Ensino superior, Universidades no Vietnã, situação do ensino superior, soluções para o ensino superior vietnamita


O Vietnã é um país em desenvolvimento. Ao longo de cerca de 40 anos de Inovação, o Vietname registou conquistas de desenvolvimento notáveis em todos os aspectos da vida social, com um significado histórico significativo. No entanto, o Vietname ainda enfrenta muitos desafios, especialmente do ponto de vista do desenvolvimento sustentável. Um desses desafios significativos é a necessidade de mais recursos humanos de alta qualidade. Embora a procura de recursos humanos de elevada qualidade para o mercado de trabalho esteja a aumentar e não tenha sido satisfeita, a percentagem de estudantes matriculados em universidades e faculdades no Vietname é demasiado baixa e está a diminuir gradualmente. O artigo tem como objetivo destacar os desafios e soluções prevalecentes para esses problemas que as instituições de ensino superior vietnamitas enfrentam

Biografia do Autor

Lai Quoc Khanh, Assoc. Professor, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam

Assoc. Professor, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam


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