Vietnamese Higher Education, Educational Reform, International Integration
Thanh, Dr. Nguyen Cao
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The article examines the current status of higher education in Vietnam and potential for the renovation. Based on investigations of scholars, even though some progress has been made, the tertiary education system in Vietnam still lags egregiously behind the economic transformation. The quality of university graduates is low and does not meet the real needs of the society. Faced these concerns and based on global trends, recently, Vietnamese government has produced new policies in order to reform the educational system in general and higher education in particular. In practice, some measures are taking place and being potential in the near future.