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Vietnam: E-learning catches on

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Fri Nov 13 2009

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The 24-year-old software verification

employee of South Korean-invested Kraze Vina is taking a business

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administration course through the TOPICA electronic learning

(E-learning) program at Hanoi Open University.

 

What

makes the two-year course so interesting is that Ha's teachers, several

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of whom are businesspeople, often use real-life situations to get their

point across.

 

"Real examples help us understand the lessons quicker, and we can watch the same lectures as many times as we want," she told Thanh Nien Weekly.

 

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Like Ha, many students and employees are taking the course to learn things that universities don't teach.

 

Some

1,900 students and 105 entrepreneurs have registered for the "1,000

Businesspeople Share Their Experience with Youth via E-learning" study

program co-organized by TOPICA, the Vietnam Youth Association and the

Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association.

 

Over the next two years, the program is expected to train 30,000 students and 1,000 businesspeople.

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