ENHANCING COMPETITIVE CAPABILITY FOR EDUCATION IN VIETNAM IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION

Do Thi Thuy Trang

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In the trend of globalization, the development of intellectual standard and training of high-quality human resources, who meet the demands of current society, are seen as very significant targets because developing education does not only aim at building intellectuals standard of the people but also to be a major impetus for the development of a country. The process of globalization requires education background in all countries in general and Vietnamese education in particular to have some proactive switches in order to improve the quality of training that meets the requirements of domestic and foreign labor employment. Improving competitiveness for Vietnam education requires several immediate and long term strategies. Therefore, we have to assess the difficulties and advantages of education in Vietnam as well as the ability of other competitors in the region and worldwide, so we will find the most effective solutions to develop our education.

 

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capability; compete; globalization; education; solution

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Vo Van Dung, Nguyen Thi Hong Van, Vo Tu Phuong (2016). Ho Chi Minh’S thoughts about the intelligentsia. European Journal of Education Studies, Volume 2, pp 173-181.

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Decision No. 711 / QD-TTg of June 13th, 2012 of the Prime Minister of Vietnam about development strategies on education from 2011-2020.


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