Passerelles numériques vietnam


Launched in 2010 in Danang, Passerelles numériques Vietnam (PNV) offers full scholarships to our 3-year, high-quality IT training program in: Web Development, Mobile Development & Automated Testing. Each of these specializations is taught holistically, including both technical and soft skills alongside a robust personal development program.

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Before initiating the program, Passerelles numériques conducted a thorough study of the socio-economic status of Vietnam. Demographic data revealed that the vast majority of the population in remote areas and the Central Highlands suffered from a stagnant economy and limited access to higher education.

Danang seemed to be a promising hub for IT development, with strong support and incentives granted by the government. Therefore, it was an ideal place for our students to find secure job opportunities after graduating.

Key Dates

2020: PN Vietnam celebrated its 10th anniversary.2015: PN Vietnam celebrated its 5th anniversary.2014: PN Vietnam became a completely independent operation.2013: Moved to two majors: Software Development (DeV) and Web Development & Testing (WeB). WeB replaced System and Network Administration (SNA).2012: 1st graduated class of 27 students.2010: Launch of PN’s 3rd program in Danang with 30 students.


Since 2010, PN Vietnam has transformed the lives of more than 500 underprivileged youth through IT education.

In 2020, 94% of our 350 alumni had found a qualified job after graduation with an average salary of ~$633 USD per month – which is about 4 times higher than the minimum wage in Danang.

And this benefit reaches far beyond our graduates themselves; they reported spending ~36% of their total income to support their family and community.


Each year, from January to August, Passerelles numériques Vietnam’s selection team completes a rigorous, four-step process to select talented and motivated underprivileged youths from seven provinces in Central Vietnam: Quảng Bình, Quảng Trị, Đà Nẵng, Quảng Nam, Quảng Ngãi, Kon Tum, Bình Định.

PN Vietnam collaborates with Study Promotion Associations (SPAs) from each province, who introduce us to local high schools, and facilitate the process in accordance with local laws and customs.

A special effort is made to include at least 50% young women in each class. Beyond that, priority is given to the poorest students irrespective of sex or gender identity.


Training and education program

Passerelles numériques Vietnam currently collaborates with Danang Vocation Training College on curriculum design and training delivery. At graduation, students receive a college degree, recognized by the Vietnamese Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, as well as a certificate diploma from Passerelles numériques.

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Our holistic program aims to endow students with the hard and soft skills necessary to become future IT experts. This coupled with a college degree ensures they are able to obtain stable, qualified, and well-respected jobs, bringing them another step closer to ending the cycle of poverty for themselves and their families.

A solid technical and practical 3-year training in Software Development & Testing

We train our students to be well-rounded, developing all the skills they need to become experts at the best IT companies. To this end, PN strongly supports learning by doing, which is why all of our IT topics include at least 50% lab-practice time.

Our program includes:

Focus on Java development using up-to-date platforms for both web & mobile, as well as PHP development via practice and project implementation.Learning based on practice and projects throughout, to better build fundamental technical skills.Specialization Module: selected by each student in the third year of the program. These modules are taught directly by IT companies’ experts in their to help bridge the gap between our program and companies’ needs. Current specializations offered are: Automation Testing, Web Design, and Mobile Programming.

A general training in professional skills

Passerelles numériques Vietnam also provides additional curriculum to enhance graduates’ employability. Designed to match local company needs, it focuses on IT practice via practical projects, English language, professional and soft skills (logical thinking, autonomy, initiative, etc.).

The full curricula include:

50% IT theory & practice25% English25% Soft skillsTwo internships

English occupies a central place in PN training approach. With the target of TOEIC 500+, PNV is aiming for students to be able to listen and read with ease. An intense focus is made on communicative English with classes stressing on pronunciation and speaking throughout the whole curriculum. English is considered as an essential tool: PNV trains students to have adequate IT vocabulary and the confidence to use it in front of any foreigners.

Soft Skills are a life-long learning to help students work effectively in companies while using organizational tools (Google-suite, Coggle, Trello) with ease. 4 modules Learning to Learn, Job Application, Professionalism and Thinking & Mindset are built to make sure the students can maximize their employability after graduation.

Students have the opportunity to put into practice their skills during two internship periods:

Second year: 2 months to identify a working environmentThird year: 5 months to put into practice their IT skills and soft skills, as well as join real projects as a first step to the professional world.

Social and educational development

To prepare these young people to become mature and independent adults, we developed a personal development curriculum which revolves around PN’s values: Trust, Responsibility, Solidarity, Respect, and a Demanding approach.

As part of this program, students live together in dormitories, located near PN Vietnam, where they learn how to become autonomous and responsible adults. They are in charge of managing a budget with which they buy food, pay for the water and electricity bills, organize cleaning and cooking shifts, solve group issues and take care of each other.

In order for our students to focus on their intense studies, PNV covers their needs and expenses including:

Training expenses: University tuition fees, extra classes, technical equipment, etc.Living expenses: accommodation in dormitories, furniture and equipment, food, transportation (students receive a bicycle and a helmet each), medical care and health insurance, etc.