Hoang Xuan Hiep, Rector of Hanoi Textile and Garment Industry University, shares the connection between his students and the industry in a workshop in Hanoi (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – PhD students need to connect with industries to benefit the economy in Vietnam, experts said at a recent workshop in Hanoi. Giang Manh Khoi, deputy director of the Institute of Technology Application, said: “Highly qualified human resources are always the leading factor for the success of a firm, with their outstanding innovations applied to the jobs. They should create a lot of value.” However, Khoi said: “The connection between industry, universities and the Government is not yet tight in Vietnam,” adding that as a result: “Graduates, as the core of the most firm’s R&D departments are less involved with the firms’ activities and don’t create much value.” Professor Raymond Lee, from Portsmouth University, told Vietnam News: “Many PhD students just stay at university, studying to become lecturers,” adding: “They may not understand what the industries need.” To solve the problem, eight Vietnamese universities and firms have worked with the UK’s Portsmouth University, Cardiff University and Greenwich University under the sponsorship of the British Council as part of a project named… Read full this story
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