Update news public universities
A number of public universities in HCM City that have been granted financial autonomy are planning to increase tuition in the 2020-21 academic year.
Private, public universities launch new majors to meet labour trends
Many public and private universities throughout the country in the 2020-2021 academic year will launch new majors to meet labour market trends and demands.
Law to help school autonomy
VietNamNet Bridge – An amended higher education law should create a clear legal environment for public universities to become autonomous, representatives of universities have urged.
Vietnam to expand university autonomy
VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam yesterday (Oct 22) urged the Ministry of Education and Training to tailor its policies on autonomy for public universities to the needs of each institution.
Public universities encouraged to self-manage funding
The Government encourages public universities to manage their own funding in order to improve the quality of education and human resources, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said during a recent visit to Ton Duc Thang University.
Public universities reject new enrolment policy
VietNamNet Bridge – Universities will have more discretion over student enrollment procedures following a draft regulation announced by the Ministry of Education and Training last week.
Private universities seek better treatment
VietNamNet Bridge – The private sector, tertiary education system is under threat. There are currently 83 private colleges and universities in Viet Nam, at which 17 per cent of the country's undergraduate and postgraduate students attend.