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The British Council in partnership with University Access Centre HCMC (UAC) has launched the new computer-delivered IELTS test centre at 56 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Dakao Ward, District 1 of HCM City.


British Council holds series of events honoring cai luong

The British Council in Vietnam will organize a series of events in HCMC to honor cai luong (southern opera) as part of the Heritage of Future Past project.

Fifteen artists from different countries hold Hanoi exhibition

Fifteen artists from Japan, South Korea, Switzerland, Germany, Myanmar, and Vietnam will showcase some of their artworks at a group exhibition at VICAS art studio in Hanoi from November 24 to December 8.

European language festival set for Hanoi in October

Council of Europe: The 9th European Day of Languages to be held on the afternoon of October 19.

British Council project focuses on cultural heritage growth

The British Council has announced three recipients who will enjoy financial support from the Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth project.

Bilateral UK relations set to soar ever higher

Vietnam and the United Kingdom are boosting their bilateral strategic partnership in all sectors, including trade and investment. 

British Council, Education Ministry promote social enterprise teaching in universities

 The British Council in Vietnam and the Ministry of Education of Training of Vietnam last week signed a cooperation agreement on promoting social enterprise teaching and social reform in universities across the country.

Age to start learning English still debated

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese parents are receiving conflicting advice about when they should enroll their children in English classes.

UK's contemporary music celebration with heart and soul

VietNamNet Bridge – The British Council and CAMA Vietnam will bring the best of the UK’s contemporary music to Hanoi on November 9 and Ho Chi Minh City on November 10 with Anushka and Bwani Junction,

BRIT Award-nominated musicians to perform in Viet Nam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Guillemots frontman Fyfe Dangerfield to be joined by percussionist Greig Stewart, will perform stripped-down versions of their songs in Ha Noi and HCM City next week.