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Of the 16 universities with the highest tuition fees in Vietnam, five are public schools and 11 are private schools.
Universities have developed a variety of assistance programmes to help students access higher education, including loans, scholarships, housing and food aid.
Universities in Vietnam should start preparing different scenarios to adapt if the country experiences new COVID-19 incidences in the community, said Dr Nguyen Ngoc Dien, rector of Hoa Sen University.
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.
Almost half of all universities nationwide are turning to online tutoring to make sure students can keep up with their studies.
45% of the universities in Vietnam have provided online teaching in response to COVID-19, announced the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) at a video conference on April 17.
Amid the complex developments of the COVID-19 pandemic, many universities are preparing backup plans in case the results of the high school exams are not available for enrollment procedures.
Heads of many universities in Ho Chi Minh City, especially medical and pharmacy, on March 6 sought the People’s Committee’s approval to reopen on March 16 after six weeks of closure due to COVID-19 epidemic.
Lecturers and students at many universities in HCM City and elsewhere are making hand sanitisers and giving them for free to staff and students amid the public health emergency caused by the new strain of coronavirus.
As concerns over the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) mount, all the 63 cities and provinces nationwide are letting their students stay at home as part of enhanced measures to prevent the virus’ spread.
Several universities in Hanoi have permitted their students to stay at home for one more week after Tet to help prevent and control the spread of coronavirus.
Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha talks with about his plan to grant more universities autonomous rights.
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Universities in Vietnam have had an increasing number of scientific articles published in prestigious international journals.
Well-equipped and modern academic libraries to meet students’ demand of learning and relaxing are becoming an ideal destinations of students after class, break time and even weekends.
Experienced leader and academic, Professor Peter Coloe, has been appointed RMIT Vietnam Chairman.