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VietNamNet Bridge – British University Vietnam (BUV) has conducted the groundbreaking ceremony on its new campus in Ecopark Township in Hung Yen Province.
Local youngster to attend UN summit in New York
VietNamNet Bridge – Phan Tram Anh, 21, will represent Viet Nam at a United Nations Alliance of Civilisation and Education First Summer School programme in New York from June 13 to 20.
German Festival draws crowds in Hanoi
VietNamNet Bridge – The fourth annual German Festival in the capital city on Saturday attracted thousands of people.
Who decides the dos and don'ts of Facebook use?
VietNamNet Bridge – In recent years, a number of parents and teachers have expressed worries over how some Vietnamese students were using Facebook.
Circular guides FDI in education sector
VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) issued Circular No. 34/2014/TT-BGDDT (October 15, 2014) guiding foreign investment and co-operation in education. The circular provides guidance
International schools inaccessible to average Vietnamese students
Several international and private schools in Hanoi charge very high tuition fees, sometimes reaching the hundreds of millions of VND per year.
Vietnamese students win medals at IT contest in US
VietNamNet Bridge – Two Vietnamese students won bronze medals at the Microsoft Office Specialist Word Championship 2014 (MOSWC) which was held in California, the US, from July 27-30.
Vietnam's resounding victory at int’l maths & chemistry competitions
Vietnamese students won three gold, four silver and eight bronze medals at the international mathematics competition (IMC) held in Dejoun, the Republic of Korea from July 21-26.
Vietnam wins big at 2014 Int’l Physics Olympiad
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese students have bagged three gold and two silver medals at the 45th International Physics Olympiad taking place in Astana, Kazakhstan from July 13-21, placing overall among the top ten.
Vietnamese students honoured at Russian Olympiad awards
VietNamNet Bridge – Five Vietnamese students walked away with honours at the 13th Russian Olympiad which was wrapped up in Moscow on June 11.
Vietnamese students struggle in Japan
VietNamNet Bridge – Many Vietnamese students have been struggling with a difficult student life in Japan, as they are abandoned by their overseas study consultancy companies.
Vietnam wins two awards at scientific creation contest in US
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese students won two fourth awards at the 2014 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) held in the US from May 11-16, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
Vietnamese students win one gold, four silver at Asian Physics Olympiad
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese students won one gold, four silver, two bronze medals at the 15th Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO), was held at Singapore from May 11- 15, according to Ministry of Education and Training.
Hard lives overseas disillusion Vietnamese students
VietNamNet Bridge – Studying at foreign universities proves to be the dream of all Vietnamese high school graduates. However, in many cases, the study is not as wonderful as dreamed.
Vietnamese students rank 5th worldwide in extra learning time
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese students rank fifth in the world in spending time at extra classes, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.
Olympiad underlines Vietnam’s stature: educator
VietNamNet Bridge – Rector of the Hanoi University of Science Nguyen Van Noi talks about the preparations for the 46th International Chemistry Olympiad, which will be organised in Vietnam this July.
Vietnamese students battle wits in virtual stock competition
VietNamNet Bridge – The third edition of the only virtual stock investment competition for Vietnamese students in the UK – the Student Investment Challenge (SIC) – declared a winner on February 15.
Vietnamese students shine at int’l invention exhibition
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese students won a gold, three silvers and a bronze at the International Youth Invention Exhibition (IYIE) 2014 that took place in Taiwan (China) from January 21-22.
Vietnamese students good at learning, bad at work
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese students win high prizes at all the international competitions and surveys conducted by international organizations. But Vietnam is among the countries with the lowest labor productivity index in the world.
Vietnamese students go abroad to study civil nuclear power
VietNamNet Bridge – Hundreds of Vietnamese students will be sent abroad for training in nuclear power courses as a preparation for the operation of Ninh Thuan Nuclear Power Plants 1 & 2, set to be operational by 2020.