Where have university entrance examinees gone?

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VietnamNet English 6 month(s) ago

Where have university entrance examinees gone?

VietNamNet Bridge – Educators are reeling over the surprisingly low number of students registering to sit the university entrance exam. It is foreseeable that schools will not have enough students enrolling.

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Non-regular training modes dying slowly

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VietnamNet English 14 month(s) ago

Non-regular training modes dying slowly

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has tightened the control over non-full time training modes after the criticism over the training quality, which has made the training scale narrowed.

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Studying for MA degree – choice of unemployed graduates

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VietnamNet English 15 month(s) ago

Studying for MA degree – choice of unemployed graduates

VietNamNet Bridge – More and more university graduates return to school to study further for master’s degree, simply because they cannot find stable jobs.

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People-founded, local universities fear there’s not enough students to enroll

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VietnamNet English 30 month(s) ago

People-founded, local universities fear there’s not enough students to enroll

VietNamNet Bridge – While leading universities have been spoilt for choice because a lot of students dream of studying at the renowned schools, other universities, especially people founded and local universities, fear they may not enroll enough students.

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Universities still plead with MOET to let them keep vocational training

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VietnamNet English 35 month(s) ago

Universities still plead with MOET to let them keep vocational training

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has instructed universities not to enroll students for the vocational training (2-year training). However, a lot of universities still try to retain the training level.

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Soft skills now taught at universities

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Báo Dân Trí English 37 month(s) ago 1 related news

Soft skills now taught at universities

When declaring the standard quality of graduates, all schools mention the standards on soft skills. However, in fact, the schools have not paid attention to teach soft skills to students.

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Soft skills now taught at universities

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VietnamNet English 37 month(s) ago 1 related news

Soft skills now taught at universities

VietNamNet Bridge – When declaring the standard quality of graduates, all schools mention the standards on soft skills. However, in fact, the schools have not paid attention to teach soft skills to students.

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University lecturers have satisfactory 2012 Tet bonuses

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VietnamNet English 37 month(s) ago

University lecturers have satisfactory 2012 Tet bonuses

VietNamNet Bridge – University and junior college lecturers would get several million dong in Tet bonuses this year. Especially, a university offered the Tet bonus of 70 million dong.

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Universities racing to recruit lecturers

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VietnamNet English 37 month(s) ago

Universities racing to recruit lecturers

VietNamNet Bridge – It’s now the time for universities to sprint to look for more lecturers to meet the new requirements of the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), under which the number of students the schools can enroll depend on the material facilities and the teaching staff.

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Schools remain unassertive in setting required minimum marks

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Báo Dân Trí English 43 month(s) ago 2 related news

Schools remain unassertive in setting required minimum marks

To date, many universities and colleges still have not officially announced the required minimum marks (the minimum marks students must get from the university entrance exams to be enrolled in the schools), because they still have to consider thoroughly amid the fear that many students, though passing the exams, would not enter the schools.

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Schools remain unassertive in setting required minimum marks

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VietnamNet English 43 month(s) ago 2 related news

Schools remain unassertive in setting required minimum marks

VietNamNet Bridge – To date, many universities and colleges still have not officially announced the required minimum marks (the minimum marks students must get from the university entrance exams to be enrolled in the schools), because they still have to consider thoroughly amid the fear that many students, though passing the exams, would not enter the schools.

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Economics related studies, top choice of students

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VietnamNet English 48 month(s) ago

Economics related studies, top choice of students

VietNamNet Bridge – Quick survey shows that business administration, marketing, foreign trade, finance and banking will still be the favorite university majors this year.

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Service-related majors favoured, technology-related studies unattractive

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VietnamNet English 53 month(s) ago

Service-related majors favoured, technology-related studies unattractive

VietNamNet Bridge – What causes headache to many big universities is that they cannot enroll enough students for some majors, but they still have to continue offering the subjects

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Students shy from local universities

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VietnamNet English 54 month(s) ago

Students shy from local universities

VietNamNet Bridge – Students nowadays still prefer central universities, located in big cities like Hanoi and HCM City, to schools in more rural areas, which explains why until now, when the new school year began two weeks ago, many universities have not enrolled enough students.

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Many university majors threatened with elimination

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VietnamNet English 55 month(s) ago

Many university majors threatened with elimination

VietNamNet Bridge – With the deadline for receiving applications for second-choice universities coming in several days, many schools anticipate that some of their departments will have to be shut down.

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