For the time being, a great survey campaign is being conducted on a large scale by the four Vietnamese universities to get feedback from their students, alumni, lecturers and employers about the training programmes on Molecular and Materials Science (MMS).
MMS is the interdisciplinary science between Physics, Biology, Chemistry and Technology, aiming to study materials at the molecular level to develop their modern appications in medicine, pharmacy, electronic engineering, environmental treatment, new energies,etc. At Vietnamese universities, the integration of modules in the field of MMS into training programmes has begun to be implemented in recent years. However, the level and volume of MMS modules in the training programmes are not significant compared to their importance. Consequently, the effectiveness of these training programmes has not been achieved as expected.
Within the framework of the project “Developing training programs in the field of Molecular Science and Research-oriented Materials” under the European Union’s Financing Program through the Education and Audiovisual Administration and Culture (EACEA), we want to improve the quality of training in the field of MMS so that training programmes could meet the needs of society. For this purpose, a Conference will be held on March 2019 in order to assess the role and effectiveness of MMS teaching and thereby orient to upgrade existing training programmes. In order to obtain objective information, this survey campaign is conducted with the purpose of receiving feedback from students, alumni, lecturers and employers about the teaching of Molecular Science and Materials in present training programmes at these four Vietnamese Universities.
Survey timeline: From 15 January to 15 February 2019.
Target groups: students, alumni, lecturers and employers of the four universities: Can Tho Univ., Da Nang Univ. of Education, Quy Nhon Univ. and Hanoi National Univ. of Education.
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