E-learning or online education appeared in Vietnam 10 years ago, but has only been flourishing in the last three years.
While many universities complain they cannot find enough students, some vocational schools have unexpectedly filled enrollment, though they set relatively high exam score requirements.
(VNF) – Innovate Like a Swede – a nationwide competition to inspire sustainable business ideas for Vietnamese students was kick started on Monday in Hanoi.
(VNF) – If you happen to visit Tuyen Binh commune, Vinh Hung district (Long An province) in an evening, you’ll have chance to meet the teachers and students of a special class which has been run consistently over the last 4 years without requiring tuition fee.
Bui Thi Phuong, a woman living in Nghia Lo Town in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai, wanted a collection of stories to gift her daughter on her birthday. However, she was unable to find the perfect gift despite wandering around book stores in the town for several hours...
More than 2,200 Vietnamese are currently studying in New Zealand, putting it among the Top three Southeast Asian countries in terms of student numbers, Education New Zealand (ENZ) revealed at a recent conference in Ho Chi Minh City on studying abroad.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged accelerating land clearance for the construction of the Vietnam National University-Hanoi, which is at the core of a planned university town in Hoa Lac area, Hanoi’s suburban Thach That district.
(VNF) - According to Dr. Johnathan Halevy from Family Medical Practice infirmary, half of preschool students and 40 percent of Vietnamese adolescents sleep less than a normal sleep of 8 hours.
Ho Chi Minh City always creates good conditions for the Vietnam National University (VNU), Ho Chi Minh City and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to cooperate in post-graduate training and medicine research.
While educators continue to argue about whether to teach children to read and write at the age of six, Vietnamese parents are practicing both skills with their children aged 4-5.
Overseas Professor Tran Thanh Van, talks to the newspaper Tien Phong (Vanguard) about the country’s need to pay a high salary to people working in science and technology.
An independent group of six researchers who are working in Vietnam and other countries have announced a list of 49 top local universities on September 6.
(VNF) - The British Council recently presented the “International School Award” (ISA) to 14 schools in Vietnam with excellent performance in the ISA project 2016-2017.
(VNF) - This year, International Literacy Day (8 September) will be celebrated across the world under the theme of ‘Literacy in a digital world’.
Several Vietnamese private publishing houses have gained success in exporting books, though the number remains modest.
(VNF) - "Every Last Child", the campaign which aims to ensure education quality for children of ethnic groups is a meaningful initiative by Save the Children to kick start the new school year.
More Australian students will head to Vietnam in 2018 to study and undertake work placements under the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan mobility program.