Those who are not eligible for University (degrees not too weak) have one more chance: International Cooperation Programme.
In countries of developed education, universities can admit all graduates from high schools so entrance examinations are not required. So on the one hand, it is easy for pupils to apply International Cooperation Programme.
On the other hand, there are 2 difficulties.
+ In term of Finance: Tuitions are several times higher than our country's. One-year tuition in China and Taiwan, in Europe is 1,500 to $2,500, over $10,000 respectively. Nevertheless, high tuition does not mean high knowledge; high living standards increase service fees including tuitions.
+ In term of Foreign language: Studying in China and Taiwan, students shall master Chinese or English; studying in the UK, U.S., Australia and Netherlands, student should employ English. Moreover, they have to spend at least one year learning a foreign language to be able to learn in that language. However, it can’t be denied that studying foreign language provides students with many benefits for their future careers.
HUBT has cooperated with Saxion University of Netherlands regarding Bachelors (and Masters) based on the curriculum 3+1 (3 years HUBT + 1 year Saxion); and cooperated with some universities of the UK, U.S, and Australia based on 3+1. This curriculum provides students with English skills before going abroad, as well as reducing financial burden.
Actually, tuitions in Europe are beyond the cover of the majority of Vietnam, so HUBT cooperated with universities in China and Taiwan regarding Bachelor Programme (and Masters through more diverse training modes as 1+3, 2+2, and 3+1 for Bachelor Programme.
Although it is easy to study abroad without entrance examinations, it may not if they lack enough high school knowledge. In that case, it is required that you learn hard to fill knowledge gaps.