High Quality Institutes – the engine for qualitative further development of Vietnamese vocational education and training

Coverbild: BWP 2/2021
Issue/Year (Volume) 2/2021 (50)
Page(s) 57-58

So-called High Quality Institutes (HQI), which are state-funded, might be able to play a significant role in the further development of vocational education and training in Vietnam. They offer areas of potential by means of a closer integration of trade and industry in the structuring of training provision and through their alignment to international standards. The Vietnamese VET system as a whole could benefit if this potential could be firmly established. The article presents the aims and objectives of funding the HQIs and illustrates how they have helped to inform the further development of Vietnamese VET strategy 2030 within the scope of the consultancy services provided by the German Agency for International Cooperation, GIZ, and BIBB.