Giving birth to a child with soft body and hands folded down, San never gave up hope. Seventeen years later, the boy has seen success.
Nguyen Quang Tung spent one gap year taking a trans-Vietnam trip, but his aim was not just to travel.
Education New Zealand (ENZ) and New Zealand Consulate-General on January 26 presented the Global Competence Certificate (GCC) to 25 Vietnamese students from the IGC Group’s schools.
Vietnamese students won 20 medals at the 2021 International Mathematics and Science Olympiad (IMSO).
Eight Vietnamese students won gold medals at the international Olympiads in 2020.
Do Thanh Lam from Ba Ria – Vung Tau tried to apply for work at the world's leading tech firms, even though her English was not very good and she had studied only in Vietnam.
As an excellent student at the Tran Phu High School for the Gifted in the northenr port city of Hai Phong, Hanh An thought she would study at an architecture or technology school. But she unexpectedly ‘drifted’ to Canada and then to the US.
All eight Vietnamese students from Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted have claimed medals, including five golds, one silver, and two bronzes, at the fifth International Olympiad of Metropolises (IOM).
At the age of 32, Dr Huynh The Thien is the author of 58 internationally published scientific articles and the leader of a South Korean state-level research project.
Twenty Vietnamese students living in a college dormitory in a central South Korean city have been diagnosed with COVID-19, local officials said Wednesday, reporting a rare coronavirus cluster of foreign nationals here.
All five students of the Vietnamese team participating in the International distributed Physics Olympiad (IdPhO) 2020 have won medals, with four silver and one bronze.
Ngo Minh Hieu, the student who carried his friend on his back to school for 10 years, is now a student at Thai Binh Medical University. He is one of 14 people nominated by VietNamNet as Inspiring Characters.
When reading the news about a 10th grader in An Giang province who tried to commit suicide, Anh Hong in Hanoi shivered with fear.
Young woman who felt 'different' wins scholarship, travels the world, and returns to Vietnam to work
At Macalester College in the US, a university-level school with 2,000 students from 100 countries, all students have to answer the question ‘Who am I?’. This question led a Vietnamese female student to 'find herself' again.
Of six countries assessed in 2019, namely Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar and the Philippines, Vietnamese primary school students led in all three competencies surveyed – reading comprehension, writing, and mathematics.
Vietnam ranks first among Southeast Asian countries in terms of primary school student learning outcomes under the Southeast Asia Primary Learning Metrics (SEA-PLM) programme.
HCMUS.Twice, a student team from the University of Natural Science under the Vietnam National University, HCM City (VNU-HCM), triumphed the final round of the 2020 ASEAN Student Contest on Information Security on November 28.