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Ho Chi Minh City wants 50 percent of high school graduates attaining certifiable international standard proficiency in foreign languages by 2020, according to the city Department of Education.
With the new school year set to start on September 5 most schools around the country are fully prepared to welcome students though a few others are worried about a shortage of classrooms.
While most students nationwide are eagerly preparing for the new academic year, which will officially start next month, many children in flood-stricken areas will struggle to return to school.
PhD Pham Xuan Thanh, former deputy director of the Department of Testing and Quality Assessment, under the Ministry of Education and Training, talks on the need to let the education quality agency work independently.
With just a few weeks to go for the start of the new school year, there is a worrying shortage of pre-school teachers in many localities nationwide.
The British Council in Vietnam has awarded the British Council IELTS Prize for 2018/2019 to three outstanding IELTS students, valued at $7,755, $6,465 and $5,170 for first, second and third prizes, respectively.
Vietnam finished fifth at the 13th International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in Hungary, the Vietnam News Agency has reported.
Kids at the private Sao Viet Kindergarten in HCM City’s Hoc Mon District are happy to put vegetable seeds in styrofoam boxes and water them in the garden.
Proactive, humorous and intelligent from a young age – that is how friends, family and teachers describe Nguyen Khanh Linh, a former student of physics at Lam Son High School for the Gifted in the central province of Thanh Hoa.
As most of universities across the country announce their enrolment results, it is easy to recognise gaps in quality.
Vietnam won two champion cups, four gold and five silver medals at the recent 2019 International Mathematics Competition (IMC) in South Africa, entering top 5 of the competition.
Between July 2018 and February 2019, criminal investigations were launched against 12 officials in Ha Giang, Son La and Hoa Binh provinces for falsifying exam results.
The Revised Law on Tertiary Education (aka Law No.34), came into effect on July 1, 2019. However, until now, there is no guiding decree to materialize the law. Being
The HCM City-based Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management has received accreditation from NASPAA, becoming the first accredited public policy school in Southeast Asia.
HCM City’s plans to set up an innovation hub and become a smart city mean opportunities for universities to train human resources and related challenges.
Vietnam won two gold and two silver medals at the recent 51st International Chemistry Olympiad, ranking fifth among participating nations and territories, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has encouraged schools not to release balloons on their new academic year events.
Globalisation is driving multinationals across the world to review and innovate their production methods based on industry 4.0, experts said.