The absence of Vietnam in this year’s PISA ranking shows that students are equipped with academic knowledge, but lack experience and life skills.
The Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training is working closely with the Vietnamese Embassy in South Korea to handle the situation.
Continuing her official visit to Russia, National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on December 9 met with President of the Republic of Tartastan, Russia, Rustam Minnikhanov.
Vietnamese students brought home two gold and one silver medals and two special prizes at the International Invention Show (INOVA) 2019, which recently took place in Croatia, announced the Hanoi Department of Education and Training.
From December 1, 2019, university and college students are eligible to ask for a loan of VND2,5 million (US$107) monthly for living expenses.
The Australian Government has just offered 50 scholarships to 36 female and 14 male emerging leaders from Vietnam to study masters programs at Australia’s educational institutions in 2020.
Student numbers continue to increase, according to "Open Doors" report from Institute of International Education(IIE).
Nano Res project won the first prize of SV Startup 2019, a competition for students with entrepreneurial ideas.
In 2018, Vietnamese student Tommy Nguyen decided to study abroad in a prestigious school in the UK.
Vietnamese students participating in the International Science Competition 2019 (ISC) in Bogor, Indonesia, have enjoyed success in the event, with all of the delegation’s members bringing home prizes.
Japan’s MOS Food Services Inc. on October 15 announced that it will train 350 Vietnamese students over four years so that they can work at its MOS Burger stores across the country.
Vietnamese students claimed two gold and one silver medals at the International Young Investors Awards (IYIA) 2019 held in Indonesia from October 9 to 12.
Pyatigorsk State University (PGU) of Russia has been presented with a Friendship Order by the Vietnamese State for its contributions to training generations of Vietnamese students since 1968.
More than 24 million students across the country began the 2019-2020 academic year following brief and solemn ceremonies without balloons today, September 5.
The agriculture, forestry and fishery sector lacks high-qualified human resources but few young people want to work in the sector despite the abundant job opportunities.
A pair of Vietnamese students beat off competition from a number of other entrants in the Rhythm duo category as part of Drum Off Global 2019 which recently came to a close in Singapore.
The British Council in Vietnam has awarded the British Council IELTS Prize for 2018/2019 to three outstanding IELTS students, valued at $7,755, $6,465 and $5,170 for first, second and third prizes, respectively.
Vietnam won two gold medals, one silver and one bronze at the 2019 International Informatics Olympiad (IOI 2019), which took place in Baku, Azerbaijan from August 4-8, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.