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The HCM City Department of Education and Training has proposed financial support for preschool teachers and students, with aid to be given first to preschools located near industrial parks and export processing zones where many workers live.

Ministry petitions for unchanged tuition to share financial burden with students

The Ministry of Education and Training has presented its petitions to the Government calling for unchanging tuition fee for the 2020-2021 school year, in order to share the financial burden with parents and students.

Police urge Hanoi students to use social networks properly

To improve security and safety of social network environments for students, especially secondary students, Hanoi’s Bac Tu Liem district has implemented the pilot model "For a healthy environment on social networks”.

Students at teacher training universities to be supported VND3.63m a month

Students at teacher training universities will get financial support of VND3.63m (USD156) a month from the government from November 15.

Students' take the lead in environmental protection activities

Students, who account for one fourth of the country’s population, have applied their awareness and knowledge about natural resources and environmental protection to practical activities.

Lao Cai students offered nearly $900,000 in scholarships

Seven students in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai have won scholarships worth over VND20 billion (US$863,000) to universities in the US and Australia.

Dual degree programmes start this academic year

Several universities in Ho Chi Minh City will launch dual-degree training programmes in the 2020-2021 academic year in an aim to offer more diverse choices for students.

Tens of millions of students back to school after long COVID-19 break

Tens of millions of students from kindergartens to high schools nationwide returned to school on May 4 morning after a three-month closure to prevent COVID-19 transmission.

 

15-20 percent of HCM City primary school students do not study online

In HCM City, 15-20 per cent of primary school students have not been able to learn online, according to a report by the Department of Education and Training.

Students to compete in online run in May

An online running race for Vietnamese students in high schools, vocational schools, colleges and universities across the country and those studying abroad will take place from May 3-25 as part of activities to prevent the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Vietnamese students return to school after coronavirus epidemic under control

Students of nearly 30 cities and provinces are set to go back to school on April 27 after the novel coronavirus epidemic has been under control in the country.

Students start returning to school in low-risk provinces after months off

The northern province of Thai Binh and Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau were the two first localities in Vietnam to let students return to schools on Monday after an extended closure due to COVID-19.

Competition on Japanese literature calls for entries

The Japan Foundation Centre for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam and the Inoue Yasushi Memorial Foundation have recently launched the fourth edition of Inoue Yasushi Awards to honour theses on Japanese literature.

Hanoi offers televised lectures for 9th and 12th-grade students

The move was taken after Hanoi confirmed the first case of Covid-19 on March 6 and the city’s authorities continued to postpone the reopening of schools.

Millions of students back to school after virus outbreak

Millions of students in 59 provinces and cities went back to the school on March 2 after nearly six weeks of absence due to the outbreak of COVID-19.

Hue students make handwashing solution in line with WHO standards

Both teachers and students of Quoc Hoc Hue high school for Gifted Students in the central province of Hue have come together to prepare their own hand washing liquid that follows a formula developed by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Work hours for students should be managed: experts

Students supplementing college with part-time jobs could miss out on studies while they work.

Da Nang students make beach litter collecting machines

A group of students in the central city of Da Nang have successfully made a machine for gathering rubbish on beaches.

Vietnamese students have chance to become one-day Consul General

The Consulate General of Canada in HCMC has launched a competition where Vietnamese students will have a chance to lead the team at the Canadian Consulate and do activities in the name of the Consul General for one day.

 

Teachers overcome difficulties to help disadvantaged kids

Bumpy roads cannot stop teachers in the northwestern mountainous province of Son La from fulfilling their mission of teaching pupils in remote schools.