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Title: Northern Vietnamese Students’ Perceptions of Joint-training Programs
Authors: Tùng Đào
Keywords: In-country international join-training program; attractiveness of the program; Vietnamese students
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: H. : ĐHQGHN
Series/Report no.: Vol. 31, No. 4 (2015) 98-109;
Abstract: This research is conducted on 177 full-time students of joint-training programs offered in English in Vietnam. Five key factors have been recognized as important for a joint – training program in the field of economics - management, namely: the participation of foreign lecturers; learners must be regarded as "customers", and the training institutions in Vietnam must have appropriate customer care; the foreign university that awards degrees must have high reputation, and high training quality;; the foreign university that awards degrees must be widely known in Vietnam. Other factors as the teaching and assessment must be serious and hard enough; the program must be taught entirely in a foreign language; 100% of textbooks and learning materials are in a foreign language and there must have the participation of foreign students in the program in Vietnam; and the curriculum imported 100% from overseas is less appealing to students. The research results also show that the assessment of participants has a high level of consensus and is not influenced by such personal factors as gender, study experience in joint-training programs and hometown background of learners.
Description: tr. 98-109
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