Intel sends scholars to PSU

Intel pays for 28 Vietnamese students to get their engineering degrees.

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In an effort to enhance the education of 28 Vietnamese students before they work at an Intel plant in Vietnam, the computer company is paying for them to get their engineering degrees at PSU.

The computer giant is building its biggest assembly and test plant ever near Ho Chi Minh City, and it needs engineers with more problem-solving, teamwork, English and cultural skills than Vietnamese universities can provide…

PSU, which supplies more graduates to Intel Oregon than any other university, is known for teaching students to apply theory to real-world problems, Rick Howarth, general manager of Intel Products Vietnam, wrote in an e-mail.

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