At a Glance

EIU REVIEW aims to provide readers with insights, ideas and innovative solutions that help bring positive changes at work and in life.

In the first phase, the audience of EIU REVIEW is mainly EIU lecturers, staff, students, and alumni, as well as managers, businesses, external lecturers, experts, and scholars interested in the magazine.

EIU REVIEW focuses on areas such as business, economics, management, engineering, information technology, health sciences, and other related fields. The content of the articles must be presented in an easy-to-understand form, use clear language, and can have a positive impact in our community.

Aims & Scope

EIU REVIEW aims to contribute to the development and improvement of the quality of teaching and learning, scientific research, quality assurance activities, and management of professional tasks at the Eastern International University. EIU REVIEW also aims to contribute to the sustainable development of the community, Binh Duong region, and the whole nation.

EIU REVIEW complies with the regulations of the Government, the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ministry of Information and Communications, and other relevant agencies on the management of content and forms of publications.

EIU REVIEW’s principles follow the EIU’s educational philosophy.

Article Classification

Articles published in EIU REVIEW include, but is not limited to:

  • Articles that discuss creative and innovative solutions to serve the community inside and outside EIU;

  • Articles that review the findings from author’s published scientific articles in reputable foreign or domestic scientific journals. By doing so, the author can disseminate his/her research findings that the author considers they could be beneficial for readers at EIU and the community;

  • Articles written on a theory or improvement initiatives that can be applied in practice;

  • Articles written on new research ideas;

  • Articles written on lessons and best practices that are drawn from past experiences and challenges of teaching, learning, scientific research, and management;

  • As a core university of Binh Duong’s industrial region, EIU welcomes articles on topics including, but not limited to, the actual development needs of: EIU, Becamex Group, Binh Duong Province, Binh Duong Smart City Project, and other related projects.

Editorial Board

Chief Editor

Dr. Nguyen Van Phuc

President, Eastern International University
Associate Editor

Dr. Ngo Minh Duc

Vice President, Eastern International University

Editorial Assistant

Mr. Do Thanh Tung

Vice Director of EIU Library, Eastern International University