Higher education establishments all have announced their standards for graduates. Under the current regulation, all schools must publicize qualitative and quantitative standards for their graduates. However, since there are no common standards for each major, schools have just set the standards themselves. However, the ministry cannot punish the schools because there is no regulation about punishment and there is no common standard for schools. Under the current regulation, all schools must publicize qualitative and quantitative standards for their graduates. However, since there are no common standards for each major, schools have just set the standards themselves. According to the Vietnam National Qualifications Framework (VQF), training program output standards must be set in the program’s standards. Therefore, the development of learning outcomes for training disciplines must also be placed in the curricula for those disciplines. However, schools still disagree … [Read more...] about Should there be common standards for university graduates?
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Politburo member and head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission Nguyễn Văn Bình (r) welcomes IMF’s newly-accredited Resident Representative in Việt Nam Francois Painchaud in Hà Nội yesterday. — VNA/VNS Photo Phương Hoa HÀ NỘI — The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will continue to work with and assist Việt Nam in policy consultancy and capacity improvement, the IMF’s newly-accredited Resident Representative in Việt Nam Francois Painchaud has said. At a meeting with Nguyễn Văn Bình, Politburo member and head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission, in Hà Nội yesterday, Painchaud praised Việt Nam's achievements in stabilising the macro economy, curbing inflation and spurring economic growth. Bình, also Secretary of the Party Central Committee, said Vietnamese Party and State leaders treasure the … [Read more...] about IMF, ILO pledge further support for Việt Nam
All 13 provinces in the Mekong Delta region are seeking investment in 128 culture, sports and tourism projects at an investment promotion conference today, September 4. A view of Cai Rang floating market, one of the tourist attractions in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho. All 13 provinces and cities in the region are seeking investment in 128 culture, sports and tourism projects - PHOTO: VNA Preferential policies to attract investors will be put in place. An Giang Province expects to raise funds for 24 projects, while the province of Bac Lieu will call for investment in 20 projects and Kien Giang will seek funding for 15 projects, according to the organizing board. Of the megaprojects, a mangrove eco park project in Ba Dong Sea in Tra Vinh Province is in need of over VND1.3 trillion, while an ecotourism zone project on the Tan Loc river islet in Can Tho City requires VND915 billion, and a shopping mall and entertainment complex project in An Giang is seeking VND900 billion … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s Mekong Delta seeks investment in tourism facilities
The Embassy of Sweden, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE), and Hanoi People’s Committee jointly hosted a workshop on “Promoting a low-carbon circular economy - a Swedish perspective”. The workshop focused on discussions on Vietnam's policies and vision in promoting the circular economy, successful case studies in Sweden and in the region, as well as enterprises’ approach to access capital for implementing this model. One of the biggest obstacles for Vietnam in applying this model is the management of collection and recycling of waste resources, which is considered as input of the circular economy model. Therefore, the workshop also covered the evaluation of practical waste management in Hanoi, the Swedish waste collection and recycling model, and especially sharing about challenges and opportunities from a Vietnamese recycler’s perspective. At the workshop Deputy Minister of MoNRE Vo Tuan Nhan said that the country is facing numerous … [Read more...] about Promoting a low-carbon circular economy in Vietnam from a Swedish perspective