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Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2021    |    PP. 52-70    |PDF (257 K)|    Pub. Date: August 29, 2021
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Le Thai Phong, lecturer at Faculty of Business Administration, Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, Vietnam
Nguyen Thu Thuy, Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam
Nguyen Thi Hanh, lecturer at Faculty of Business Administration, Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, Vietnam
Vu Thi Kim Oanh, Scientific Research Office, Foreign Trade University
Dang Kim Thinh, Advance Program Student, Batch 57, ID: 1812280103

Knowledge is infinity that no matter how much a person learns, it will never be enough. However, it is through lifelong learning, a human can acquire the valuable asset of knowledge. This paper explores the role of university-business linkage in fostering the lifelong learning of the community. By collecting data through survey, using descriptive statistics and regression model for analysis, the research observes a positive effect of university-business linkage and the lifelong learning’s standpoint on the community's lifelong learning abilities. This positive relationship implies the need to extend the university-business cooperation and to shape an appropriate standpoint about lifelong learning that will help the community stay competitive in the workplace, engage in community civic life, enrich and fulfill personal life.

university and business linkage, university and business cooperation, lifelong learning, community

Cite this paper
Le Thai Phong, Nguyen Thu Thuy, Nguyen Thi Hanh, Vu Thi Kim Oanh, Dang Kim Thinh, THE ROLE OF UNIVERSITY AND BUSINESS LINKAGES IN FOSTERING LIFELONG LEARNING OF THE COMMUNITY, SCIREA Journal of Economics. Vol. 6 , No. 3 , 2021 , pp. 52 - 70 .


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