One of the key educational methods at VinUni is active and experiential learning. The VinUni mission is to create the best learning opportunities for its students, while students are expected to embrace these internship opportunities in world-leading organizations actively.
The Signing Ceremony of Memorandum of Understanding between VinUniversity and EY Consulting Vietnam
On 20th November 2020, VinUni and Ernest & Young signed a cooperation agreement regarding student opportunities. EY is one of the Big 4 global auditing firms, alongside Deloitte, KPMG and PwC; it is also a top world-class consulting firms, next to Bain, McKinsey, and BCG. This event took place in an open and friendly atmosphere between EY Vietnam’s leaders and VinUni leaders, witnessed by VinUni faculty and students.Dr Phan Dang Chuong – Deputy General Director, Consulting Service Leader, revealed his favourite thing at EY – it was its mission: Building a better working world.
Mr Nguyen Minh Duc – Deputy General Director, Consulting Service shared with the students: to change the world, we need to start changing the little things. Big changes can start with something small. Discover how we’re building a better working world by asking better questions.
VinUni faculty and students responded enthusiastically. They posed many exciting questions to EY, such as:
Dr Phan Dang Chuong – Deputy General Director, Consulting Service Leader, shares his insights with VinUni students and faculty
EY now has 270,000 employees in over 700 offices in more than 150 countries around the world, primarily provides assurance (which includes financial audit), tax, consulting and advisory services to its clients
Great questions open up great solutions. With this collaborative foundation, VinUni leaders believe more students will be confident of proving their competencies in leading companies like EY.
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