Lecturer Vu Trong Luong with colleagues and Australian experts in a group work session

Australian experts sowing the seeds of Vietnamese higher education reforms

Some people said that short courses provide theoretical knowledge which cannot be applied immediately! However, what I have obtained from this course is so valuable! An important feature is that lecturers always encouraged us and made us believe that we are able to do it, with crucial skills provided during the course. Thanks to the “magic hands” of Australian experts, these skills became inspirational sources to us, they sowed the seeds, nurtured them frequently, and helped to grow into trees. Although the course is completed, the knowledge and inspiration brought by the experts will continue to support each participant, each tree to develop sustainably in the future” – Mr. Vu Trong Luong said.

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University of Agriculture and Forestry Thai Nguyen University

Universities yearning for autonomy

After participating in Aus4Skills activities, we started the restructuring. All colleagues said to me: “It’s too tiring and stressful!”. We had to work day and night. However, experiences obtained throughout the plan implementation raised the awareness of the people involved. We established a common understanding and attitude towards reforms and difficulties that had to be tackled.” said Assoc. Prof. Dr Tran Van Dien

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Dr Dang Van Vinh

The Amended Law on Higher Education expected to spur internationalization

The article title was concluded from a discussion between Prof. Dr Dang Van Minh, Vice President of Thai Nguyen University, and a reporter from Education & Times Newspapers regarding the draft revised Law on Higher Education.

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Vietnamese students lack some skills which are considered necessary by recruiters

What skills are Vietnamese students missing?

Among occupational skills, self-study, flexibility and adaptability to working environments and work requirements are highly required by employers.

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Ms Le Thi Ngan


“The cell phone rang at midnight, right after I selected the Accept button, there was the hurried voice of a female student on the other end: Please, please save me, I am trapped by my in-laws…” – Dr. Le Thi Ngan, Head of Faculty of Law and Society Management, Thai Nguyen University – University of Science, recalled one of many special calls she received from students at midnight

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