Not just ideas, but ideas that are thought-provoking and creative, aiming to improve the quality of student life in Ho Chi Minh City.
what students need
Thanh Man (Saigon University) said that changes in the living and learning environment, digital technology have a direct impact on students’ lives and mental health. Mann commented, “Every school should have activities related to mental health screening of students, which should be considered as one of the work criteria.”
In addition, Mitra Tuan Dat (Pham Ngoc Thach Medical University) pointed out that among the City Student Union’s projects and programs, there is still a lack of projects to improve the health of students. From the future doctor’s perspective, DAT believes that we should not only deal with what happened, but we should also ask the question of more and more ups and downs and whether there will be a health problem, so we can predict it in advance. Should do
With the project to create a space to honor “Student 5 Good” in the City Student Cultural House, comments said it is necessary to consider a plan to create a “copy” in the online space. It will be more convenient when students want to get information without having the opportunity to visit this place in real life. Furthermore, the student union should focus on activities and programs to build a green life as it is a trend that many students actively follow.
Cu Tran (Ho Chi Minh City University of Law) said that his students had problems with checking foreign language certificates and suggested that the City Student Union support a website with monthly English tests according to TP standards and international certification standards and can build. .. Help students test their foreign language proficiency. Also, in order to create an environment for foreign language training and to realize the goal of integration for students, it is necessary to have many exchange activities with foreign students.
Make your business idea come true
Kieu Anh (University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City) shared that students have many innovative startup ideas, but very few translate the ideas into reality. There are many reasons for this, such as lack of experience, management knowledge, legal knowledge, capital investment… Although there are many start-up competitions at all levels.
“Is the startup award over?”, asked Kieu Anh. In fact, many projects are not “energetic”, it is very rare for units to get together after the competition, but only upon awarding. Qiu Anh said, “I think more attention needs to be paid not only to organizing the competition, but also to realizing the ideas.”
Kieu Anh analyzed the need for more effective and synchronous programs and solutions for the startup ecosystem in schools. One must start with student clubs to help equip students with entrepreneurial skills and knowledge. In particular, it is necessary to coordinate exchange of ideas, creation of start-up space, linking startup clubs of schools with business incubators.
A representative of the student union of the University of Economics and Law said that the unit is ready to cooperate with the City Student Union and other schools. These can be seminars, dialogues, consultations, finalization of ideas, as well as registration to protect intellectual property rights of projects when participating in competitions.
Several key university officials are interested in a project to help students access credit sources for studies in the period 2023-2025. The comments state that in addition to accessing sources, credit funds to support learning, it is very important to help students learn about the risks and ways to avoid falling into the “black credit” trap and with the organization There is a need for greater role of association staff.