Doan Thi Thanh Hoa hoadtt@ueh.edu.vn University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City 01B Nguyen Trung Truc, Ward 8, Vinh Long city, Vinh Long province, Vietnam
Education export is a newly developed field in international trade, including higher education. Many developed countries in the world have had an important source of income from higher education exports with various forms of cooperation. Over the past time, universities in Vietnam have made great efforts to improve the quality of teaching and research and gain recognition from prestigious ranking organizations in the world to step by step promote the export of higher education institutions. It can be seen that the educational export provided by our country has a special advantage in some aspects, but it is far behind the developed countries in this field. The article analyzes the aspects related to higher education export models of countries around the world, thereby proposing appropriate directions for the coming period
Education export
higher education
the world

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