Universities in the Mekong Delta speed up their enrollment


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Most universities have sped up their announcement of enrollment targets and plans in 2023. Some schools have opened new majors and increased their targets to meet human resource needs.

Từ sau Tết Nguyên đán, các trường đại học tăng cường công tác tư vấn tuyển sinh.

Since the Lunar New Year, most universities have increased their admission consulting – Photo: TVU

Start the enrollment

Information from Kien Giang University, in 2023, the university will enrolls 22 majors, of which 2 new-open majors, including International Business and Plant Protection, with a total enrollment target of 1,675 formal and 529 part-time students. The university also enroll international students through offering scholarships.

Kien Giang University will enroll 85% targets based on high school results, the scores of the high school graduation exam in 2023, and the results of the capacity assessment exam of the National University of Ho Chi Minh City in 2023. The remaining 15% will be for direct enrollment and priority admission.

According to statistics from Kien Giang University, in 2022, the Admissions Council held four stages of admission. There were 1,582 students admitted to 20 majors. Among them, 1,461 students were admitted by their academic transcripts (92.35%); 118 candidates were admitted through the result of the high school graduation exam (7.46%) and 3 candidates were admitted through their results of the competency assessment test (0.2%).
Dr. Nguyen Tuan Khanh, Secretary of the Party Committee, Rector of Kien Giang University, said: “In the coming time, the school will have guidelines and policies to attract learners and support high schools in their technical and scientific research, innovative start-ups and development of foreign language clubs…

Information from Dong Thap University, in 2023, the school plans to recruit 4,080 students (3,951 university students and 129 college students). With 40 majors of formal university-level training, one college major in Early Childhood Education according to 4 independent admission methods.

Accordingly, method 1 is to consider admission based on the results of the high school graduation exam in 2023; Method 2 is admission based on high school results (school transcripts), receiving applications from April 1st, 2023; Method 3 is direct admission, or admission with priority; Method 4 of admission is based on the results of the 2023 competency assessment exam of Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City.

In 2023, Vinh Long University of Technology and Education recruited 2,790 students, in which 25 – 30% of admissions were based on the results of the high school graduation exam in 2023 and the high school graduation exam in previous years, 55 – 60% of the admissions based on the high school transcripts, and 15 – 20% of direct enrollment or admission with priority; 5 – 10% for admission according to the ability assessment exam of national universities in the country and the entrance examination combined with the exam to evaluate thinking ability organized by Vinh Long University of Technology and Education.

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High school students visit and experience the learning environment at Tra Vinh University

Opening new majors to meet human resource needs

In addition to traditional disciplines, many universities focus on opening new majors to meet the needs of human resources.

Over the past time, Tra Vinh University has invested in specific industries, expanded new industries in the direction of diversification, and closely linked with the business community and human resource needs for local economic and social development.

According to the leaders of Tra Vinh University, with the strong growth rate and development potential, the demand for human resources in the Logistics industry is expected to increase in the coming years.

Tra Vinh University has established the Logistics and E-Commerce Training Center to serve the urgent needs of developing human resources in Logistics in the Mekong Delta. It is a pioneering step for the school in the current shortage of human resources in Logistics.

In particular, the university focuses on investing and developing high-quality human resources in energy, electricity, ports, agriculture adapting to climate change, health sciences, economics, tourism, biotechnology, environmental management… At the same time, the school cooperates with enterprises inside and outside the province to conduct training by address, especially expanding the Co-op training program – the school’s specific training model.

Can Tho University focuses its resources on high-tech research, automation, digital transformation, and artificial intelligence. The above orientation aims to turn Can Tho University into an educational institution applying technology solutions and digital transformation in training and management. The school continues to develop research facilities and technology transfer outside to serve socio-economic development in the Mekong Delta and other regions.

According to the school’s leaders, based on the socio-economic development needs of the Mekong Delta and the whole country’s actual requirements and job position in the economic restructuring, the school boldly proposes and opens the mentioned training programs. These industries will meet the job demand in the next 5-10 years. The training program is also developed with the input of experts and employers to meet social needs.

Can Tho University has just established four schools (Polytechnic College; College of Information and Communication Technology; College of Economics; College of Agriculture). According to Prof. Ha Thanh Toan – the school’s principal, with the specialized school model, decentralization is promoted more strongly, increasing the active and creative role of subordinates and creating motivation for the development of each lecturer. Specialized schools will build development strategies associated with their strengths to serve the community.

By My Nhien