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Nhan đề: Quality challenges in transnational higher education under profit-driven motives: The Vietnamese experience
Tác giả: Thuy, Nhan Thi
Cuong, Nguyen Huu
Từ khoá: Higher education
Năm xuất bản: 2018
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Issues in Educational Research;pp. 138 - 151
Tóm tắt: Among educational practices in the era of globalisation, developing countries are emerging with diverse representations of transnational collaboration. This paper investigates the operation and regulation of joint programs in Vietnam as a case study of higher education under the impact of profit-driven motives. It first reviews the trends, international agendas, and model frameworks for the provision of transnational services in education. Drawing on professional experience as quality assurance practitioners, higher education policymakers, and transnational education teacher participants, the authors critically reflect on recent development of joint programs in Vietnam pertaining to major quality assurance, decision making, partner selection, and curriculum issues. Corresponding solutions are then recommended with reference to aforementioned frameworks of effective practices. This paper offers both theoretical and practical views of transnational joint programs to inform key stakeholders in the enhancement of international collaboration in higher education. It also hopes to contribute to a more pluralistic perspective of this international practice to the current research field.
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