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High-quality investments insert Vietnam into global supply chains

American companies are inserting Vietnam into the global supply chain, while creating quality jobs and helping the country become more productive and efficient.

Elderly man awarded excellent bachelor degree

A 70-year-old man in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa has received an excellent bachelor degree in civil engineering technology.


Uruguay, Vietnam to boost co-operation in culture and education

Uruguay and Viet Nam will boost co-operation and exchanges in culture, sport, tourism and education following agreements signed between Uruguayan and Vietnamese ministers.


Three teachers arrested over exam cheating

The Ministry of Puplic Security on Wednesday launched legal proceedings against three teachers accused of involvement in an exam-cheating scandal in Hoa Binh Province, reported Phap Luat newspaper.


Over 886,000 students register for national high school exam 2019

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).


Cheating scandals in northern provinces to be reported at NA

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.


SE Asia educational experts talk latest teacher professional standards

Leaders from ministries of education in Southeast Asia and international educational experts have discussed the latest teacher professional standards in Southeast Asia.


Benefits outweigh drawbacks in university ranking participation

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.


Experts condemn school violence

 Cameras should be installed in all school classrooms to supervise and prevent violence in schools, Colonel Phạm Mạnh Thường, deputy director of the Criminal Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security, has proposed.

Useful Vietnamese platform for e-learning introduced

 The e-learning platform Tesse, developed by 26-year-old Nguyen Pham Tuan Anh and partners, is one of the first Vietnamese platforms to allow the creation of virtual classes to upgrade knowledge of the community.

Vietnamese, Cambodian universities cooperate in training, research

 Kien Giang University of the southern province of the same name signed a memorandum of understanding on April 8 on training and research cooperation with Cambodia’s Royal University of Phnom Penh and Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear.

Universities talk technology, expertise transfer

 The Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) held a seminar entitled “Technological and knowledge transfer ecological system: opportunities and challenges” on April 8. 

Winners of English Champion 2019 named

 The final round of English Champion 2019 competition co-organized by IvyPrep Education and iSMART Education was held on April 7, naming five champions who are students from grades four to eight.

Textbook prices go up in academic year 2019-2020

 The Vietnam Education Publishing House has just announced a hike in textbook price in the academic year 2019-2020 which was approved by the Ministry of Finance.

HCM City-based university listed in University Impact Rankings 2019

 Ton Duc Thang University in Ho Chi Minh City has become the only Vietnamese educational institution named in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings 2019.

Prime Minister requests strict punishment for school violence

 At an annual governmental session yesterday, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested a strict punishment for school violence following some cases in the country.

Teacher sacked for forcing pupil to eat jelly

 A teacher in Hung Yen Province has been sacked after punishing a 6th grader by demanding he eat 20 bags of jelly as a punishment.

Hanoi math contest wraps up

 The 16th Hanoi Open Mathematics Competition (HOMC) concluded on April 5 with an award presenting ceremony held in the capital city. 

Korean university grants scholarships to Vietnamese students

 The Incheon National University (INU) of the Republic of Korea (RoK) and the Vietnamese Embassy signed a deal on scholarships for Vietnamese students on April 3.