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Vietnamese PhD holder recognized as leading young scientist in Australiaicon

Vietnamese PhD holder recognized as leading young scientist in Australia

FEATURE
09/05/2021

Nong Ngoc Duy, PhD, honored as one of five leading young scientists in social sciences in Australia, said he had to work no less than 80 hours a week for a long time, and sometimes 14 hours a day, to survive the global competition.

VN woman - only Asian lecturer in English teacher education at Australia universityicon

VN woman - only Asian lecturer in English teacher education at Australia university

FEATURE
09/05/2021

At an interview for the post of lecturer at Flinders University, Ngo Tuyet Mai, when asked why the university should choose her, said in addition to her knowledge and experience, she also has empathy and understands international students.

PhD project: what if lecturers overseas don’t return to Vietnam?icon

PhD project: what if lecturers overseas don’t return to Vietnam?

FEATURE
01/05/2021

There are over 73,000 university lecturers, but only 28.8 percent of them have a doctoral degree.

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

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

SOCIETY
30/04/2021

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.

Senior teacher makes three proposals to newly appointed Education Ministericon

Senior teacher makes three proposals to newly appointed Education Minister

SOCIETY
25/04/2021

Nguyen Quang Thi, MA, from Bao Loc High School, a senior teacher with many years of experience, has made three proposals related to textbook reform, foreign language teaching and teacher management.

Hanoi-Amsterdam School ‘superman’ dreams of becoming astronomericon

Hanoi-Amsterdam School ‘superman’ dreams of becoming astronomer

SOCIETY
18/04/2021

A physics major at the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted has received two pieces of good news – acceptance letters from MIT and Princeton University in the US.

Special lessons given at border markers to local studentsicon

Special lessons given at border markers to local students

FEATURE
18/04/2021

At 5 am, the fog still covered the mountain surrounding the Huong Lap Frontier Post. But the teacher, a border officer, was already correctly dressed in uniform, reviewing the lesson plan in a preparation for his teaching period in the field.

Digital academy takes shapeicon

Digital academy takes shape

FEATURE
17/04/2021

The initial ecosystem for a digital school is taking shape at the Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology (PTIT).

From failed college candidate to physics professor in the USicon

From failed college candidate to physics professor in the US

FEATURE
16/04/2021

Dr. Nguyen Dong Hai spoke with VietNamNet about his path from a student who failed the university entrance exam in Vietnam to a professor of physics at Tennessee Wesleyan University in the US and his thoughts on pedagogical student training.

Pedagogy schools find it hard to lure good students despite gov’t effortsicon

Pedagogy schools find it hard to lure good students despite gov’t efforts

SOCIETY
15/04/2021

Pedagogy schools find it hard to attract more students though the government has made considerable efforts to lure good students including tuition fee exemption.

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

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

SOCIETY
15/04/2021

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.

Student wins prize for submarine robot inventionicon

Student wins prize for submarine robot invention

SOCIETY
14/04/2021

Tran Viet Lan, whose parents own a motorbike repair shop in Phu Yen province, has has won many provincial and national prizes for his inventions since he was an eighth grader.

NA deputy’s statement about career guidance, tertiary education stirs controversyicon

NA deputy’s statement about career guidance, tertiary education stirs controversy

SOCIETY
13/04/2021

A National Assembly deputy's statement that "having three bachelor’s degrees but remaining unemployed is a reality in Vietnam" has stirred controversy.

‘Super-girl’ wins two prestigious scholarshipsicon

‘Super-girl’ wins two prestigious scholarships

SOCIETY
12/04/2021

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

Female scientist pursues in-depth study about tertiary educationicon

Female scientist pursues in-depth study about tertiary education

FEATURE
10/04/2021

Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, 43, resigned from her post as a dean to which she was appointed at aged 27 to begin a new path of research about tertiary education.

Teachers have high expectations for newly appointed Education Ministericon

Teachers have high expectations for newly appointed Education Minister

SOCIETY
10/04/2021

Education experts, managerial officers and teachers all say that a challenging tenure faces the newly appointed Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Kim Son.

Why do Vietnamese PhDs want to write  research articles and not pursue applied research?icon

Why do Vietnamese PhDs want to write research articles and not pursue applied research?

FEATURE
09/04/2021

Professor Truong Nguyen Thanh says four challenges exist for the development of applied research in Vietnam.