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Education quality accreditation should operate independentlyicon
SOCIETY17/08/20190

Education quality accreditation should operate independently

PhD Pham Xuan Thanh, former deputy director of the Department of Testing and Quality Assessment, under the Ministry of Education and Training, talks on the need to let the education quality agency work independently.

 
Vietnam wins big at international astronomy competitionicon

Vietnam wins big at international astronomy competition

SOCIETY
14/08/2019

Vietnam finished fifth at the 13th International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in Hungary, the Vietnam News Agency has reported.

More and more schools in HCM City have green spaceicon

More and more schools in HCM City have green space

SOCIETY
14/08/2019

Kids at the private Sao Viet Kindergarten in HCM City’s Hoc Mon District are happy to put vegetable seeds in styrofoam boxes and water them in the garden.

Vietnamese student wins big at International Physics Olympiadicon

Vietnamese student wins big at International Physics Olympiad

FEATURE
11/08/2019

Proactive, humorous and intelligent from a young age – that is how friends, family and teachers describe Nguyen Khanh Linh, a former student of physics at Lam Son High School for the Gifted in the central province of Thanh Hoa.

Big difference between universities in term of quality revealedicon

Big difference between universities in term of quality revealed

SOCIETY
11/08/2019

As most of universities across the country announce their enrolment results, it is easy to recognise gaps in quality.

Summer days of children in countrysideicon

Summer days of children in countryside

PHOTOS
09/08/2019

Instead of choosing gifted classes or swimming courses and travelling with their families in summer holidays, lots of poor children in the countryside help their parents do housework or do parttime jobs to earn money.

Revised law on tertiary education confuses universitiesicon

Revised law on tertiary education confuses universities

SOCIETY
08/08/2019

The Revised Law on Tertiary Education (aka Law No.34), came into effect on July 1, 2019. However, until now, there is no guiding decree to materialize the law. Being

HCM City innovation hub requires universities to train human resourcesicon

HCM City innovation hub requires universities to train human resources

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENNT
31/07/2019

HCM City’s plans to set up an innovation hub and become a smart city mean opportunities for universities to train human resources and related challenges.

Vietnam in fifth place at 51st Int’l Chemistry Olympiadicon

Vietnam in fifth place at 51st Int’l Chemistry Olympiad

SOCIETY
30/07/2019

Vietnam won two gold and two silver medals at the recent 51st International Chemistry Olympiad, ranking fifth among participating nations and territories, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.

Education ministry encourages greener year-start ceremoniesicon

Education ministry encourages greener year-start ceremonies

SOCIETY
30/07/2019

The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has encouraged schools not to release balloons on their new academic year events.

Conference highlights industry 4.0’s key role in English teachingicon

Conference highlights industry 4.0’s key role in English teaching

SOCIETY
29/07/2019

Globalisation is driving multinationals across the world to review and innovate their production methods based on industry 4.0, experts said.

Vietnamese students win gold medals at World Invention Creativity Olympicicon

Vietnamese students win gold medals at World Invention Creativity Olympic

SOCIETY
29/07/2019

Two inventions of Vietnamese students won gold medals from the World Invention Creativity Olympic taking place in South Korea from July 25 to 27.

VN students to compete in Samsung Collegiate Programming Cup finalicon

VN students to compete in Samsung Collegiate Programming Cup final

SOCIETY
29/07/2019

Samsung Viet Nam Mobile R&D Centre (SVMC) on Friday held the Samsung Collegiate Programming Cup 2019 (SCPC 2019) and announced the 10 best contestants to represent Vietnam in the final round, 

Hanoi student calls for balloon ban for new academic year eventsicon

Hanoi student calls for balloon ban for new academic year events

SOCIETY
29/07/2019

A sixth grader of a secondary school in Hanoi has sent her email to more than 40 local schools to call for the end of balloon releases at opening ceremonies of the new school year.

Ministry gathers opinions on foreign language learning planicon

Ministry gathers opinions on foreign language learning plan

SOCIETY
28/07/2019

The Ministry of Home Affairs has proposed a national foreign languages training programme for civil servants.

Children’s book industry needs more attentionicon

Children’s book industry needs more attention

FEATURE
27/07/2019

While there are multiple books for children to choose from, only a few of them are written by young, local authors.

63-year-old woman enrolls in university to pursue study pathicon

63-year-old woman enrolls in university to pursue study path

SOCIETY
26/07/2019

An elderly woman in District 8 in Ho Chi Minh City decided to continue her study at a Van Hien University in her sixties.

Universities must meet enrolment standardsicon

Universities must meet enrolment standards

SOCIETY
26/07/2019

Deputy Minister of Education and Training Le Hai An talks to Thanh Niên (Young People) newspaper about inspecting universities’ quality and handing down punishment to those that fail to meet standards.