The most serious problems with the Vietnamese education system
and how it can be improved
By Tran Thi Ha Phuong, B.Bus3 – ISB University
Education plays an important role with each country, especially with the economic development, which is the same in Vietnam. After two wars of aggression...
Student: Le Minh Phuong Vu
Instructor: Nguyen Tuan An
Viet Nam, a country with more than 80 million people, is a developing country which is in the process of transition from a centrally planned to a market economy...
Educational Leadership Challenges: Vietnam’s System of Higher Education Asia Leadership Roundtable 2010 Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change Hong Kong Institute of Education Dr. My Phuong Thanh Ho, Deputy Director, Dean of Division of Education, SEAMEO regional Training Center and Dr. Dennis Berg, Director...
Renovation of university education in Viet Nam- The actual situation and Solutions
Written by: Hoàng Văn Bình (Peace)
PhD Candidate of International Graduate Study Programs
Southern Luzon State University
Thai Nguyen University
Word count: 1137
language; the most widely-spoken language in Vietnam is Vietnamese. Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam and it uses in government, education, offices, and hospitals everywhere. Other ethnic groups in Vietnam have a different language but everybody in Vietnam knows and uses Vietnamese. It is also...
The Two Sides of a Nation Pride
Vietnam is a small country in the Southeast Asia, but it isn’t small in culture and history. Vietnamese history starts at least 2000 years ago through many different historical events such as the fight for 1000 years while a Chinese colony and 100 years as French and American...
Some Changes in Vietnamese Education
Education helps children develop their virtues and faculties. Education is a complicated affair as it is supposed to equip children for their lives. Since life styles are always changing, the contents of education must necessary modify to correspond to outside...
HIGHER EDUCATION INTERNATIONALIZATION IN VIETNAM: UNINTENDED SOCIO-POLITICAL IMPACTS OF JOINT PROGRAMS SEEN AS SPECIAL FREE ACADEMIC ZONES
Dr. Ngô Tự Lập1 Abstract During the last decades, Joint Programs, a model of transnational higher education, have enjoyed tremendous increase Vietnam. In this...
II. The reasons make the birth- rate in Vietnam increase 6
III. Solution of reducing birth-rate and the disadvantages of high birth-rate 7
1. Leadership, organization and management 7
2. communication and education on the change of behavior 7
Global Marketing and Competitiveness
MKT724 (CRN 28072) Mrs Carol Reid
International Marketing Environment
Study of Vietnam
9th December 2010
Talk about the problem made I note on social.
Today, I have written about the problem it made I note, I think it very useful in the future.
First, I will write technology, because I studied it and very important in social, a county evolution if have technology improve technology develops it will...
Developing Management Skills for the Learners of Educational Management and Leadership Programs in Vietnam- Challenges and Solutions
A/Prof.Dr.Nguyen Thi Mi Loc University of Education, VNU, Hanoi.
Abstract Management skills are an important component of educational leader and manager competencies...
Vietnamese society, where traditional folkways, male dominance and sex discrimination are considered to be the norms, the basic practices of society.
Vietnam has a long history of being under the domination of Chinese’s dynasties, which explains the practice of Confucianism. Confucius believed that women...
Overseas study – a common tendency in Vietnam but is it as good as it looks?
Recent years witnessed a increasing of number of study overseas. Especially after Vietnam joining WTO, students have more and more tendency to study abroad. The Vietnamese economy magazine provided the...
HIGHER EDUCATION IN VIETNAM:
AMERICAN – VIETNAMESE PARTNERSHIPS
Sheraton Saigon Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
January 15–16, 2009
Executive Summary 1
Ambassador Michael W. Michalak 5
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien...
treating the offended children from present as well as preventing future exploitation.
In Vietnam, the children that are involved in prostitution range from the ages of 13 to 18 years. There are two areas in Vietnam where prostitution takes place; there is the northern area and the southern area. The ages...
if we want to get the better future.
I am a student, who always want to learn and explore about the differences between the culture of Japan and Vietnam. I realized reading culture is one of characteristics need to mentioned. Besides that, I am also love reading book. As a result, I decided to choose...
Some Changes in Vietnamese Education
Education helps children develop their virtues and faculties. Education is a complicated affair as it is supposed to equip children for their lives. Since life styles are always changing, the contents of education must necessary modify to correspond to...
develop, Vietnam is expanding communication with other countries. We can see this through Vietnam related with WTO in 2008. So many companies from other countries began investing into Vietnam. Especially, many multinational corporations also realized the component of Vietnam and they chose Vietnam to develop...
Analyzing the Effects of Educational Structures and Opportunities of Vietnam on the Greater Society
“Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today.” - Thích Nhất Hạnh, This quote spoken by Thích...
Submission Date: December 2nd 2011
Vietnam is one of the fastest economic growths in Asia. The recent integration allows multinational corporations to develop significantly. Baoviet is the largest...
believing strongly that Vietnam should become Independent of France.Ho Chi Minh expressed to the public the problems within Indochina and founded a newspaper called Le Paria, in which Ho’s criticism of colonization’s were represented. As Ho Chi Minh’s ideas and writings reached Vietnam, the French accused...
Towards the end to the Twentieth century, Vietnam a rapidly changing country goes through a political and social transition, from a socialist to an open market "capitalist type" society. Since the late 1980's Vietnam has adjusted it's economy to compete with the world. In doing so, the country undergoes...
in Vietnam increase
III. Solutions of reducing birth-rate and disadvantages of high birth-rate
IV. Analyzing the argument.
The more country develops, the more inportant rising birth-rate becomes. Nowadays, Vietnam is one...
Vietnam Veterans and Readjustment |
Was it our fault? |
[Pick the date] |
Although programs could have been better in supporting returning veterans, ultimately the same issues would have arisen. |
In popular culture, Vietnam veterans are often portrayed as isolated and neglected...
before the Civil War.
In 1902 the NCO symbol of rank, the chevron, rotated to what we would today call point up and became smaller in size.
NCO Education I
On 30 June 1947 the first class enrolled in the 2d Constabulary Brigade's NCO school, located in Munich, Germany. Two years later, the US Seventh...
Education has always had a central role in Vietnam culture and society. It is seen as the avenue of advancement and families routinely sacrifice much to ensure their offspring get the required education. As a country with over 86 million people and with more than 60% under the age of 35 (Source: General...
easy he had many things/problems at the time reducing
or not allowing him to complete the goals he had. The USAs problems during the 1960s included the
decline of towns due to unemployment, poverty and increased crime, civil rights matters and the
USAs involvement in the Vietnam War. Although Kennedy...
Professor Ann Brooks
11 November 2011
Historical Roots of Vietnam’s Education System
Vietnam is a country rich with culture and traditions. Since the colonial periods when Vietnam was ruled by China for nearly one thousand years, Vietnamese people promoted learning and engraved...
should look into are:
5. Legal structure
7. Economic structure
8. Education system
12. Physical infrastructure
13. Industrial structure
14. Trade agreements/associations