• Dũng Lê
  • Nguyen Huu Quyet
  • Tran Thi Thuy

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The training of young generation’s political courage has been one of the key missions of Vietnamese entire political system in the context of the country’s deepening international integration. Over the past decade, the higher education institutions nationwide and in the North Central region of Vietnam in particular have geared much focus towards this mission. However, very little empirical research has been carried out to determine the effectiveness of training students’ political courage. The aim of this article, therefore, was to investigate the status quo of this training mission for students at the universities in North Central Vietnam through which it could dig out the efficiency and weaknesses of this mission. More than one thousand targeted students of the North Central region’s institutions were surveyed using questionnaire-based method. The data collected reflected students’ political knowledge, political will, and political beliefs resulting from their own institution political training outcomes. The findings showed that the efficiency of training students’ political courage outweighed the weaknesses, sparking on the importance of appropriate methods of training and prevalent characteristics of students in the region. This results also questioned into the needs for feasible solutions to address the existing shortcomings, and suggest further studies on a similar mode of training students’ political courage at other nationwide institutions.

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