A Vietnamese English teacher from Hanoi was among several ‘Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts’ honored at the 2019 Microsoft Education Exchange (E2) held in France earlier this month.
Nguyen Tue Anh, PhD, researcher at Oxford University, is not only famous for her research in public services and infrastructure, but also for activities to help young people.
The Embassy of Japan in Hanoi has announced that students who want to study in Japan must include a high school graduation certificate in their visa application starting from March 1.
Four more universities in Việt Nam have been recognised with a Cambridge International A Level qualification.
A total of 23 Memoranda of Understanding were signed between Vietnam and UK education institutions during a forum held in London to boost cooperation and educational investment between the two countries.
Hanoi’s Department of Education and Training will continue piloting the international training programme for Vietnam’s national secondary level curriculum.
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Vietnamese students won two gold medals at the International Talent Mathematics Contest (ITMC), which took place in Thailand from February 7 to 11.
There will be a shortage of some 5,400 arts teachers when the new general educational curriculum is first implemented in the 2020-21 school year, Tuổi Trẻ (Youth) newspaper reported.
Feeling pity for ‘smallest boy in Viet Nam’ who used to live isolated from the outside world, Dang Van Cuong – the principal of Sơn Ba Primary Boarding School in the central province of Quang Ngai – persuaded Dinh Van K’Re’s parents to let him attend
Duong Thi Thuy Van, with her outstanding school records and the desire to discover and challenge herself, has chosen to apply to the Information Technology (IT) Faculty of the Institute of Telecommunications, leaving behind her pedagogy study.
“Vietnam – Our motherland/With vast paddy fields, no paradise on earth can be comparable/ Cranes’ wings spread over the sky/ Trường Sơn Mountain hides in fluffy clouds.”
Tran Thi Thuy has gone from teaching English at a rural school in a poor region in northern Vietnam to a globally recognized teacher.
Vietnamese Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha and Minister of State at the UK Department for Education Nick Gibb discussed the two countries’ educational cooperation during their recent talks in London.
At the age of 24, Khang A Tua, an ethnic Mong minority, has become one of 54 first students of the Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV).
In a makeshift hamlet in Hanoi, many children go without an education because their parents are too poor, reported Giao Duc Viet Nam (Viet Nam Education) Newspaper.
The German parliament has approved the “Bildungscampus Deutscheland” (German education campus) project in Ho Chi Minh City.