Credit-based training method at higher education in Vietnam today
- 1 Some issues regarding the leadership style of strategic-level officials in our country today
- 2 Generating work motivation for the public administrative workforce in Vietnam today
- 3 President Ho Chi Minh - The visionary of the patriotic emulation movement
- 4 Cybersecurity in electronic news agencies in Vietnam today
- 5 Renewing the method of political and cultural education for university students in Vietnam today to meet practical demands
- 6 Understanding democratic leadership in Ho Chi Minh’ thought
Abstract: In the digital age, electronic news agencies face both opportunities and challenges, including the risk of cybersecurity threats. Ensuring cybersecurity in electronic news agencies involves protecting information and information systems against unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction to maintain the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information. Cyber adversaries target news agencies, attempting to undermine their systems, steal data, manipulate content, or disrupt operations. Thus, ensuring cybersecurity is of utmost importance and needs to be implemented comprehensively and consistently.
Abstract: (LLCT&TT) Credit-based training is a method of organizing training for each module, allowing students to accumulate credits of each module and implement a training program according to their individual studying plan in accordance with the plan of the training institution. For Vietnam, this is a new training method, replacing the previous year-based one. The Ministry of Education and Training officially required universities and colleges to switch to credit-based training from the 2009-2010 school year. After more than 10 years of implementation, the method has proved its superiority, efficiency and modernity compared to the year-based training method. However, the newness brings with it difficulties, challenges and limitations that need to be overcome. The article contributes to giving a more comprehensive view theoretically and practically in order to further improve the quality and effectiveness of credit-based training methods in higher education institutions in our country today.
Abstract: Vietnam's higher education has been deeply integrating to better adapt to the rapid changes of the times. In that context, the policy of university autonomy issued by the Party and State is considered a top priority, in line with the development of the global education system. However, while the University Council is very popular in Western countries, the application of this model in Vietnam still faces many difficulties despite having specific regulations in the law. This article is aimed at identifying models of University Councils in some countries and pointing out the difficulties for universities in Vietnam when implementing this new governance model.