A new report shows Vietnamese students perform best academically in East Asia and the Pacific and surpass even some from developed countries outside the region.
Hanoi faces a shortage of high school teachers that can teach in English, requiring universities to train more students adept at the language to meet demand.
APM Terminals partners up with AIP Foundation to promote road safety in Vietnam by sponsoring the education of road users and pedestrians in the community around Cai Mep International Terminal.
Vietnamese students have brought home a silver and four consolidation prizes at the 10th International Astronomy and Astrophysics Olympiad in Bhubaneswar city in India’s Odisha State.
The year 2016 has seen significant achievements and efforts from the entire education sector, helping boost its growth.
PSNews-The People’s Police Academy (PPA) in association with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) organized a ceremony to wrap up a cooperation project on building an electronic library, and to launch the Electronic Library of the PPA.
Two students from Tran Cao Van and Le Quy Don schools in Danang central city have clinched two first prizes at the International Robothon Competition 2016 held in Malaysia recently.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc visited the Australian National University (ANU), one of the world’s top ten research universities, right after his arrival in Canberra on March 14 (local time).
Nearly 200 delegates from 55 domestic and foreign universities are participating in the 2018 CDIO Asian Regional Meeting in the central city of Da Nang from March 12-14 to boost cooperation in technical training.
A project to give an educational opportunities to disabled students launched by the Disability Research and Capacity Development Center (DRD) in Ho Chi Minh City has made a real difference.
PSNews–The Steering Committee of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) and the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) for Joint Resolution NQLT 01/TƯ held a conference to review 5 years of implementation of the joint resolution on raising public awareness of “Management and education of family members to avoid crimes and social evils.”
Many policies for the disabled remain impractical and have yet to help students with disabilities access tertiary education.
PSNews-The French Education Fair called “Bienvenue en France!” organized by the French Embassy in Vietnam will be held on October 7th and 8th in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi with the theme “Environment & Sustainable Development”.
The 5th National Workshop on the Impact of Qualifications Frameworks and Regional Quality Assurance Standards on Vietnam’s Higher Education opened in central Da Nang city on May 30.
Tertiary education in Vietnam is facing greater demand for improved soft skills training to meet the needs of the private sector and the fast-changing and more internationally integrated economy.
Public concern is once again inspiring changes to education programmes in schools, with calls for more sex education to be included in the curriculum so that children can better protect themselves from sexual abuse.
Hanoi authorities have reassured the public that 100 percent of students in districts will be able to go to state-owned schools in the same districts as stipulated by law.
The Vietnam-Finland Innovation Partnership Programme phase 2 (IPP2) will sponsor Vietnamese universities to develop their curriculum on innovation and startup as a part of efforts to improve the startup ecosystem in the country.
As advantages of natural resources and labor forces cannot last forever, education, science and technology will help with the country’s growth and competitiveness, stated Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Tran Van Tung.
Statistics show that as many as 200,000 graduates cannot find jobs in Vietnam at present.