As an international public university, USTH always strives to improve the quality of teaching and learning in order to provide the best educational environment for students. The accreditation of training programs is the most accurate measure to evaluate the training quality of the University. USTH ’s training programs were assessed and accredited by The High Council for the Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (HCERES).
Currently, accrediting the quality of training programs is a hot issue. Quality control is the best way for universities to evaluate themselves, to make appropriate improvements to ensure the interests of students. In foreign countries, students and parents highly consider the results of training quality accreditation of university, which is one important element to make a decision to choose the training major and university. Accreditation ensures students receive accurate information about the university and its training programs, including the services received during their studies as well as the achievements of the graduates.
Students attending accredited universities also have the added advantage of transferring credits between universities and being considered for graduate programs with higher success rates. Therefore, accreditation is an essential need for any university if it wants to attract students.
USTH’s Principal Rector l shared: “USTH’s invitation to HCERES is part of the process of gradually standardizing all of the school’s training programs. USTH wishes to receive an objective assessment from a reputable and experienced accrediting organization to be able to see the strengths and weaknesses of the training programs, thereby taking improvement steps to improve the quality of the training programs. more quality. Moreover, the accreditation also contributes to improving the school’s reputation in the field of education and increasing the competitiveness of USTH students when entering the labor market.
Benefits for learners
USTH’s training programs are highly appreciated by HCERES, including innovative teaching methods and internationalization. USTH is a pioneer in Vietnam and Asia in applying the European process (Bologna Process). Therefore, the duration of training at Bachelor – Master – Doctoral level is 3 years, 2 years, and 3 years, respectively.
The program is taught 100% in English, providing the opportunity to access the world’s science and technology and especially the high competitiveness in the labor market. USTH focuses on learning theory together with practice when creating conditions for students to study and research in modern laboratories. Before graduating from undergraduate and master’s degree programs, students must undergo an internship lasting from 3-6 months at the best laboratories of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, in France or another country.
Being accredited and accredited by HCERES is of great significance to the development process of the university, more importantly, it is a guarantee of USTH’s training quality not only for learners but also for the learning community. international art. The most practical thing is that USTH degrees and credits will be considered equivalent to other universities in Europe. Thereby, creating favorable conditions for students when transferring to Master/Ph.D., especially when applying to universities in Europe or increasing their competitive advantage in the job market (many companies mentioned above). clearly prioritize recruiting graduates from internationally accredited schools).
On the University’s side, being recognized as qualified also increases opportunities for educational cooperation with international partners, attracts international students to study, and internationalizes training programs.
By gradually standardizing the training program, USTH is opening the door to deep international integration for learners, enhancing the university’s position in the international arena. USTH graduates are not only good at their profession but also fluent in English, strong in skills, and confident to enter the labor market of Vietnam and the world.