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Female student wins full doctoral scholarship to Singapore university

Ngo Phuong Trang, born in 2022, a university student majoring in computing science at Hanoi University of Natural Sciences, has received a full scholarship to pursue a doctorate at the National University of Singapore (NUS)

SCG Sharing the Dream 2023 empowers dreams for Steady - Sustainable Generation

SCG Sharing the Dream Scholarship program started its journey in 2007, targeting strong-willed Vietnamese students who are living a tough life and encouraging their contributions to the community through environmental and social initiatives.

Vietnamese graduate wins full scholarship to attend medical school in the US

After graduating from Wellesley College majoring in biochemistry, Trinh Mai Chi, with impressive research achievements, has won a full scholarship to study at Johns Hopkins, the world’s leading medical university.

Three Vietnamese students win IELTS Prize 2021

Three Vietnamese students are named in the list of 26 candidates across East Asia to win the IELTS Prize 2021, presented by the UK's international educational and cultural organization - British Council.

Vietnamese student wins VND7 billion doctoral scholarship to study in the US

After completing a master’s program in South Korea, Nguyen Van Giang won a scholarship to study for a doctoral degree in computer science at Auburn University with the financial support of $80,000 per annum.

Former literature student graduates in computer science from US

Tran Kha Vy, 23, has had quite an experience studying abroad at Minerva Schools at KGI (USA), which has an acceptance rate of only 1.8%.

Vietnamese-American PhD student wins scholarship to Columbia University after studying Han Nom

Nguyen Thuy Dan won a scholarship from Columbia University in the US to pursue a doctorate in East Asian languages and cultures, with research on the formation and development of Vietnamese thoughts in medieval and modern times.

23-year-old wins nine scholarships for doctoral study in the US

Vo Pham Thuy Tien has won full scholarships from nine prestigious schools in the US.

Journey to Harvard by a Vietnamese student

Graduating from Harvard University with a master's degree in Public Policy, Tran Ha Duong said that he thought the prestigious school was “completely beyond my reach”.

High-ranking officials’ relatives study with state money, but don’t return to work in state agencies

The Quang Ngai Department of Home Affairs has found it difficult to claim back VND10 billion from four individuals who studied abroad with provincial funding but didn’t return to work for provincial agencies as they had previously committed.

Student is first Vietnamese to win scholarship for master's degree at University of Sydney

Earlier this year, Le Trieu Anh, born in 2001, is one of 10 students chosen to receive a scholarship worth VND2 billion to study at University of Sydney.

‘Super-girl’ wins two prestigious scholarships

After high school graduation, Do Thuy Linh won two prestigious scholarships to study at Japanese and Dutch universities.

Young Asian Chess Cup champion wins scholarship of VND3.3 billion

Young Asian Chess champion 2019 Nghiem Thao Tam, 18, got a perfect score of 800/800 on the SAT Math II test and a band score of 7.0 on IELTS test. 

Scholarships granted to children of policy beneficiary families in Dong Thap

Children of policy beneficiary families in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap received 100 scholarships valued at VND1.5 million each and 100 gift sets, including notebooks, cake, and necessities, from generous donors on Saturday, December 26.

Student refuses 10 US universities, decides to study in Vietnam

Ten universities in the US and one in Japan granted scholarships worth billions of dong, but Ninh Quynh Anh registered to study at Fulbright University in Vietnam. 

Vietnamese teenager offered 13 college scholarships in the US

Phan Thi Hanh is a name heard often in the coastal commune of Cuong Gian in Nghi Xuan district of the central province of Ha Tinh. The girl, born in 2000, has won scholarships from 13 prestigious schools in the US.

Some students abroad suffer from depression, commit suicide

Unable to integrate into the foreign school environment because of language and cultural differences and difficulties with the curriculum, some Vietnamese students overseas have tried to commit suicide.

First Vietnamese winner of an OPEC scholarship in 10 years

VietNamNet Bridge - Of several thousand candidates from 140 countries, only 5-10 receive scholarships from OFID, the OPEC Fund for International Development.

Four major problems in educating children in Vietnam

A list of four major flaws in Vietnam’s education compiled by Nguyen Tuan Hai, the owner of an education establishment in Hanoi, has been disseminated among the public. Many parents have admitted that they make at least one of the four mistakes. 

Vietnamese schoolgirls win scholarships at prestigious universities

VietNamNet Bridge - The world’s leading universities will include talented Vietnamese who will enroll this year.