Từ khóa: #financial autonomy

Students in the International University (member of Vietnam National University – HCMC) in their practice lesson. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam using autonomy mechanism to revolutionize universities

The autonomy mechanism among universities in Vietnam has offered more room for these higher education institutes to better satisfy the demands of the market, but there raises a need for a master plan on university autonomy. These are opinions of participants in the conference on university autonomy in 2022, held by the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) yesterday.

District 6 Children’s House is one of the two PNBUs in the district that have their PA use projects approved for business purposes.

Administrative issues need addressing for more effective use of public assets

Public non-business units, as regulated, must submit a project plan to the chairman of a provincial/city People’s Committee for an approval to use public assets for trading, leasing, entering a joint venture, co-providing basic or essential services to the community for the sake of financial autonomy. In reality, however, problems in administrative procedures have prevented Public non-business units from effectively using public assets.

VNU-HCMC applying university autonomy to promote innovation

VNU-HCMC applying university autonomy to promote innovation

Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City (VNU-HCMC) has identified its mission from 2021-2025 with a vision to 2030 as a pioneer in management mechanism reform to follow the model of institute autonomy in higher education or university autonomy. This model is expected to boost the performance of university governance and encourage innovation. SGGP Newspaper has conducted an interview with Associate Prof. Dr. Vu Hai Quan – Director of VNU-HCMC about this matter.

Students of Hanoi University of Science and Technology regularly attend practice sessions in research academies and laboratories

State-owned universities to aim at financial autonomy

The revised draft law on higher education (hereafter the Draft) is urgently sent by the National Assembly Committee for Culture, Education, Youth, Adolescents and Children to universities nationwide for opinions and recommendations. Yet in the Draft, many issues are not mentioned, one very important of which is the topic of autonomy in state-owned units, as stated in Resolution No.19 of the 6th Plenum of the Party Central Committee issued in October 2017.