The project covering over 10 hectares has total investment capital of around US $13 million, including US $10 million grant from the Korean Government.
At first, the college will offer courses on information technology, automobile technology, industrial electricity, electronics, and mechanics.
Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony, Vice President of the Korean International Cooperation Agency Lee Jong Seon said the college will train some 810 students annually. It will create jobs and contribute to the province's socio-economic development."
"Through this project, the Republic of Korea would like to share experiences of our country in technical training and contribute to strengthening the Vietnamese-Korean partnership," he added.
By Hải Minh