SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT AT VIETNAM ACADEMY FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES IN THE CURRENT PERIOD

Trần Đăng Khởi, Lê Sỹ Điền

Abstract


In the training process, enrollment will be the first and key period that directly affects the quality of training. The current situation of the traditional enrollment thinkings in the past years has not met the changes and requirements for autonomy in enrollment in the current period. Therefore, renewing the enrollment mechanism, building enrollment plans, offering solutions to implement in the current period will help Vietnam Academy for Ethnic Minorities enroll enough for the full-time university system. In the scope of this article, the authors boldly propose a number of solutions to improve the enrollment quality at the university level of Vietnam Academy for Ethnic Minorities in the school year of 2021-2022 as a basis for related units to refer, comment and coordinate implementation in the school year of 2021

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25073/0866-773X/496

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