The University of Danang cooperated with Ministry of Education and Training to organize the Workshop on the Capacity Building development for staff and lecturers
The workshop was led by Dr. Nguyen Hai Thap – Director of Department of Teachers and Educational Managers and Prof. Dr. Tran Van Nam – President of UD. Attendees at the conference were leaders’ representatives of UD’s members and functional departments.
Speaking at the opening session, Dr. Nguyen Hai Thap presented a number of significances of the project building, in which he especially emphasized the improvement of qualifications of lecturers at undergraduate level, which partly due to the Vietnamese education has not been appropriately evaluated.
According to data reported at the year-end conference 2016-2017 held by Ministry of Education and Training in early August, the country has a total of 235 universities and institutes (including 170 public universities, 60 private universities, 05 universities with 100% foreign capital), 37 scientific research institutes with PhD training, 33 pedagogic colleges and 02 pedagogic intermediate colleges.
The total number of lecturers in universities is 72,792, of which, 16,514 lecturers holding PhD degree, 43,065 lecturers holding master degree and 12,507 lecturers holding undergraduate degree.
As of the 2016-2017 academic year, 491 teaching research teams (TRT) were established in the country, of which 36 teams of UD.
On behalf of UD’s leadership, Dr. Doan Gia Dung – Director of Personnel Department suggested some solutions to improve the capacity of faculty members and administrators, emphasizing the facilitation of
faculties to access to many sources of doctoral and short-term scholarships abroad, especially in developed countries; At the same time, the development and award of scholarships under flexible doctoral programs will help faculty members have better learning conditions in order to improve the professional capacity and training level.
Attendees made the workshop a great success by asking insightful questions to the speaker and leaders in charge. The workshop benefited all the participants and everyone had amazing takeaways.