Samsung Vietnam’s largest recruitment test in two big cities

Samsung Vietnam yesterday held its Global Samsung Aptitude Test (GSAT) for applicants from both the north and the south at the National Convention Center (NCC) and at Samsung HCMC Complex (SEHC).

About 8,800 applicants who are engineers, bachelor degree holders were selected from 20,000 applications to join the GSAT this time.

About 8,800 applicants who are engineers, bachelor degree holders were selected from 20,000 applications to join the GSAT this time.

GSAT is a Samsung global capacity test for new candidates graduating from the universities, including three main topics, “mathematical ability”, “deductive reasoning”, and “visual thinking”. This is one of the first rounds of recruitment procedures for graduated staff of all Samsung subsidiaries worldwide.

After the GSAT, high scorers will go through interviews in May 2017. After passing two rounds, the most outstanding and suitable candidates will become official employees of Samsung Vietnam in June 2017. The new recruits will work at eight facilities/centres of Samsung Vietnam.

Samsung Vietnam has organised GSAT since 2011, and there have been nearly 9,500 employees enrolled from this recruitment. The recruitment of a large number of university graduates is a part of Samsung’s expansion plan in Vietnam. This is an important step in the transformation of Samsung’s strategy to strengthen its leading position of the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer.

Annually, Samsung recruits thousands of bachelor degree holders into entry-level positions, with exciting salary and personnel policy. Samsung Electronics Vietnam has always adhered to the laws, as one of the factors to attract hi-quality human resources.

Samsung has been conducting the fair and transparent recruitment test, GSAT, since 1995 in Korea to recruit outstanding university graduates. Vietnam is the only country that Samsung organise GSAT except for Korea and China.

By Hoang Anh



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