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The recent disputes over school fees between VAS and parents have revealed painful weaknesses in financial management and training quality at the institute.
Hanoi has extended school closures until April 5 to ensure safety for local students amid the complicated developments of the COVID-19.
Forbes Vietnam has announced the “30 Under 30” list in 2020 which featured the most influential faces in the field of business and start-ups, social enterprises, arts and creative industries, entertainment, education and science.
Many public and private universities throughout the country in the 2020-2021 academic year will launch new majors to meet labour market trends and demands.
Vietnam has comprehensively "internalized" international conventions on human rights.
Communication and education on human rights should be conducted regularly, continuously, proactively, comprehensively, and convincingly through practical stories.
Vietnam has missed out in the ranking of Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2018 despite getting high scores.
In human rights education, besides the education and training system, solutions for strengthening out-of-school education are needed, which are basically in political and social organizations.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution brings not only new issues, but also possibilities for Vietnam’s education and training sector to improve its quality in order to overcome the thirst for high-level labour.
Vietnam appears poised to enjoy a leap forward in education thanks to an increasing contribution from the private sector and the use of cutting-edge technologies.
On the occasion of the Teachers’ Day in Vietnam, Mr. Troy Griffiths, deputy managing director of Savills Vietnam, shares his view on investments in the education sector in this country.
Bumpy roads cannot stop teachers in the northwestern mountainous province of Son La from fulfilling their mission of teaching pupils in remote schools.
Germany and Vietnam decided to expand the co-operation in future-oriented fields such as vocational training, energy, and environment.
Singapore and China have signed nine agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) in various fields such as customs clearance, intellectual property management, education, innovation and communications, and smart city development.
As many as 169 children engaged in a dialogue with representatives from the Government, sectors and organisations in Hanoi on August 17 as part of the sixth national children’s forum.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc held talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on July 1 as part of his attendance at the G20 Summit and visit to Japan.