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FPT signs IT collaboration agreement with MOET

FPT Group and the Ministry of Education and Training have signed a collaboration agreement to apply information technology into education and training in the period from 2019-2025.

In the framework of the Vietnam British Educational Suppliers Show (BESS 2019), FPT Group and the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) sign a collaboration agreement to apply information technology into education and training in the period from 2019-2025.


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MOET is signing a collaboration agreement with FPT Group


This is an essential step of MOET to innovate the whole education system of Vietnam with the aid of technology, in hope of bringing about practical benefits for teachers as well as learners nationwide.

Accordingly, the two partners will work together to implement the four primary goals of building a strategy for digitization and education development; applying IT into education and training, especially to develop the IT human resources; propagandizing new educational policies; and introducing innovative startup activities in education and training.

FPT Group is going to support MOET to prepare a general strategy on digitization as well as e-government construction; to modernize university training models via IT application; to become a strategic partner to foster innovative startup activities among university students and create a startup ecosystem. 

BESS 2019, theme ‘From Education 4.0 to Industry 4.0’, is jointly held by the Information Communications Technology Department, the International Cooperation Department (both are members of MOET), and the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), Vietsin Online Corporation.

This is the first time the event is organized in Vietnam to help local people access products and services in the field of educational technology from leading nations like Britain, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, and the US.

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