On occasion of its 50th anniversary of founding, the faculty of Vietnamese studies and language received the second Labour Order for its outstanding achievements gained in research, teaching Vietnamese studies and language in the last five decades.
Vietnam and the Republic of Korea have inked a number of Memoranda of Understanding on cooperation in science and technology during a working visit to the RoK by Vietnamese Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Bac Son earlier this month.
(VNF) - The international scientific conference aiming to develop the theories of value education and the construction of value system in the context of international integration took place on July 4th, in Hanoi.
(VNF) - The Japan International Cooperation Agency and the Medical Service Administration (MSA) under the Ministry of Health co-organized a conference in Hanoi on July 1st to conclude the 5-year project for improvement of the quality of human resources in medical services system.
(VNF) - The World Bank has approved two credits value USD315 million to support the Vietnamese Government’s agriculture restructuring plan and help with the revision of a new education curriculum.
(VNF) - The five winners of the online quiz on climate change were awarded in Hanoi on June 26th. The quiz, which ran on the Facebook page of the EU Delegation from June 18th-24th, received extensive participation nationwide.
Sixth graders applying to study at Tran Dai Nghia School in HCM City will have to attend an English test instead of an entrance exam.
According to the cooperation plan between Vietnam and Russia in the field of human resource training for the nuclear industry, 80 Vietnamese students will be admitted to study in Russian universities in 2015.
(VNF) - Some 160 YSEALI members from Vietnam will have a two-week program (from August 3rd-14th, 80 members per week) at the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program campus in Ho Chi Minh city during the 2015 Fulbright YSEALI summer school.
TaeKwang Vina Company in the Bien Hoa industrial zone in the southern province of Dong Nai on June 5th inaugurated the construction of “TaeKwang pre-school” to serve workers’ children.
A delegation of ten Vietnamese students from Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted have won gold medals at the Asia-Pacific Mathematical Olympiad for Primary Schools (APMOPS2015) held from May 28th – 31st in Singapore.
A skills development roundtable opened in Hanoi on May 29th as part of a series of events aimed at strengthening Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Vietnam, led by the Australian Government in partnership with the Australian Industry Skills Councils.
Advice for Vietnamese teachers: do not waste time finding interesting and good materials outside the textbook to intrigue students, as doing so may lead to punishment.
(VNF) - The Australian Ambassador to Vietnam on May 26th launched “Vietnam: A study abroad guide” book for Australian students, providing information about study opportunities in Vietnam.
A woman in southern Vietnam has spent 10 years of her life teaching kids about health, environmental protection, and other social skills to protect themselves.
A free-of-charge kid’s playground has been open in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa since early May thanks to the efforts of a group of students and an instructor from Nha Trang University.
Nearly a hundred representatives from 15 Asian universities gathered at a forum held on May 22nd in the northern province of Quang Ninh to discuss the significance of green growth towards sustainable and harmonious development.