million was funded by the RoK-based Teakwang Group and the rest was contributed by the provincial budget and other sources.

It consists of three 3-storey buildings used as practice sections, classrooms, offices, and dormitories.

The school will enroll 207 students for the 2017 - 2018 academic year, majoring in tour guide, receptionist skills, restaurant services, and hotel management.

The school also offers short-term courses on basic skills for office secretaries, makeup artists, and designers.