PSNews – The Department of Quality Management under the Ministry of Education and Training has just announced that all four members of the Vietnamese team participating in the 29th International Biology Olympiad won medals including three gold and one silver.
PSNews - All 6 Vietnamese students brought home medals from the 59th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO 2018) held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania recently. These medals include 1 gold, 2 silver and 3 bronze medals.
The number of Vietnamese students in the United States has increased consistently for 16 straight years, according to the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) annual “Open Doors” Report.
PSNews-20 bilingual students from Dien Bien Primary School were invited to the French Embassy in Vietnam to make moon cakes with the Ambassador to Vietnam Bertrand Lortholary on September 29.
PSNews – 18 Japanese enterprises have joined an exchange with Vietnamese students studying in Osaka prefecture to look for elite human resources in many fields of mechanism, manufacturing, information technology, logistics and services.
PSNews- According to the Education Quality Management Department under the Ministry of Education and Training, 4 students of Vietnam participating in the 2017 International Chemistry Olympiad all won medals, including 3 gold ones.
Vietnam is the fourth biggest source country for international students in Australia, according to a recent report by Australian Department of Education and Training.
Russia’s National Research Nuclear University (MEPhI) has granted graduation certificates to 28 Vietnamese students, who completed a six-year course on nuclear technology.
PSNews – Each year, more than 3,000 people die from drowning. Being so concerned about the figure, two students of the Faculty of Science of Can Tho university successfully invented an anti-drowning device.
On November 22, the Australian Embassy in Vietnam announced that a new group of 53 Australia Awards scholars will leave Vietnam in early 2017 to undertake postgraduate studies in Australia.
These scholarships were announced by Russian science and culture center in Hanoi. In the press conference on September 30, the center introduced the programme named “Russian Universities”, a long-term educational project hosted by the Russian Federal Cooperation Agency and Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training.
Vietnamese students showcased their technology and communication skills at the recent Asean Skills Competition (September 24-26) in Kuala Lumpur, netting third place.
This year, the prestigious International Design Awards presented prizes to two students from the field of graphics, Faculty of Industrial Arts, Van Lang University in Ho Chi Minh city.
All eight Vietnamese students of 12th grade won medals at the 20th Asian Physics Olympiad, according to the Ministry of Education and Training’s Education Quality Assurance Department on May 12.
Dutch Professor Gerardus’t Hooft, who won the 1999 Nobel Prize in physics, attended a meeting with students and science enthusiasts in Vietnam’s central city of Quy Nhon on July 25 as part of the annual Rencontres du Vietnam programme.
Students from poor families face many difficulties, but their success at school shows they also have the potential for high achievements.
The final round of Sparktacular 2017, a talent show for Vietnamese university students in Singapore, was held on February 25 at the Singapore Institute of Management.