Universities to set their own admissions quotasViet Nam News.
The circular stipulates that the number of visiting lecturers taken into account will be capped at 5% of the number of academic staff. For example, if a university has 100 academic staff, then the number of visiting lecturers is five people at most. This percentage will apply to almost all majors, except art-related fields where the figure will be 30%. Previously, the ministry set a specific quota for each university, regardless of how many lecturers they had.
According to the draft circular, two criteria will be used to establish an admissions quota: the number of full-time students per lecturer and the area for academic activities per full-time student. The draft circular also revokes the current rule that the maximum size of a university must not exceed 15,000 full-time students (medical schools could not exceed 8,000 students and art schools could not exceed 5,000). Quality assessment will now play a role in determining admissions quotas.
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