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Vietnam universities race to hire instructors with PhDs to evade enrollment ban

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Universities in Vietnam are racing to recruit permanent instructors with doctorates in order to avoid an enrollment ban by the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET), with many schools offering cash in addition to many other benefits, including the right to become the co-owners of the institutions, to their prospective candidates. In January, the education ministry suspended 71 higher education ... Read More »

University education renovation: old wine in new bottle

Vietnam students

The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has announced a series of changes in the university entrance mechanism to be applied to the 2014-2015 academic year. However, the ministry’s efforts have not been highly appreciated. “With the new mechanism, all the schools feel puzzled with their enrolment plans,” commented Le Viet Khuyen, Deputy Chair of the Non-state owned School Association. ... Read More »

Few universities register for independent entrance exams

Vietnam Universities

Only 31 out of over 400 universities and colleges across Vietnam have sent plans to organise independent entrance exams.   The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) set the first deadline for institutions of higher learning to send their plans by February 10. Deputy Minister of Education and Training Bui Van Ga said that universities proposed several measures to enroll new ... Read More »

Vietnam: Deputy PM urges scrutiny over foreign names of universities

University of Social Science and Humanities

Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam has asked the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) to reconsider giving foreign names to universities. As a result, the MoET must direct relevant ministries, branches and agencies to scrutinise the plan. New and foreign names for universities must be submitted to the Prime Minister for consideration in the first quarter of this year. The ... Read More »

Vietnam: 132 universities, colleges not to organise entrance exams 2013

As many as 132 universities and colleges in nationwide will not organise entrance exams in 2013, down by nine schools in comparison with 2012. Among those are 43 non-public educational establishments, said a Ministry of Education and Training report. To ensure the interests of candidates who expect to study in these universities and colleges, the ministry regulates that candidates must attend ... Read More »

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