Research Paper | Education Management | Vietnam | Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021
Solutions for Developing Lecturer Staff in the Context of University Autonomy: A Case at UFLS-UD
Pham Ngoc Mai Lan
Abstract: Lecture staff is the factor determining the quality of education, training, scientific research and development of universities. This is considered "a special productive force that creates products as human resources", and is also the subject of orientation to create sustainable development of the society. Besides, in the context of higher education in Vietnam today, autonomy is an inevitable trend to promote the development of higher education, which is a necessary condition for universities to survive and develop. When the university autonomy is implemented well, it helps to open up great development opportunities for universities in general and regional universities in particular. However, in order to realize the issue of university autonomy, universities need to have a strategy of university management, especially the development of lecture staff. From the assessment of the current status of the lecture staff, the management of them at the University of Foreign Language Studies -the University of Danang, Vietnam and the study of university autonomy issues in terms of personnel, the article proposed solutions to develop lecture staff at University of Foreign Language Studies -The University of Danang in the context of university autonomy.
Keywords: Lecture team, university autonomy, measure, development, UFLS
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021,
Pages: 1010 - 1015
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Pham Ngoc Mai Lan, "Solutions for Developing Lecturer Staff in the Context of University Autonomy: A Case at UFLS-UD", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021, pp. 1010-1015, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR211218153040
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