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Cooperation signing ceremony with SGS Vietnam Company

On January 9, 2024, the Faculty of Environment and Labour Safety - Ton Duc Thang University organized a comprehensive cooperation signing ceremony between Ton Duc Thang University and SGS Vietnam Company aims to coordinate and cooperate regularly and sustainably on the basis of implementing visit/internship/professional training programs, recruitment, career guidance programs - skills development, training and research cooperation, seminar programs, sponsoring scholarships for students and other fields of mutual interest.

SGS Vietnam Company is a member of the SGS Group, established in 1989 and since September 1997, SGS Vietnam Company Limited has become the first international independent inspection company to be granted an establishment license with 100% foreign capital in Vietnam. Currently, the company has more than 600 experts with long-term experience and more than 1,600 employees working in 10 offices and laboratories throughout Vietnam.

Representative of SGS Vietnam Company:

  • Mr. Tran Sieu Cuong - Head of Operational Integrity Department.
  • Mr. Pham Duy Quyet - Head of HSE Department.
  • Ms. Le Thi Phuong Thao - Coordinator of Operational Integrity.


Representative of Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU):

  • Mr. Tang Khac Quy, Director of the Center for Business and Alumni Cooperation.
  • Dr. Ho Ngo Anh Dao, Dean, Faculty of Environment and Labour Safety.
  • Dr. Tran Minh Tung, Dean, Faculty of Civil Engineering.
  • Dr. Pham Van Huy, Dean, Faculty of Information Technology.
  • Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tuan, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Applied Sciences.
  • Dr. Huynh Van Van, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

With the participation of lecturers and students of the Faculty of Environment and Labour Safety.

Below are some pictures of the signing ceremony:

Figure 1: Mr. Tran Sieu Cuong - Head of Operational Integrity Department introduces the Company

Figure 2: Overall view of the signing ceremony

Figure 3: Representatives of the both sides signing the cooperation agreement

Figure 4: Representatives of both sides giving souvenirs