Twenty-seven cities/provinces have reported they lack teachers for the 2018-2019 academic year and want to employ new teachers.
State-owned universities with financial autonomy have announced an increase in tuition of 10-30 percent. However, they say the new tuition is still not enough to cover training costs.
In the past, part-time jobs for unversity students were often limited.
Hundreds of million textbook copies are printed every year, and most of them are thrown away or sold to scrap collectors just after one year of use.
With the new school year approaching, 43 cities and provinces across the country are facing a shortage of teachers.
Close to 500 Vallet scholarships worth VND 10 million (USD 428.39) each were presented to outstanding students from 58 high schools and six SOS villages in the north on August 23.
Doctor Kambiz Ghawami, President of the Organization for Supporting World University (WUS), member of Vietnam – Germany University Committee granted an interview to the World and Vietnam Report about Vietnam – Germany education cooperation.
A recent proposal to stop schooling on Saturday received applause from parents and students, but was frowned upon by schools over fears of breaking curriculum guidelines.
The government has approved tuition fee exemption for students at state-owned secondary schools and children aged five at nursery schools.
The Vietnamese team participating in the World Mathematical Olympiad 2018 in US recently brought home one silver and four bronze medals.
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Kazuyuki Nakane, visiting Japanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs, said the country will support Can Tho University to upgrade itself via its two existing projects that aim to turn the facility into an international university by 2020.
Delegates from more than 300 universities from over 30 countries worldwide have participated in the One Asia Convention Hanoi 2018 – Hope for the Future in Hanoi.
Nam Phong Racing team from the British International School (BIS) HCMC, with sponsorship from Audi Vietnam, will represent Vietnam in the F1 in Schools STEM Challenge World Finals taking place in Singapore from September 9 to 13, 2018.
Seventy students from six countries in Asia and the Pacific (Cambodia, China, Korea, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam) are learning more about France and Vietnam, right here in Hanoi.
As many as 70 Francophone students from Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, China, Thailand, and the Republic of Korea are joining a summer school program held in Hanoi from July 30 to August 4.
(VNF) – The third Vietnamese language and culture course for students of Keimyung University (Korea) was concluded on July 27.