Work-integrated learning as a means to enhance employability of Vietnamese university graduates

Work-integrated learning as a means to enhance employability of Vietnamese university graduates

 09:16 07/05/2020

Abstract: Employability is an emerging issue, especially when there are a lot of complaints about disparity between what fresh graduates own and what employers need. The purpose of this paper is to provide the general literature of graduates employability in the world as well as in Vietnam. From that, the author points out the employability research gap in the literature, especially in the literature of Vietnamese. Finally, plausible reasons are given to argue why work-integrated learning approach should be applied in Vietnam to improve graduate employability. The paper plays a role as the call for WIL studies to improve graduate employability in Vietnamese context.

6. How to motivate ethnic minority students in secondary and high schools in disadvantaged northwest area of Vietnam to learn English effectively

6. How to motivate ethnic minority students in secondary and high schools in disadvantaged northwest area of Vietnam to learn English effectively

 19:52 08/02/2020

Abstract: Teaching English for ethnic minority students in remote Northwest area of Vietnam has always been a huge challenge for educators and teachers. With specific difficulties of the Northwestern region such as: the lack of basic learning facilities in rural schools; the majority of the students are ethnic minority people; students need to travel very long distances to school in small and dangerous paths in severe weather conditions and natural disasters all year round. Consequently, students lose learning motivation. This research presents some basic knowledge about motivation and indicates some key factors to motivate ethnic minority students in rural schools in the Northwest of Vietnam to study English effectively.
Keywords: Motivation, rural students, mountainous students, English, effectively, Vietnam.

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