September 8 will become an annual day for honouring the Vietnamese language under a decision signed by Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on the approval of a project to honour it among the Vietnamese community abroad in the 2023-2030 period.
As of February 22, nearly 3 million out of total 17 million learners from kindergarten to high schools have to return to online learning due to complicated evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Ministry of Education and Traing.
Luu Nguyen Nguyet Minh is working on sustainable solutions to help solve Mekong Delta’s problems.
After graduating from Wellesley College majoring in biochemistry, Trinh Mai Chi, with impressive research achievements, has won a full scholarship to study at Johns Hopkins, the world’s leading medical university.
Research results on innovative equipment systems for production of silage as animal feed by five Hanoi students has been included in the Vietnam Yellow Book of Innovation 2021.
Dinh Vu Tung Lam, who was diagnosed as being in the autism spectrum, is now confident in his abilities and is continuing to nurture his love for mathematics.
Parents and teachers were surprised at the math questions raised at ASMO (Asian Science and Mathematics Olympiad) 2021 which required second graders to conduct operations with decimals, fractions and fixed numbers.
The winner at the 2005 ‘Road to Olympia’ competition, Le Vu Hoang, believes Australia is a favorable environment for him to create products and then offer them to Vietnam.
Even students in second and third grades have obtained many medals from international mathematics competitions.
Betel leaf is popular in Vietnam, with many people regularly chewing betel and areca nuts, or as an indispensable part of betrothal gifts during an engagement or wedding ceremony.
As many as 229 outstanding students in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue received Vallet scholarships during a ceremony on October 29.
The northern port city of Hai Phong currently gives the best bonus policy for outstanding students, particularly students who win international prizes.
“The stories about my students who had an exam in the epicenter have given me more strength not to shrink back from difficulties in my life,” Le Khanh Tuan, a lecturer of the Saigon University, writes in the following essay:
Dong Ngoc Ha, a first year biological science student at the Hanoi University of Science (Vietnam National University), has been named among the Top 50 Finalists for the Global Student Prize 2021.
President Nguyen Xuan Phuc has sent a letter to educators and students ahead of the new academic year, which is expected to face significant challenges due to COVID-19.