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Subjective Paper | Religion | India | Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022
The Problems Facing Higher Buddhist Education in Vietnam and Possible Solutions
Abstract: In Vietnam, Buddhist Higher Education faces obstacles that threaten its capacity to function. Consequently, consider the academic quality. Higher education quality is multifaceted. All of the following should be evaluated: students, instructors, infrastructure, instructional practises, curriculum, assessment, and learning materials. In Buddhist higher education research, these variables should be explored. In the author's literature study, there was no thorough appraisal of Buddhist Higher Education in Vietnam. This research aims to investigate Buddhist Higher Education in Vietnam. Applied research requires the author to assess what is available and what needs improvement. This study examined past and present problems and proposed remedies. Observational, statistical, and synthetic methodologies were used. Higher Buddhist education in Vietnam has the capacity to reach international standards, achieve its goals, and transcend the academic field if implemented effectively. Higher - level Buddhist education must lead students first to self - satisfaction and a comprehensive grasp of Buddhism, and then to personal liberation by lifelong application of the Buddha's teachings.
Keywords: Buddhism, Buddhist Education
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022,
Pages: 859 - 864