Ho Chi Minh City, 12th December 2014, Intel Products Vietnam Co. Ltd, for the 3rd consecutive year, granted another 109 scholarships for 109 female students from 13 technical Universities and Colleges with total value of VND708 mil. The scholarship is part of Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program (HEEAP) and has been implemented from 2012. A total 327 female students studying technical field (12+2 and 12+3 diploma) from 13 universities and vocational colleges in Ho Chi Minh city, Binh Duong and Can Tho has been awarded the scholarship.
Speaking at Ceremony, Sherry Boger – General Manager of Intel Products Vietnam said: “The scholarship is a visible sign of Intel’s commitment to promote diversity in Vietnam high tech industry. We have commit to support for Vietnam students, in particular female students and we will continue our commitment through this scholarship through the extension of the program from another three years from 2015 to 2017”.
In the next three years from 2015 to 2017, the scholarship will continue to support female studying pursuing technical programs such as electronics, mechanical, automation, IT. The scholarship will resume by quarter 3 of 2015 and scholarship information will be available at: http://heeap.org/scholarship
Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program (HEEAP) founded in 2010 by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Intel Corporation partnered with the Arizona State University's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering (ASU). Now its sponsors include Vietnam Ministry of Education and Training, Ho Chi Minh’s Hi-Tech Park, Siemens, Danaher, Cadence, National Instruments, Pearson aiming at building “ready-to-work” students and providing high quality human resources with local training for hi-tech industry in Vietnam. For further details, please access: http://heeap.org
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Ms. Uyen Ho, Corporate Affairs Manager – Intel Products Vietnam
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