Life may be hard because of the flooding, but hope arrives for the children of Chuong My (downtown of Hanoi), one of the areas hardest hit by heavy downpours that began in late July, thank to an initiative which delivers books to youngsters via boat.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has been accused of going too slowly in implementing plans to reform the training of teachers at junior pedagogical colleges (3-year training).
The 2017 Robot Robotacon WRO, known as the Robot Talent Contest, on Tuesday opened for registration.
(VNF) - New Zealand Education Fair will return to Hanoi (March 18th) and Ho Chi Minh city (March 20th). This year, New Zealand's leading institutions will be offering a wide range of scholarships to Vietnamese students.
(VNF) - The UK Education Exhibition taking place in Hanoi on Mar 11th brought together representatives of over 30 highschool, universities and colleges from the UK.
As many as 2,000 Vietnamese students are studying in New Zealand, the New Zealand Education revealed at a seminar recently held in Ho Chi Minh City to introduce opportunities in the country.
A ceremony was held on March 8th to inaugurate a VND 1.5 billion (USD 65,790) primary school in Dak Koi commune of Kon Ray district, one of the three most impoverished localities in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.
(VNF) - The US Education Fair organized by the US Embassy in Hanoi capture mass attention from students and their parents. Representatives of over 60 universities and colleges in US showed up at the event.
Circular 28 issued by the Ministry of Education and Training is revealing shortcomings as many primary school English teachers in HCM City have left the profession because of low pay.
A scholarship program for masters-level study in Australia is calling for Vietnamese applications from February to March 2017.
The People’s Committee of Cau Giay District decided to dismiss Ta Thi Bich Ngoc, principal of Nam Trung Yen Primary School, and vice principal Nguyen Thi Huong on Tuesday morning.
The number of Vietnamese students granted New Zealand visas in the past 12 months increased 15 percent compared to the same period last year, according to data from Immigration New Zealand.
The leading universities in Vietnam were recently announced via the Webometrics Ranking of World University by a Spanish public research body.
(VNF) – Students in Vietnam now have chance to pursue Bachelor program in Tourism and Hospitality Management at RMIT University. The course aims at satisfying the rapidly increasing demand for manpower in Vietnamese tourism sector, which is forecast to reach 3 million by 2020, according to the National Tourism Development Strategy.
A Vietnamese math professor who earned his doctorate at Harvard University has found joy in educating children in his home country.
SCG – one of the ASEAN largest groups is looking for candidates for their internship program 2017. Real working experience, training opportunities and exposure to international environment are what participants will gain from the program.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) held a conference on January 7th, gathering heads of higher education institutions in Da Nang to discuss ways to enhance the quality of tertiary education.