Hoa Sen University

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The high quality of student training brings great success for Hoa Sen University
At Hoa Sen University, the percentage of students who have a job before graduation has always reached over 83% continuously for many years. According to the latest statistics, the rate of new graduates of Hoa Sen University having a job before the 35th graduation ceremony (January 2020) is very high, programs with a 100% employment rate are Management Information Systems, Media Production and Management, and Applied Mathematics. Solving unemployment problem Many programs with very high employment rates are Finance and Banking (95.7%), Restaurant Management (95.5%), International Business (94.3%), Hotel Management (94.1%), Information Technology (93.8%), and Marketing (92.3%). Assoc. Prof. Dr....
To be granted university autonomy, the institution must achieve quality accreditation
This is the perspective of the National Assembly Committee for Culture, Education, Youth, Adolescents, and Children on university autonomy. On September 12, the Standing Committee of the National Assembly continued to give opinions on the Higher Education Law. The majority of Standing Committee members evaluated the Higher Education Law project as having undergone significant revisions. The Law project ensures that it can be passed at the 6th session of the 14th National Assembly. On some specific issues, the National Assembly Committee for Culture, Education, Youth, Adolescents and Children has given their assessment feedback in the appraisal report. Regarding university autonomy,...
The Higher Education Law must not contradict the principles of the Amended Education Law
The Prime Minister emphasized that the Ministry of Education’s explanatory report needs to clearly illustrate the amendments and supplements in the Higher Education Law that do not contradict the Amended Education Law. The Prime Minister has assigned Ministers and heads of ministerial-level agencies to study and review the conclusions of the Standing Committee of the National Assembly on perfecting a few articles of the Law Project. Regarding the draft Law amending and supplementing several articles of the Higher Education Law, the Prime Minister has given the responsibility to the Ministry of Education and Training to work with the Standing Committee...
5 Major Opportunities for Vietnamese Higher Education
The 5 major opportunities for Vietnamese higher education in the process of international integration were shared by Mr. Nguyen Thanh Nha (Institute of World Economics and Politics, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences) in his presentation at the 2018 Education Seminar recently held in Hanoi. Attracting educational development resources from abroad Analyzing this advantage, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Nha writes in his presentation: Through the integration process, Vietnamese higher education has the opportunity to receive more diverse resources for development, including finance, science and technology, management culture, and especially the workforce of international-level education experts, thereby allowing Vietnamese students to “study abroad...
Vietnamese higher education could rank in the group of 80 out of 196 countries in the world
In various rankings of national higher education systems, Vietnam has not yet appeared, although countries in the region such as Thailand and Malaysia have already made it into the top 50. However, with the entry of 2 national universities into the top 1,000, it can be said that the Vietnamese university system belongs to the group of 80 out of 196 countries in the world. This information was provided by the research group of Professor Nguyen Huu Duc, Vice President of Vietnam National University, Hanoi, at a seminar on “standardization and international integration” organized by the National Assembly Committee for...
Quality Accreditation: The Difficult Start
Over the past three decades, the increasing demand for accountability and training effectiveness in higher education globally has led to the widespread adoption of quality accreditation as a key tool in both developed and developing educational systems. A Worldwide Movement Accreditation is described as “the process by which a (non-) governmental or private body evaluates the quality of a higher education institution as a whole or of a specific educational programme in order to formally recognize it as having met certain pre-determined minimal criteria or standards” (Vlăsceanu, Grunberg et al. 2007, pp. 25). First emerging in the United States at...


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