Foreign Trade University (FTU) or National Economics University (NEU) are two of the top universities in economic training in the country. Even these two schools are considered “rivals”, causing people to have a headache to determine which is the “genuine” school.
The factors to make the distinction are many: from which side has better facilities to the better student quality, from which school’s celebrity list is longer to even fun things like the nickname “Harvard” Lang Pagoda” and “Stanford Pho Vong” which is more majestic… However, in each admission season, there is one question that makes students pay the most attention, which is Foreign Trade and National Economy, the university. Which has a higher percentage of graduates with jobs?
Which school has a higher employment rate?
This question has been partly answered recently through an exchange with officials of the two schools during the Admission and Career Counseling Day 2023 organized by the Ministry of Education and Training in collaboration with relevant units. held on the morning of March 19 at Hanoi University of Science and Technology.
Admissions and Career Counseling Day 2023 was held on the morning of March 19
The representatives shared that, in the university and college enrollment regulations since 2017, the Ministry of Education and Training has required schools to announce the percentage of full-time students who have jobs after 12 months from the date of birth. since the graduation of the two most recent courses compared to the enrollment year. So, every year FTU and NEU have announced this ratio since then.
First of all, for the school Foreign Trade University, theo “Student employment report sheet” Graduation year 2021, the rate of FTU graduates having jobs is at a very high threshold: 95.65% – 99.29%.
Accordingly, the highest rate belongs to International Business (99.29%), followed by Chinese Language (98.15%). As for majors such as: Accounting and Auditing, Economics, International Economics, Law… the employment rate fluctuates between 97% – 98%. The subject with the lowest graduation rate at FTU is French language (95.65%). In addition, the working area of FTU students after graduation is mainly in private enterprises and enterprises with foreign elements.
Employment report of FTU graduates in 2021
Still National University of Economics, the survey results of students who have jobs within 12 months from the date of graduation are determined by industry, training field, surveyed in the year immediately preceding the year of enrollment, subjects the survey was students who graduated in the previous year one year before the enrollment year. The rate of NEU students graduating in 2021 with employment ranges from 84.24% to 97.73%, not less than that of FTU.
Holding the “king” rate of graduates with employment of NEU is Computer Science (97.73%), followed by Human Resource Management (94.59%); Marketing (94.16%); Tourism and travel management (93.06%); Hotel Management (92.86%)… Contrary to Foreign Trade University, NEU’s International Business major has the lowest employment rate of graduates (84.35%).
Details of the rate of NEU students graduating in 2021 by discipline
National Economics University and Foreign Trade University are both the top higher education institutions in the country in teaching the field of economics. The quality of training has been proven throughout the process of formation and development of both schools. Therefore, it is difficult to say which school is better, “genuine” because each institution will have its own advantages and disadvantages.
Even looking at the published employment rate of graduates is difficult to assess, because there are many factors that influence this data such as: The total number of students in that industry is more or less, recruitment demand of the market… But in general, the employment rate and training quality of both FTU and NEU are very high. Many students, even though they have not graduated, have had jobs, in previous years the entrance scores of both schools were at the threshold of “touching the ceiling”, so choosing Foreign Trade or National Economy is fine, as long as you try hard enough. and persistently pursue.