With emphasis on these 4 key areas, the 12 UK–VN HEP projects have diversified their approaches in delivery from capacity building activities for leaders, researchers, academic and practitioners in professional areas, knowledge transfers in teaching and inspiring students in entrepreneurship education, new ways of research through the “creative lanterns” approach, to building models and tools to measure the effectiveness, impact and sustainability of GUI (Government – University – Industry) partnerships, etc.
The aim of this project is to enhance international capacity of higher education through improving the quality of university teaching, and the efficiency of training students towards internationalization, to establish and develop lasting cooperation among HEI and private sector, to influence the way universities work and enable them to learn from the entrepreneurial nature of companies, develop and use case studies based on the experience of companies – enhance their teaching and learning methods and gain an understanding of the needs of enterprises and improve the curricula accordingly. The idea is to move towards becoming Entrepreneurial Universities.
|1||Environment for Development (EfD)||2017 - 2021||Swedish International Cooperation Development Agency (Sida)||Economy & Environment Partnership for Southern Asia (EEPSEA)|
|2||Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education||2017 - 2021||Erasmus+||School of Banking|
|3||Environmental Economics Partnership for Greener, Cleaner, and Inclusive Development in Southest Asia||2018 - 2022||Swedish International Cooperation Development Agency (Sida)||Economy & Environment Partnership for Southern Asia (EEPSEA)|
|4||Strengthening Provincial Capacity Program (SPC)||2019 - 2024||USAID||School of Government|
|5||Raising legal awareness and strengthening coordination among state agencies, organizations and communities in classification, storage, transfer and collection of municipal solid waste||2021 - 2022||European Union||School of Law|
|6||Fostering the positive linkages between trade and sustainable development||2021 - 2023||Trade4SD||School of Economics|
|7||Food loss in the Pangasius Catfish Value Chain of the Mekong River Basin||2022 - 2025||Australian Center for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)||Health and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (HAPRI)|
Check out the following past and ongoing research projects at UEH done on a local level.