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Sixth grader Le Nguyen Hoang Nhat Dinh has had a love of numbers since he was little and is now far above his age when it comes to mathematics.

Practice makes perfect

Tran Nhat Minh, a 12th-grader of Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted, spends hours browsing the internet daily, searching for maths tests to do.

Special 'family' lives in University of Science and Technology’s dorm

The dormitory has two special students: Tat Minh, who was carried to school by a friend for 10 years, and Duc Quan, who suffers from Osteogenesis Imperfecta, and was carried to school by his parents over the last 12 years.

Disabled girl becomes first university student from ethnic village

A disabled girl from the Central Highland province of Kon Tum has made her dream of going to university become a reality.

Helpful boy passes tough competition to medical university

A medical university has offered free training to a student in Thanh Hoa Province after his moving story of helping a disabled friend at school was shared.

UPM to foster local and regional higher education upgrades

Vietnam has introduced university performance metrics, or UPM, to rate national and regional establishments, as well as provide valuable evaluation information of the universities. 

Thousands of people queue up overnight to apply for university

After hearing that Thang Long University would enroll more students, prioritizing students who applied early, parents and students hurried to catch buses to Hanoi at night to line up for application the next morning.

HCM City university to pay monthly living expense for PhD students

The International University-Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City has decided to pay doctoral students VND10 million (US$430) for monthly living expenses and waive tuition fees of up to 100 per cent in the 2020-21 academic year.

University admission scores increase sharply

University admission scores this year increased compared to 2019, with information technology, computer science, international economics and marketing attracting a large number of candidates.

Vietnamese students to compete at Microsoft Office World Champs

Three Vietnamese students are to represent the country at the final round of the Microsoft Office World Championship (MOSWC), an event which is scheduled to take place in 2021 in the United States.

Vietnam comes 17th at International Mathematical Olympiad 2020

All six members of the Vietnamese team participating in the virtual 61st International Mathematical Olympiad 2020 brought home medals and certificate of merit, including two golds, finishing 17th out of 105 participating countries and territories.

Careful supervision needed to manage smartphone use in class

People up and down the country have endlessly discussed whether students should be allowed to use smartphones in class.

Vietnam wins gold at International Olympiad in Informatics

All four Vietnamese students competing at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) successfully brought home prizes, including a gold, during its online format which ran from Sept. 13 - 23.

Hanoi students win special prize at international invention contest

Two eleventh graders of the Hanoi – Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, have won the special prize of the fifth International Invention Innovation Competition in Canada (ICAN)  for their product Intelligent Rubbish Can At School (IRAS).

Teachers oppose use of smartphones during lessons

Many teachers have expressed their disagreement with the new regulation on allowing students to use phones during lessons, saying that it would be difficult to control students.

School accidents: a burning issue

To minimize the number of school accidents, there must be a reasonable framework with strict and clear discipline, and if necessary, cases must be brought to court for criminal proceedings, experts say.

Vietnamese students are to enjoy full health insurance

Tran Dinh Lieu, Deputy General Director of Vietnam Social Security talks to the media revealing that almost 100 per cent of pupils and students have coverage under the National Health Insurance Fund.

Vietnamese students in Japan launches online school fair

The Vietnamese Youths and Students' Association (VYSA) in Japan on September 5 arranged the VYSA School Fair 2020 on a virtual platform.

Nearly 23 million Vietnamese students begin new school-year

Nearly 23 million students nationwide celebrated the official start of the 2020-2021 school-year on September 5 morning.

Highest scorer in A1-exam group dreams of becoming a policeman

With the score of 29.4/30, Nham Minh Duc from Quang Ninh placed first in the A1-exam group at the high school finals.