The Vietnamese government, i.e., the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET), has become increasingly sophisticated regarding the establishment of foreign campuses in Viet Nam. Reprinted below is an English translation of the text of Decree 99, courtesy of Tilleke & Gibbins, which will take effect next month. Shalom (שלום), MAA On December 30, 2019, the government … Continue reading Decree 99 Provides Guidance on Higher Education in Vietnam
"Yêu nước là tự hào về những giá trị tốt đẹp và khao khát sửa chữa những yếu kém của nước mình; yêu nước không ngăn cản việc con người ta thừa nhận lòng yêu nước của người dân nước khác, với những giá trị tốt đẹp của riêng họ. Tuy nhiên, dân tộc chủ … Continue reading Dân tộc chủ nghĩa phiên bản Mỹ – Vấn đề quá lớn để nhắm mắt cho qua
The clock is stuck at March 2019. While information may not always be power, it certainly is helpful in professional decision-making. The last SEVIS by the Numbers update was 10 months ago. I have sent no fewer than six (6) emails to our friendly colleagues at the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP), which is … Continue reading Time & Money for Fake Universities But Not Routine Data Updates
In the spirit of digital minimalism, my presence on social media is limited. In addition to LinkedIn, which I visit occasionally to mine the occasional nugget of gold in the midst of a vast expanse of ore, I have a Facebook account for my work (sorry, no pics of my latest restaurant meal!) and this … Continue reading The New & Improved IEVN Blog
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Here's a relevant paragraph from Stuart Anderson's 6.1.20 article for Forbes: New Restrictions on International Students: New enrollment of international students fell by more than 10% between the 2015-16 and 2018-2019 academic years. That has not discouraged the Trump administration from proposing additional international student restrictions. Items on the administration’s regulatory agenda include targeting Optional Practical Training (OPT), establishing … Continue reading "The Outlook On (US) Immigration In 2020"