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63-year-old woman enrolls in university to pursue study path

An elderly woman in District 8 in Ho Chi Minh City decided to continue her study at a Van Hien University in her sixties.


Universities must meet enrolment standards

Deputy Minister of Education and Training Le Hai An talks to Thanh Niên (Young People) newspaper about inspecting universities’ quality and handing down punishment to those that fail to meet standards.

Foreign languages key for development of education

Foreign-language instruction could greatly improve the quality of the educational system, but language-proficiency outcomes in recent years have been disappointing, Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha has said.

Fake book sellers must turn over a new leaf

Counterfeit books are causing publishers a major headache.

And despite authorities cracking down on illegal sellers, fake books are still on sale.

Families shop for back-to-school supplies

With only two weeks before the new school year, students and their parents are rushing to purchase new clothes and supplies.

2019 IMO President lauds Vietnam’s math training model

President of the 2019 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) Board Geoff Smith spoke highly of Vietnam’s math teaching and learning standards at the award ceremony at the University of Bath in the UK on July 21.


Vietnam win two golds, four silvers at Int’l Mathematics Olympiad

All six Vietnamese high school students competing in the 2019 International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) brought home medals, with two golds and four silvers.

Vietnam wins high prizes at international maths contest

All 30 Vietnamese students won prizes at the 2019 World Mathematics Invitational (WMI) held in Japan recently.

High school graduate rate falls: Education Ministry

More than 94 per cent of students sitting the national high school examination in late June of this academic year are eligible for graduation.

HCM City sees increase of more than 75,000 students for upcoming academic year

The number of students from kindergarten to high school levels in HCM City will increase by more than 75,400 in the 2019-20 academic year, according to the city’s Department of Education and Training.

National High School Examination results released

Among nine subjects in the National High School Examination this year, History remained the subject with lowest average score despite all subjects seeing increased averages from last year's exam,

Six Vietnamese students to compete in Int’l Mathematical Olympiad

Six outstanding students of Vietnam will take part in the 60th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) 2019 in Bath city, the United Kingdom, according the Ministry of Education and Training.


Vietnam wins three golds at 50th International Physics Olympiad

All five members of the Vietnamese team participating in the 50th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) which concluded in Tel Aviv, Israel, on July 14, won medals, including three gold medals and two silvers.


Student enrollment rise pressures HCM City schools

HCM City has seen a sharp rise in the number of students, putting more pressure on many local schools which lack facilities.

Preschools in HCM City's industrial parks need more support

Preschool education in export processing zones and industrial parks in HCM City must receive more support to meet workers' childcare needs, education officials said.


Exam scammers could face years in jail

Eight former educators and police officers implicated in the 2018 national high school examination scam in the northern upland province of Son La could face jail terms of one to 10 years.


From rural school student to Amazon staff

In rural areas, studying abroad proves to be a wild thought. But Do Lien Quang, the author of ‘Truong lang van ra the gioi’ (student at rural school still can go to the world) turned his mad dream into reality.

UNESCO forum on education for sustainable development held in Hanoi

The UNESCO Forum on Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship Education opened in Hanoi on July 2, gathering over 350 leaders, policymakers, experts and educators from more than 100 countries.


Feeling the heat with high school exams

“Can you believe it, our Thăng Long (Ascending Dragon) has become Hạ Long (Descending Dragon)!” exclaimed one graduate of the school, one of the top public schools in Hanoi.

Education funding reaches fever pitch

The past year was a very exciting period for the educational investment market, showcased not only through direct capital but also via mergers and acquisitions deals carried out by financiers.