Bachelor’s degree graduates rush to vocational schools

Many graduates with bachelor’s are attending vocational schools because they have been unable to find jobs. Analysts have warned about the big waste of society’s resources as many graduates, after spending money and time at university, are now returning to vocational school. Vice Rector of Pasteur Hanoi Junior College of Medicine and Pharmacy Le Hong Khanh said his school now has 1,000 students and 50 percent of them have finished other junior colleges (3-year training) or university (4-5 years), or even have a master’s degree. The proportion is higher for intermediate training: 70-80 percent of students now follow 2-year training courses have bachelor’s degrees in accountancy, business administration and banking. 

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