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UFM signs Cooperation Agreement with Star Beach Real Estate Investment Joint-Stock Company
  • On the morning of October 3, the University of Finance - Marketing signed an agreement with Star Beach Real Estate Investment Joint-Stock Company, opening a new relationship between the university and the real estate businesses.

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  • In recent years, the real estate market in general has been very active and bustling. Therefore, the demand for human resources in this sector is also higher and higher. Among those universities of economics, more and more are setting up this academic major (real property business) to meet the demands of the society. The University of Finance - Marketing is proud of being the first university nationwide to offer undergraduate programs in the real estate business among economics universities and annually provide qualified human resources for this sector.

    UFM President, Dr. Hoang Duc Long speaks at the event
    Leader of Star Beach Real Property Corporation speaks at the event

  • Star Beach Real Estate Investment & Trading Corporation with 13 years of establishment and development always bring to its customers the best real estate products through their professionalism. The signing of cooperation between the company and UFM will bring practical benefits to both parties, promote the capacity and strengths of each party; effectively exploit and utilize the facilities and human resources of the two parties. At the same time, it links theoretical training on real estate business of the Department of Valuation & Real Estate Business and the Business Administration Department in coordination with the training of professional practice at the Star Beach Real Estate Investment & Trading Corporation. On that basis, the training program can meet the high qualified human resources for the company and the society.

    UFM President, Dr. Hoang Duc Long and PTI Director-General, Mr. Bui Xuan Thu sign and exchange the MOA
    Delegates pose for photo-taking

    Source: UFM’s Vietnamese Website