Nguyen Quy Thanh, Le Ngoc Hung, Nguyen Thi Bich Thuy, Vu Thi Mai Anh

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In Vietnam, in the process of transition to a market economy, Shared Governance has become a governance trend in public universities and private universities whereby state political governance is focused on state management agencies and state administrative agencies, schools are autonomously applying Shared Governance with the participation of parties including scientists, lecturers, students, individuals and groups inside and outside school. The article uses survey data from the topic of Hanoi National University: "Annual Education Report 2018: University Administration in Vietnam in transition process" (National University topic, code No. QG.18.27), by the group author of this article, aims to clarify faculty participation of school groups in managing human resources, academia and finance.

Keywords: University governance, shared governance, faculty participation.


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