tin tức về higher education mới nhất
Vietnamese education is struggling to find an educational philosophy.
VinUni stunned the public when announcing the sky-high training costs of $35,000 a year for university education and $40,000 a year for post-graduate studies.
Higher education establishments all have announced their standards for graduates.
The lack of skilled workers is a big challenge to enterprises globally, including Vietnam.
A survey conducted at Japanese-invested enterprises found that 100 percent of new engineering graduates in Vietnam have to be retrained for one or two years to satisfy requirements of enterprises.
State-invested education remains the backbone of the national education system, though Vietnam has been calling for investment from different sectors for many years.
Education experts have warned that new policies would lead to the mass production of bachelor’s and master’s degree holders.
Vocational schools complain they are finding it difficult to enroll learners despite attractive job opportunities.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on educational cooperation between the governments of Vietnam and the United Kingdom was signed in Hanoi on October 3.
Most of the winners of ‘Road to Olympia’ leave Vietnam for Australia where they study and stay after graduating.
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Dr Tran Thi Ly is one of the 50 most influential women in Vietnam in the field of science anf education recognized by Forbes Magazine.
Most higher education accreditation centers belong to universities, with heavy reliance in finance and personnel.
HCM City wants to become the leading locality in the country and in order to achieve the goal, it has to upgrade education quality to meet international standards.
The PM has allowed 23 state-owned universities to apply the autonomy mechanism, which means that the schools have the right to set tuition themselves.
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc, at a conference held some days ago, stated that training establishments with low quality will be shut down. Prior to that, Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha also said low quality schools will not be retained.
The Revised Law on Tertiary Education (aka Law No.34), came into effect on July 1, 2019. However, until now, there is no guiding decree to materialize the law. Being
On July 1, the law on amending provisions of the Higher Education Law ratified by the National Assembly in November 2018 took effect.
Internationalization of higher education is considered a solution to improve training quality, catch up with the regional and international development, and upgrade the quality of human resources.