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Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Chu Ngoc Anh and Ambassador Giorgio Aliberti, head of the European Union Delegation to Vietnam, discussed the building of the European Management University in Hanoi during their meeting on June 16.
For the first time a public university in Vietnam will offer golf training to its students. This will be a subject that students can choose to practice besides football, swimming, badminton, table tennis, and other sports.
Many Japanese businesses investing in Vietnam have been seeking co-operation in joint-surveys, research and human resources exchange with local universities as a crucial step to expand in Vietnam beyond HCM City and Hanoi.
On the list of 500 leading universities in emerging economies recently announced by the UK’s Times Higher Education (THE), Vietnam has three representatives:
Three additional member universities of VNU-HCM universities will become autonomous next year, Dr Nguyen Minh Tam, the university’s vice chancellor, said at an annual meeting held on Tuesday.
Autonomy in higher education in Vietnam is facing challenges, particularly accountability and finances, according to Deputy Minister of Education and Training Hoang Minh Son.
Industry 4.0 had brought with it a fresh wave of new technology that required new skills to use, and if Vietnamese educational institutions did not keep up with the times, Vietnamese workers were in danger of losing out at home.
After hearing that Thang Long University would enroll more students, prioritizing students who applied early, parents and students hurried to catch buses to Hanoi at night to line up for application the next morning.
The Vietnam National University-Hanoi (VNU) on August 18 launched a higher education comparative ranking system developed by Vietnam named “University Performance Metrics” (UPM).
Ho Chi Minh City’s Hoa Sen University (HSU) has become the first Vietnamese university to apply blockchain technology to degree management.
Ton Duc Thang University in HCM City has been named in the world’s top 400 and 500 in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) this year.
HCM City plans to set up a University of Health Sciences which will be developed from the HCM City National University’s Faculty of Health.
For the first time, three Vietnamese universities have been named in the Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings.
Some Vietnamese universities may be named in Times Higher Education (THE)’s World University Rankings in the next few years, a representative from THE said at a workshop in Hanoi on June 13.
Building a modern library system is a goal of many universities in Vietnam in order to increase their training quality.