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This year’s enrollment season has been stressful for tens of thousands of parents and students. The race to enter high schools has never been so competitive.

Child abuse cases occur mostly at private nursery schools

Bad management, substandard teachers, poor facilities, unobserved regulations and loose supervision. This is how Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha described household-run nursery establishments at the latest National Assembly session.

When will Vietnam’s universities be listed among the world’s top 100?

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam universities’ training quality and scientific research capacity both are still very weak.

High-school finals: one exam, two purposes

While The Ministry of Education and Training insists on the 2-in-1 exam model, education experts doubt its feasibility, saying that it is unreasonable to merge two exams with different purposes – high school finals and university entrance exams.

Counterfeit degrees churned out via online sellers

VietNamNet Bridge - A fake bachelor’s degree can be obtained in a few days, because the technique of counterfeiting degrees is now very sophisticated. 

Hanoi’s high school double-qualification program below expectations

VietNamNet Bridge - Hanoi has announced it will begin implementing a double-qualification training program for high school in the 2018-2019 academic year. However, many problems still exist.

Teachers, students say final exam questions too difficult

The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has been criticized for including difficult questions on this year’s high school final exams, in contrast to last year when it faced criticism for easy questions. 

Hanoi’s schools overloaded because of lack of strict regulations

VietNamNet Bridge - Real estate developers have built more urban areas in Hanoi, but they have not included schools in the areas. 

Fake degrees in VN causing headaches for employers

Training establishments confirm that they have discovered five to seven fake bachelor’s degrees a week. All types of degrees can be counterfeited, from driving licenses to foreign language certificates.

High expenses prompt VN students to rethink overseas study plans

The total expense that one student may have to pay for study overseas is no less than VND2 billion. If the student later finds a job with the monthly salary of VND20 million, he or she would only be able to cover expenses after 10 years.

Tertiary education: how to start removing governing mechanism?

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) is building up a plan on removing the governing mechanism to be applied on a trial basis at three universities. 

Tertiary education tuition to be determined by universities

MOET says that tertiary education quality is low partially because of the low tuition. 

Three universities seek governing autonomy

Hanoi Economics University, HCM City Economics University and Hanoi University of Science & Technology are considering a policy which would allow them to become independent from the Ministry of Education & Training (MOET).

Two Vietnam’s universities listed in QS top 1,000 schools

VietNamNet Bridge - HCM City National University and Hanoi National University have been listed in QS Ranking 2019. 

How is Vietnam preparing for AI in human resources?

VietNamNet Bridge - Data, algorithms and a good workforce are the three prerequisites that will determine the quality of AI products, according to experts.

Vietnamese parents show off children’s achievements

The 2017-2018 academic year has just finished and it’s time for Vietnamese parents to show off their children’s learning achievements by posting credits on social networks. 

What’s behind the figure of 200,000 unemployed university graduates?

There are about 200,000 unemployed workers with bachelor’s degrees, which accounts for 4 percent of the total number of jobless.

International cooperation in tertiary education poses challenges

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s universities have been advised to cooperate with foreign universities in tertiary education to improve training quality. 

Da Nang changes policy on attracting talents

VietNamNet Bridge - Da Nang City authorities have shifted from training talented people for long-term use to inviting specialists to work for short-term projects.

Education Dept’s request on praising bravery of ‘street knights’ creates public stir

The HCMC Education & Training Department has sent a dispatch to schools, asking them to commend the courage of five ‘street knights’ who were stabbed to death when trying to arrest armed thieves.