Boring curriculums contribute to university dropouts

Lecturers have said hundreds of students had been either being expelled or left universities because of boring curriculums and a lack of interest.From 2006 to 2015, Binh Phuoc Province subsidised 828 students but 232 were frequently absent from classes or failed to meet the academic goals. 128 students were expelled or left.Ho Chi Minh City University of Agriculture and Forestry expelled 946 students for being too lazy with their studies. They received three warnings before being expelled. Ho Chi Minh City University of Law issued a list of 320 students who were either expelled, suspended or given warnings. Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities issued warnings and expelled 214 students that couldn’t meet the minimum credits or average scores of all subjects.  Ho Chi Minh City University of Law issued a list of 320 students who were expelled, suspended or given warnings Lecturer Le Ba Chi Nhan from the University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City, said, “Nowadays, students have so much modern technology but they depend on the gadgets and technology too much that they become too lazy to think for themselves. Some ignore their studies after enrolling in universities to find work.”He went on to say that it’s sad when universities had to expel students. In order to ensure quality output, universities should find ways to make classes more attractive to students.Tran Van Lop, deputy head of Hanoi University of Science and Technology, said most of the expelled students were first or second years…. [Read full story]


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