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Vocational schools, colleges expect 80 percent of graduates to find jobs

More than 80 percent of graduates at most colleges and vocational training schools in HCM City this year have found jobs, according to the city’s Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.

More Can Tho City residents working abroad

The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho continues to see an increasing number of residents working abroad thanks to local employment and job assistance programmes.

More than 886,000 to take high school exams

More than 886,000 candidates will sit the upcoming national high school examinations from June 25 to 27, according to a Ministry of Education and Training release.

VN to add 150,000 jobs in 1st quarter

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s economy was expected to add more than 150,000 new jobs in the first quarter of 2018, continuing last year’s positive streak of job generation.

Vocational learning: pathway to success

Nguyen Van Thiet had dreamed of winning the ASEAN Skills Competition, but when his parents insisted that he apply for university, his hopes were dashed.

HCM City urges education investment

HCM City’s Department of Education and Training is seeking help from overseas Vietnamese educators who can set up training models that meet international standards and provide capital to build schools and buy teaching aids.

Phuoc Kieu casters preserve ancient craft

 VietNamNet Bridge – Situated on the road side of the old National Highway 1, the craft village of Phuoc Kieu in Quang Nam Province still preserves the 500-year-old bronze cast trade and lives well from their ancestor’s industry.

Vocational education is being revised

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Hong Minh, Director General of the Department of Vocational Training, spoke to the newspaper Tin tuc (News) about some key changes in the Law on Vocational Education and Training.

New curricula for vocational training schools

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vocational training schools are revamping their curricula and offering new training majors in an attempt to stem the decline in the number of students applying to the schools. 

High-quality vocational training schools failing to attract students

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many vocational training schools equipped with modern machinery and study tools worth billions of dong are facing student shortages due to low rates of enrolment

New law to reform vocational training

 VietNamNet Bridge – The new Law on Occupational Education that took effect early this month can reduce the gap between workers' skills and employers' needs,

Social work offers graduates little incentive

 VietNamNet Bridge – Job instability and lower incomes compared with other sectors keep young people out of social work even when they graduate in the subject,

TPP success depends on respect for commitments

VietNamNet Bridge – The latest round of Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement negotiations are underway, running from September 1-10 in Hanoi, and negotiators expect major breakthroughs,

Students avoid job training schools

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many vocational training schools are failing to attract enough new students, despite promotional campaigns.

Schools break rules on enrolling skills training graduates

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training has told a college and university in HCM City to cease enrolling graduates from vocational training schools without permission from the ministry's or city People's Committee.