Vietnam higher education
Fake diploma puts former leader of Dong Do University in jail
Many universities have added another admission method for candidates who are under special consideration for high school graduation this year.
Three Vietnamese universities have been listed in the Times Higher Education (THE)’s Asia University Rankings 2021.
Vietnam has introduced university performance metrics, or UPM, to rate national and regional establishments, as well as provide valuable evaluation information of the universities.
Universities have developed a variety of assistance programmes to help students access higher education, including loans, scholarships, housing and food aid.
The Vietnam National University-Hanoi (VNU) on August 18 launched a higher education comparative ranking system developed by Vietnam named “University Performance Metrics” (UPM).
Ton Duc Thang University in Ho Chi Minh City has become the first university in Vietnam entering Academic Ranking of World Universities’ top 1,000, reported the VN Government Portal.
American companies are inserting Vietnam into the global supply chain, while creating quality jobs and helping the country become more productive and efficient.
Uruguay and Viet Nam will boost co-operation and exchanges in culture, sport, tourism and education following agreements signed between Uruguayan and Vietnamese ministers.
More than 886,000 high school students nationwide have registered to attend the national high school graduation examination 2019, according to the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET).
The Ministry of Public Security and Ministry of Education and Training were asked to report on the cheating scandals in northern mountainous provinces of Hà Giang, Sơn La and Hoà Bình to the National Assembly next week.
Leaders from ministries of education in Southeast Asia and international educational experts have discussed the latest teacher professional standards in Southeast Asia.
Many Vietnamese universities lately have entered international and regional ranking lists, a positive signal that domestic universities are gradually meeting strict global demands in higher education and contributing to the community.
65% of children starting school this year will end up working in careers that do not yet exist: expert
Andrew Dalton, Director of Education of two international schools ISPKL and ISPH shared with VietnamNet readers his opinions about an education of good quality.