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Update news Vietnamese students

The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) has announced changes in the visa policy applied to international students planning to attend online courses for the 2020 autumn semester in the US.

VN Education Ministry to help Vietnamese students as US issues new visa rules

The Ministry of Education and Training has said that it will continue to work with relevant agencies to provide appropriate and timely support for Vietnamese students in the US as the US adjusts its visa regulations.


'Downright unfair': Vietnamese students slam new US visa policy

A new visa policy in the US has put thousands of Vietnamese students at risk of deportation and left their academic and professional dreams in tatters.

Vietnamese students win Google’s technology challenge

A group of students from Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) have become one of 10 winning teams at Google’s Developer Student Clubs Solution Challenge 2020.

American professor suspended after demanding Vietnamese student Anglicise her name

A university professor in the US has been placed on leave after he twice demanded a student of Vietnamese heritage 'Anglicise' her name as he said it “sounds like an insult in English".


Quang Ngai student wins scholarships to 21 universities overseas

A teenager in the central province of Quang Ngai has just been invited by 21 universities in the US, the UK, Canada and Singapore.

Vietnamese students change study-abroad plans because of Covid-19

Students planning to study abroad this year may have to postpone or delay the plans because of the epidemic. Large universities have also adjusted their enrollment schedules.

Vietnam ranks second in number of foreign students in Japan: JASSO

Vietnam has the second largest number of foreign students in Japan, according to the latest statistics from the Japan Student Services Organisation (JASSO).

Vietnamese students in Australia struggle amid pandemic

Vu Binh may return to Vietnam before getting his master's degree certificate from Australia’s Queensland University of Technology (QTU) as commencement has been indefinitely delayed.

Overseas Vietnamese students who choose to stay in pandemic-hit areas

Over the past few weeks, while a large number of overseas Vietnamese students have returned home amid COVID-19 concerns, others have decided to stay on in their host countries. 

Dreams of ‘shaking hands with the principal’ motivates 9x leader

Forbes Vietnam’s 2020 list of the 30 most outstanding faces under 30 includes Nguyen Van An born in 1992 from Bac Giang province.

Vietnamese students in South Korea on a knife-edge amid coronavirus epidemic

After being notified of a SARS-CoV-2 infected case at Ajou University Hospital in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, five minutes walk from her apartment, Phuong Duyen decided to rush back to Vietnam.

Vietnamese language course opens in Austria

A Vietnamese language course for young Vietnamese generations opened in Vienna, Austria on February 15.

Students create 'magic spoon' for the elderly

Drawing on their passion for technology and programming, two students from Vietnam National University have succeeded in creating a ‘Magic Spoon’ which can help people with tremors or Parkinson’s disease.

First American Studies programme launched at Vietnamese university

The Ho Chi Minh-based Hoa Sen University is set to launch an American Studies course this year, the first of its kind at a Vietnamese university.

Vietnamese students produce batteries from rice husks

Batteries made from rice husks created by a group of students from the HCM City University of Natural Sciences help minimize pollution, opening a new future for the manufacture of lithium-iron batteries.

An outstanding student with a passion for AI research

Hoang Trung Hieu, 23, is the only student selected as Outstanding Young Citizen with excellent achievements in AI research.

Vietnamese students cannot make breakthrough with technological products

Vietnamese students are good at theory, but not at practice. They have deep academic knowledge, but don’t have breakthrough ideas.

From a village school to an international science forum

As the first Vietnamese person in the ‘top 10 out of 200’ at HLF 2019, Ngo Khac Hoang felt happiness and pride. The event gave him the opportunity to meet experts in the mathematics and computing science community.

PISA results show Vietnamese students good at academics, bad at soft skills

The absence of Vietnam in this year’s PISA ranking shows that students are equipped with academic knowledge, but lack experience and life skills.