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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 606-611


Education for students to enhance research skills and meet demand from workplace - case in vietnam

Le Thi Thanh Huong, Do Thu Huong, Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy, Nguyen Thu Thuy.


Abstract

Nowadays, number of students in emerging countries such as Vietnam, they lack of practical experience and research skills, are still increasing and questionable. This study will use a combination of analytical, qualitative analysis together with descriptive statistics in a special University case in Vietnam to address this issue.
Not only they need team work, foreign language and IT skills, but also we need to equip students with research skills.
Since the establishment of the Thai Nguyen school in 2004 in Viet Nam up to now, scientific research activities (scientific research) at the University of Economics and Business Administration (Business Administration), especially scientific research, have always been concerned and focused on. However, the number of research topics and especially the quality of the scientific works of students is still limited. In this article, we will mention the following issues: current status of scientific research among students of the University; The cause of the above problem and proposed some solutions to enhance scientific research activities of students with the characteristics of the fledgling school.

Key words: Education for students, research capabilities, skills, Vietnam.






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