Từ khóa: #tertiary education

HCMC University of Medicine and Pharmacy is using IT to monitor the learning process of its students.

Higher education to use digital transformation for training quality improvements

Being an important object in the national digital transformation process until 2025 under Decision No.749/QD-TTG, tertiary education is taking full advantage of this opportunity to upgrade its administration performance, training quality, and scientific research activities in order to better serve all demands in the socio-economic growth of the country.

Students of the high-quality programs in the University of Economics and Law (Vietnam National University – HCMC) (Photo: SGGP)

High-quality programs of tertiary education need stricter control

Many current high-quality programs in universities nationwide are loosely controlled, creating negative impressions among the public. It is high time the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) introduced strictly regulations and standards so that these programs can live up to their name.

Students of a high-quality program in the University of Economics and Law (Vietnam National University HCMC) in their theory lesson. (Photo: SGGP)

High-quality programs of tertiary education showing weaknesses

The policy to organize high-quality programs in universities nationwide was introduced in 2006 to increase competitiveness among domestic educational institutes. However, after a few years, these programs begin to display their weaknesses, making the public concern that money, not training quality, is the ultimate goal of these courses.

Students in the Electrical – Electronic Engineering Department of Cao Thang Technical College in their practice session. (Photo: SGGP)

Vocational training needs breakthroughs to meet market’s needs

In the digital era when advances in science and technologies are significantly affecting trading and manufacturing, changes in the job structure and working methods have urged renovations in vocational training so that it is able to answer the labor market’s demands in the near future.

Research students are carrying out their studies in the International University – member of the Vietnam National University HCMC

Revised law on tertiary education confuses universities

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 confused by many vague terms in the law, several universities are now in a serious dilemma.

NA Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty speaks at the conference (Source: qdnd.vn)

Tertiary education’s role in int’l integration highlighted

A conference under the topic of “Tertiary education: standardisation and international integration”  was held by the National Assembly’s Committee for Culture, Education, Youth, Adolescents, and Children and the Vietnam National University’s Ho Chi Minh City branch in Hanoi on August 17.