Lê Quân. Photo vietnamnet.vn Lê Quân, Vice Minister of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs talks to Viet Nam Net online newspaper on his ministry’s efforts to raise job training quality What percentage of students who take vocational courses find jobs following graduation? The quality of vocational training courses in Việt Nam has improved considerably. It has switched from the traditional practice of supply to demand with content based on actual job demands in the labour market, particularly from foreign direct investment enterprises. According to reports from the 63 provincial Departments of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, in 2018, up to 85 per cent of graduate students from colleges and secondary vocational schools nationwide got jobs immediately following graduation. Recently, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc approved a proposal on the Development of High Quality College. Việt Nam now has 100 high quality colleges where the students will learn theories in school and go to factories to practise working. At present, Việt Nam has 45 vocational schools which offer 12 courses at Australian standards and 22 courses at German standards. More importantly, tuition fees for attending these courses are low, yet, the diplomas they receive will be issued by either the Australian or German counterparts. In addition, graduates… Read full this story
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