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Da Nang launches first agro-science garden for kids

The Selfwing Viet Nam Company has opened an outdoor physical education and agricultural science skills space for kids in Cam Le District.

Vietnamese student on the starting line of start-up race

Tran Khanh Trang closes the lid of her laptop after a long discussion with her human resources team, ending just another ordinary day in her life.

Vietnam remains on radars of foreign education investors

Mr. Benjamin Yap, Senior Partner at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing Vietnam, talks about the prospects for FDI attraction in Vietnam's education sector.

HCM City begins to make schools ‘smart’

Deputy director of HCM City Department of Education and Training, Le Hoai Nam, speaks about a 'smart' model based on IT use in management and communication with students’ families.


Vietnamese university named in top 500 of QS Graduate Employability Rankings

The Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City has been named among the top 301 to 500 universities of QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020, becoming the only university of Vietnam selected for this.


Vietnam gears toward education for all

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vu Thi Tu Anh, deputy director-general of the Continuing Education Department under the Ministry of Education and Training, talks about the need to have all universities involved in the national campaign of education for all.

Phu Yen residents donate land to build schools

Two households in Phu Yen Province have donated over 22,000 square metres of land for building public schools.


Quang Ngai teachers struggle to get mountainous children to go to school

Teachers in a mountainous district of Quang Ngai Province have to walk dangerous roads to local families to encourage children to return to schools.

Students develop self-study app for Raglai language

To preserve the Raglai ethnic minority language, two students at the Pinăng Tắc Ethnic Minority Boarding High School in Ninh Thuan Province have developed a mobile phone app for self-study.

Private preschool closed after a baby was left in a vehicle for seven hours

A private pre-school in Bac Ninh Province has been closed this morning after a three-year-old boy was left inside a vehicle for more than seven hours.

More officials charged for exam scandal

The Ministry of Public Security (MoPS) on Saturday arrested a former official of Hoa Binh Province Police for taking advantage of his position and rights while on duty.

Ensuring a fair playing field in academia

Professor Nguyen Phuong Nga, Director of the Centre for Education Accreditation, talks to VietTimes online newspaper on the need to have effective measures to ensure fairness for all students sitting examinations.

Teachers’ salaries to be based on qualifications

Hoang Duc Minh, director of the Teachers and Educational Managers Department under the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET), talks to Vietnamnet e-newspaper about staff for the new school year and their salary policy.

Vietnamese universities listed in THE World University Ranking

Two Vietnamese universities have been selected for the first time in Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.


Mountainous pupils struggling difficulties

Pupils in mountainous areas of Vietnam have started their new school-year opening ceremony despite numerous challenges.

Ministry postpones punishment

The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) on Monday postponed its decisions to punish workers over the national high school graduation exam scandal last year.

Vietnam wins big at 4th International Olympiad of Metropolises

Vietnamese students participating for the first time in the 4th International Olympiad of Metropolises held in Moscow, Russia from August 29 to September 6 brought home three gold, three silver and two bronze medals.


Student has the right mix to conquer Int'l Chemistry Olympiad

Passion, hard work and talent proved to be the perfect mix for Tran Ba Tan, who has studied chemistry since the eighth grade, to secure top marks at the 51st International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) in Paris.

Over 24 million Vietnamese students enter new academic year

More than 24 million students across the country began the 2019-2020 academic year following brief and solemn ceremonies without balloons today, September 5.


Young people in Vietnam not interested in agricultural studies

The agriculture, forestry and fishery sector lacks high-qualified human resources but few young people want to work in the sector despite the abundant job opportunities.