The article discusses partnerships between U.S. universities and higher education in Vietnam. The author notes that the Saigon Institute of Technology will offer a degree program in collaboration with Houston Community College and discusses how room for growth in Vietnam's higher education sector has led to interest from U.S. colleges. Procedures for the employment of foreign teachers in Vietnam have been simplified. The author comments that bureaucracy, corruption and a lack of computer science and engineering courses have hindered Vietnamese higher education. Concerns over the presence of unaccredited schools and educational services, such as distance-learning courses, in Vietnam are noted.
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