According to the Department of International Cooperation report, MOET, in the 2020-2021 school year, the number of foreign-invested educational institutions accounted for 17% of more than 3,800 non-public educational institutions.
By the end of June 2022, Vietnam has attracted 605 projects in education with a total investment of more than 4.57 billion USD, coming from 33 countries/territories. The country has more than 400 joint training programs at the undergraduate level with foreign countries, including 186 programs licensed by autonomous higher education institutions and 222 programs approved by the MOET.
Deputy Minister Nguyen Van Phuc affirmed at the 2022 Conference on cooperation and investment in education on September 15, “Vietnam is a country with a large young population, has a tradition of filial and is willing to invest to study at high-quality educational institutions. Vietnam is a country with stable security, politics, and open visa policies between countries in the region. Therefore, investing in building educational institutions and implementing high-quality education programs in Vietnam not only attracts Vietnamese students but also can attract students in the region and internationally. Simultaneously, the opportunities and potential for investment in education in Vietnam are huge.”
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