RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHARACTERISTICS AND UNIVERSITY INTENTION: A CASE STUDY OF STUDENTS IN VIETNAM
Vietnamese students studying in universities worldwide in recent years have received the attention of parents, students and the whole society. This study aims to enrich the research literature, and this study explores the relationship between personality and intention to study at the university of Vietnamese students. This study was conducted through a cross-sectional survey using a targeted sampling technique of 400 high school students taking the exit exam. The SEM model is used to test the hypotheses, and the results show that: students have five personality types and all have a positive and significant impact on the intention to study abroad. In which personality neuroticism and extraversion act with large regression weights. This study provides valuable data for education policymakers, universities, businesses and study abroad consulting organizations.